For Children and Their Families

We provide a supportive and relaxing atmosphere where children and parents/caregivers can meet and socialize. Our programs are designed to provide positive child development, promote school readiness skills, and introduce families to the resources and supports in their community. We believe that children learn best through play. Children and their caregivers are encouraged to engage in new activities, such as learning songs and rhymes, and listening to stories.

We are taking a phased approach to resume our programs safely and responsibly in response to COVID-19.

Limited online and in-person programs are now open for registration.

More to come. Stay tuned!

What's New

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HIGHLIGHTS

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Frogs in the Park 2020

What a physical-distancing but socially connected summer we have just had! Thanks to all families and friends of Frog Hollow, our 2020 Frogs in the Park summer program successfully ended on August 27.

Check out all the best highlights of this 6-week summer program!

PROGRAMS

Family Drop-in Program & Kids in the Kitchen 

Who | Families/caregivers with children 0-6
Time | Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 am to 11:30 am
Location | In-person & online

Contact | Diane at

604-251-1225 ext. 237 or 604-506-2131

dianec@frroghollow.bc.ca

Our usual Family Drop-in Program & Kids in the Kitchen operate on-site at Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning from 10:00 am-11:30 am. We provide free play, Kids in the Kitchen, arts and crafts, hot lunch, resources, circle time, a presentation from service providers, you name it, we have it!

Program adaptation in response to Covid-19:

Since March 2020, we have moved the session online via zoom and continued to share stories, provide arts and craft ideas, sing songs with families! We want to keep the connection going at the time we practice social distancing. 

Our fall program is now open for registration:

– From Sept 15 to Oct 15, except the week of Sept 21. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 1000am-1130am. 

– The program is available both in-person(at Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House) & via zoom.

– Seats are limited for in-person sessions. Pre-registration is needed.

– Covid-19 Safety measures will be in effect on-site.

 

First Language Family Drop-in Program 

Who | Families/caregivers with children 0-6
Time | 10:00am to 12:00pm

Every Wednesday -Spanish Group(closed)

Every Thursday -Japanese Group (closed)

Location | Via Zoom

Contact |

Maria Helena (Spanish Group) marias@froghollow.bc.ca or 604-251-1225 ext. 237

Eva Aboud (Japanese Group) eva@froghollow.bc.ca

These first language drop-in programs are supported by staff and are offered weekly throughout most of the year.

They provide a good bridge for new Canadian families who need additional language support and also allow children and their families to develop a strong sense of cultural pride for both their countries of origin and their new Canadian home.

COMING BACK SOON

 

Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program

Who| Parents
Time | COMING SOON
Location | Via Zoom or at Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House, 2131 Renfrew St.
Contact | Diane at dianec@froghollow.bc.ca or 604.251.1225 ext 237 ,  604.506.2131

Free program for parents and children 18 months to 5 years

Over 5 sessions, you will learn about:

  • Child development – helping children grow
  • Community services
  • First aid
  • Positive parenting tips
  • Other topics for parents

You will receive a certificate after completing the course.

Community Action Program for Children

CAPC supports families with children from birth to six years old. We work with families to promote the health and wellbeing of young children and infants. Our programs include fun and educational activities such as family drop-in programs, parent education courses, parent-led groups and information and referral services. Learn about our ongoing programs and special events announcements below.
If you are interested in meeting other parents and becoming involved in helping with the CAPC Program, please join the Families and Staff Team which meets once a month. For more information, please contact us at 604.251.1225 ext 246 or 237.
Learn more about CAPC
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