‘Positively Parenting’ at PrimroseAre you a parent? Thinking of becoming a parent? Are you involved with children? If you’re any of these things, you should consider attending “Positively Parenting” on March 21 at Primrose School of Woodbury.
By: Special to the Bulletin, Woodbury Bulletin
Are you a parent? Thinking of becoming a parent? Are you involved with children?
If you’re any of these things, you should consider attending “Positively Parenting” on Saturday, March 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Primrose School of Woodbury.
This open house and lecture series is designed to teach how adults can more positively parent children through nutrition, positive redirection, diet and exercise.
Four local experts will lead open parent discussions designed to teach and enlighten moms and dads, grandparents and caregivers of young children.
This event is free and open to the public. Space is limited, so reservations for seating are recommended.
To reserve seating, call the school at (651) 731-5333.
Guest speakers include:
• Sharon Blossom, the founder of Illuminate Center in Lake Elmo. Illuminate’s team specializes in ADHD and co-existing conditions. Blossom will provide positive parenting tips, guidelines, and suggestions for parenting in difficult and often times stressful circumstances.
• Slater Crosby is the owner of The Little Gym in Woodbury. Crosby will address the importance of a child’s participation in a non-competitive environment where children are encouraged to develop motor skills while having fun, and simultaneously fostering enhanced emotional, intellectual and social skills. The Little Gym uses comprehensive programs that include movement, music, gymnastics, sports, exercise and games to develop strength, listening skills, cooperation and boost self-esteem.
• Laura K. Andreson, D.O., is a practicing physician with Adefris & Toppin Women’s Specialists in Woodbury. Andreson’s practice covers a wide variety of women's health issues. Among these are well women's care, prenatal care, high risk obstetrics, routine gynecology and exploration of menopausal complaints. She will address women’s health and the importance of mom’s health in Positive Parenting .
• Michelle Hill from Gluten Free 4 You will discuss positive nutrition for children and families. How food plays an important role in a child’s success, behavior, self-image and life. Hill is the baker/chef at Gluten Free 4 U in Woodbury, and currently writing a cookbook of allergen-free food.
To learn more about this event or Primrose School of Woodbury, call the school at (651) 731-5333 or visit www.primrosewoodbury.com.