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Dr. Holland is a practicing psychiatrist, drug expert, and mother of two. She’ll discuss the complex decision-making process she goes through with her patients who are on psychiatric medications and planning a pregnancy, as well as how she advises her patients on their cannabis use in relationship to pregnancy, nursing, and parenting. A non-judgmental, harm […]

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Having a baby can be hard; no really, it can be a real problem for many couples out there. Infertility effects 1 out 8 women in our nation today, and the journey, although different for everyone, can be a very lonely one. Often it is difficult to discuss anything with people who haven’t been there. […]

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Join us for another non-judgmental, information-based talk on vaccines, with an emphasis on the HPV vaccination. Both pro-vaccine and anti-vaccine positions will be discussed and respected, without a lot of bias from facilitator, Jennifer Lown, MSN, FNP-BC, AE-C. Both state requirements and alternative schedules will be discussed so that parents can walk away with evidence-based […]

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Being a teen in 2020 is not easy. Handling challenges like social media, peer relationships, academic demands, family issues, etc., can often lead teens to feel isolated, alone, and STRESSED OUT! Come join me every other Friday as we build a community where all can share, learn, and express themselves in a positive, non-judgmental space. […]

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If you’d like to know more about the stages of labor physically & emotionally, positive ways to prepare your body for birth, pain coping techniques, risks & benefits of medications, ways that a partner can be involved, cesarean births, breastfeeding and life after your baby is born – please join us! We will have a […]

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Our sensory play class for children ages 2-5 will stimulate your child’s sense of sight, sound, touch, vestibular, and proprioception while encouraging creativity and exploration of a multitude of elements, all while we encourage and satisfy one’s curiosity and language development.  Mondays 11:30am-12:15pm

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Have your naturally curious and budding scientist, explorer, naturalist, or chemist come explore the world of science through activities that ignite and entice through exploration, observation, and  investigation. Here is the place to make a mess and have fun with erupting apple volcanoes, see if magnets work in water, test if block float, and so […]

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This class, co-taught by Sandy Trimarchi and Jeni Howe, will explore the stages and phases of labor, physiology and hormones of labor, when to go to the hospital or birth center or call your midwife, comfort measures and positions conducive to labor, informed decision making, potential restrictions and interventions, and various pain management techniques. We will […]

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When you discover your greatest strengths, you learn to use them to handle stress and life challenges, become happier, and develop relationships with those who matter most to you. What are your strengths? Come learn more about what strengths you bring to the world. This is a drop-in feedback session for anyone. You will take […]

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A class that teaches simple, safe techniques for exchanging bodywork during pregnancy. Each session is tailored to the needs and abilities of the individual participants. Taught by a long-time bodyworker who has also provided midwifery care at home and hospital births. Friday 1/10/20 7:00-8:30pm

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Bring your little one, as early as newborn until about 10 months old, to have fun starting to socialialize, work on brain development, and, most importantly, enjoy building their muscles to help lift their heads up and begin the process to crawling.  This is a great – and FREE – way to interact with other […]

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Join us for rockin’ the beats where your child will be moving and grooving to global sounds. This class will allow your child to explore and imitate rhythm, rhyme, and patterns,  and all the creative ways their bodies can move. For all age babies & tots Thursdays 10:00-10:45am

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Babies between the ages of 4-12 months are the “tweens” of the baby domain: no longer newborns and not quite tots! There aren’t many programs for this age, when parents actually are most eager to socialize, give their babies the chance to play with others, and talk about topics such as sleep, motor development, teething, […]

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