Early Childhood Matters
At a Glance
Sep 10 - Nov 15
Location
Fort Worth Public Library - Diamond Hill/Jarvis Branch
1300 NE 35th St.

Select days September 10 – November 15

It’s no secret that active parents have a huge impact on a child’s readiness to succeed in school. But what can a parent do to help their child succeed? The Early Childhood Matters series is designed for parents, family members and caregivers of children from birth through age 5. Participants will learn how to boost language and literacy skills, conflict resolution techniques and communication skills with weekly hands-on workshops delivered by trained education specialists.

Parents may come to the entire series or attend individual sessions. Register on-site For more information, call 817/392-6200 (English) or 817/392-7531 (Spanish). Activities are provided on-site for pre-school children.

Mondays
Diamond Hill/Jarvis: 10am–noon
Southwest Community Center: 10am–noon (presented in Spanish and English)
Worth Heights Community Center: 6–7:30pm (Spanish and English)

Tuesdays
North Tri-Ethnic Community Center: 10am–noon (Spanish and English)
Southside Community Center: 10am–noon (Spanish and English)
Riverside Community Center: 6–7:30pm (Spanish and English)

Wednesdays
Meadowbrook United Methodist Church: 10am–noon (Spanish and English)

Thursdays
R.D. Evans Community Center: 10am–noon (Spanish and English)
Riverside Community Center: 10am–noon
North Tri-Ethnic Community Center: 6–7:30pm (Spanish and English)

Free.
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See information for each branch location here: fortworthtexas.gov/library/branches.