Parents, grandparents, foster parents, childcare providers, aunts, uncles, babysitters and anyone who plays a caregiving role in the life of a child of any age are all invited to participate in a free conference being offered Saturday, March 18th, in Jensen Hall at the Lassen County Fairgrounds. This year the annual event’s theme is Build, Connect and Thrive.
The 2023 Family Connections Conference, which runs from 9:30a.m., until 4:30p.m., is a workshop to build resilience in parenting and childhood.
This day is designed for participants to walk away feeling refreshed, inspired and with some new tools to add to their toolbox.
Attendees can expect food, conversation and great information and according to organizers, parents, childcare providers and educators will all greatly benefit from this event.
Advance registration is highly preferred so that accurate seating, food and materials can be prepared. However, walk-ins will not be turned away. Childcare will not be available.
The Family Connections Conference is a collaborative effort among many community organizations including the Lassen Childcare Planning Council, Lassen County Child and Family Services, Lassen County Office of Education, Lassen HEART and Sierra Cascade Family Opportunities.