The First Annual Cariboo Chilcotin Early Years Conference is slated for Thompson Rivers University campus in Williams Lake on Oct. 4-5.
The theme for this inaugural event is Inspire – Encourage – Support.
The conference is co-hosted by 100 Mile House Child Care Resource & Referral (CCRR) and the Williams Lake CCRR in partnership with Success by 6 and Children First.
The doors for this fun, informative networking event will open Oct. 4 at 6 p.m. Participants can network with colleagues, sample authentic appetizers and be impressed by provincial family policy advocate and presenter Dr. Paul Kershaw at 6:30, followed by musical entertainment.
On Oct. 5, the doors will open at 8:30 a.m. and participants will be able to choose from many educational sessions, including: Making sense of frustration in children; Laughter Yoga; Caring for the Caregiver; and Red Flags and Tough conversations.
Participants who register by Sept. 13 will receive the Early Bird ($55) rate, but registration will be taken until Sept. 27.
For more information, contact Erica Henderson – 100 Mile House CCRR, 250-395-5155 or Bullah Munson – Williams Lake CCRR at 250-392-4118.