Tweens and Teens Chat ‘N Chill 2023

Tweens & Teens

Chat N’ Chill

WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS FOR THIS SUMMER?

Kings County Family Resource Centre is offering a 7-week program in a safe, welcoming and inclusive space for tweens and teens, ages 10-15.

It focuses on positive peer-to-peer interactions that include cooperative games, activities, expressive art and discussions.

Location: 4 Calkin Drive, Kentville Business Park

Dates: July 4th-August 17th, 2023. Cancelled July 12th 

Times: Tuesday to Thursday from 1:30 pm to 3:30 

For more informaiton and to register, please contact KCFRC offive at (902) 678-5760 or email family.centre@kcfrc.ca.

Kings County Family Resource Centre
Nova Scotia

Fun in the Sun 2023

Fun in the Sun

Join us over the next 7 weeks for our free “Fun in the Sun” outdoor summer program. Crafts, activities, story time and games are offered at 4 different Kings County locations.

This is a child and parent/caregiver interactive program with weekly themes for ages 3-10.

Snack is provided to child participants. Please bring a water bottle.

The program runs from Tuesday, July 4 – Thursday, August 17, 2023.

Monday Location:

Berwick Centennial Park

(9:30 – 11:30 am)

Tuesday Location:

New Minas Elementary School

(9:30-11:30 am)

Wednesday Location:

Kentville Memorial Park

(9:30-10:30)

Thursday Location:

Oakdene Park

(9:30 –11:30 am)

Week 1: Dr. Seuss

 

Week 2: Summer Sun Fun

 

Week 3: Colors of the Rainbow

 

Week 4: Under the Sea

 

Week 5: Dinosaurs

 

Week 6: Numbers

 

Week 7: Wacky Week

Take a peek at the KCFRC Summer Program Calendar to see dates, times and locations.

Nova Scotia

Helpful Links

All Genders Helpline – call 211

Annapolis Regional Library

Autism Nova Scotia

Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention

Family Matters

Government of Canada Toll-Free Information Line – 1-833-784-4397

Kids Help Phone – available 24/7. Call toll-free 1-800-668-6868

Kings Transit

Mental Health and Addictions – Therapy Assistance Online (TAO)a free and private online resource available to all adults in Nova Scotia. It helps people build skills in stress management, mindfulness and problem-solving, and offers strategies to develop helpful thinking patterns.

Mental Health and Addictions – Non-Emergency Line – Call 811

Mental Health for Children, Youth and Families

Mental Health Provincial Crisis Line – available 24/7 to anyone experiencing a mental health or addictions crisis, or someone concerned about them. Call toll-free 1-888-429-8167

Nova Scotia Community Services

NS Programs & Services

NS Public Health

Town of Kentville

Town of Wolfville

Valley Child Development Association

Village of New Minas