SuccessBy6 / Children First

Success By 6

Success By 6 BC is a partnership of United Ways, Credit Unions of BC, the BC Government through the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) and Aboriginal and community leaders.

Success By 6 builds community through engaging citizens in building child and family friendly communities and funding programs.

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Children First

Children First regional initiatives support and promote the healthy growth and development of young children, birth to six years.

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The Peace Region

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Fort St. John Co-Op Presents: The Community Christmas Concert

Where: Fort St. John
Fort St. John Co-op presents the 3rd annual Community Christmas Concert, December 17th at The Lido. Join Tom Cole and many amazing local artists for a night of your favourite Christmas songs with a country twist. The line-up of local performers includes feature artist Tom Cole, as well as Benjamin...

Winter 2020 Recreation and Leisure Guide

Where: Fort St. John
Check out the full guide for all the City run events happening January 1 - March 31, 2020 on their website Watch for the spring guide out March 1, 2020!!

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

Where: Fort St. John
The Fort St. John Literacy Society is pleased to bring to you: "Dolly Parton's Imagination Library" Get children's books every month at no cost to you! Register online at https://imaginationlibrary.com/ca/affiliate/BCFORTSTJOHN/ For more information contact the Literacy Society directly.

After School Homework Help

Where: Fort St. John
Please note that these are not private tutoring sessions, but rather are to focus on home work materials sent home from your child's school. Registration is required so we can ensure there is an individual fluent in the subject that help is needed in.

Blissful Beginnings Birth & Support Services Prenatal Classes

Where: Fort St. John
During classes you will learn everything you need to know about child birth, such as: how to prepare your body for labour the 3 stages of labour comfort and coping techniques how to write out birth wishes postpartum recovery newborn care breastfeeding tips and information and so much more! To...

Monthly Parenting Seminar

Where: Fort St. John
The Peace Positive Parenting Initiative aims to bring support to the parents in the North Peace area through offering free monthly parenting seminars on various challenges that impact children and parents.January 15, 2020:The topic is: Caring for Yourself While Caring for Others: How Empathy and...

Let's Art Teen (Ages 12-18 years)

Where: Fort St. John
Come join Diana in the Gallery Friday afternoons 3:30-5 and explore a variety of mediums to enhance your works of art. To register or for more information call 250-785-1992 or email reception@npcc.bc.ca

Equine Reflections Programs 2019

Where: Fort St. John
Equine Assisted Learning is a learner established educational, experiential program that is facilitated within a group format and focuses on ground activities rather than riding horses.

My Special Time With Santa

Where: Fort St. John
A chance for persons young and old with disabilities including anxiety, blindness, autism, or any other condition that makes it impossible for them to meet Santa in a warm setting, your receive a photo and treat and there is no limit to the time you spend with Santa.

Kids Christmas Cookies Class

Where: Fort St. John
Kids Christmas Cookie Class! There is nothing healthy about this class, it is full of butter, sugar and sprinkles!Ages 5 and upDecember 14: 11:30-2:30 $50Please make sure they have something to eat before class!!

Family Friendly

Welcome to the Peace Region! On the map to the right of the page you will see thumbtacks on the communities of Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd and Tumbler Ridge. They are all a part of our Family Friendly Community. Click on the community you'd like to discover more about and it will take you to their home page. Working closely with the Northern Rockies, South Peace and North Peace Early Childhood Development community tables to achieve their overall vision the Family Friendly Initiative strives to make our region the best place possible to raise young children, allowing them to succeed in life.