Please join us as Lynn Lyons, LICSW, presents, "Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents: Strategies to Interrupt the Worry Cycle."
This December vacation week, the Wakefield Police Department is offering a child safety camp for kids ages 8-12. The national radKIDS curriculum is a fun, activity-based program including lectures, safety drills, physical skills, and dynamic simulation.
Face painting, refreshments, raffles, and more! Keep the giving spirit of the late Officer Albie Sarafian alive at this great children's event. Albie was a member of the Greenwood School family, a police officer in the town, and an organizer of the WPD's Toys for Tots fundraiser. Please bring one donated gift for each child attending.
The Holiday Shop at the Americal Civic Center provides a confidential place for Wakefield families with limited financial means to obtain gifts for their children for the holidays. Unwrapped items may be brought to the Nurse Doherty's office by Friday, December 2, or dropped off on Sunday, December 3 from 2-5 p.m. at the Civic Center.
This 5k encourages participants of all ages and benefits WEF.
On Saturday, October 14 from 6-8 p.m. the Galvin Auditorium will be screening "The S Word" and hosting a panel discussion. This film puts a human face on suicide by delving into the hearts and minds of suicide attempt survivors and the families and loved one who are left behind after a suicide death.This is a FREE event to our community, but attendees do need to register.
This panel comprised of an Advocate, an Attorney, a Neuropsychologist and the Wakefield Special Education Director is a great opportunity to learn about each of their roles and their views on special education. A virtual look at special education and resources through their lenses.
The Wakefield Human Rights Commission, in partnership with the Wakefield Public Schools, is hosting a Unity celebration on Monday, January 16, 2017 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his work promoting civil and human rights for all. The program will consist of...