Entertainment briefs - Jan. 4 edition
Love and Logic Parenting Program begins Feb. 4
Although kids can bring much joy, laughter and fulfillment into our lives, they can also be confusing, bewildering and downright frustrating at times. This often cause parents to wish their kids had been born with an instruction manual dangling from their necks! Love and Logic is fun to learn and easy to use and you don't have to be a therapist for it to work. Anyone can begin using love and logic almost immediately and the materials are designed to make learning these special techniques a highly entertaining experience. In addition to being funny, heartwarming and lovable, the stories used in the Love and Logic materials are all true and very instructive. You will enjoy listening to them over and over, sometimes just for the entertainment value, but always to help become the best parent, grandparent or teacher that you can be. The program will be held on Sunday afternoons from Feb. 4-March 4 from 1 -3 p.m. Child care is available. The cost is only $15 per couple/person. You will receive a manual to take home with you. CEU's are available for teachers and daycare providers. The program is promoted and financially supported by the Wadena County Family Service Collaborative. Register by contacting Raina Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org or (218) 837-6574.
Dave Ramsey's "LEGACY JOURNEY" begins Jan. 8
This class leads members into a deeper look at what the Bible has to say about wealth and gives them practical tools for managing their resources and living a generous life. The Legacy Journey will show you how to live a legacy now while preparing to leave a legacy for your children and future generations to come. This is the class for those who want to finish strong!
The seven brand new lessons are snares and dares, the pinnacle point, the law of great gain, the road to awesome, safeguarding your legacy, generational legacy and called to generosity.
The seven-week sessions will be held on Mondays, beginning on Monday, Jan. 8, 6 - 8 p.m. at the Sebeka United Methodist Church and will be taught by Doug and Jayne Koskiniemi.
Please call (218) 837-5275 for more information or to register for the class. We need a minimum of six participants. Kits available for purchase at the first class.
Soup and Bread Class set for Jan. 6
There's nothing like the taste of a warm soup on a cold winter night. Come in for this tasty class that will leave you with two new soups and breads that you can take home with you that night. Recipes include Lasagna Soup, Potato and Ham Chowder, Whole Wheat Garlic Herb Bread and Buttermilk Quick Bread. Work together with others in the class to make a delicious meal that you can take home! The class will be held Jan. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Sebeka School Home Ec. room. Cost is $30 per person.
Register by contacting Raina Connor at email@example.com or (218) 837-6574.