Issues: March 2021

In This Issue
Creative writing workshop for all ages
This pen pal initiative aims to connect and inspire isolated English speaking people across Quebec during the pandemic
Christine Latreille
Free coding program available for girls
The two-week summer program is geared to girls between the ages of 15-18 who are trans, non-binary, and cisgender
Christine Latreille
Free creative coding workshops
Teens will learn about generative art, which is print or onscreen images created through computer algorithms
Christine Latreille
Helping kids with developmental delays
A local research project aims to provide support, resources and information to parents waiting to access services for their kids
 Samantha Mileto
How to choose the right helmet for your child
Make sure to buy a helmet specifically designed for a given activity and ensure it fits properly to help reduce risk of injury
Christine Latreille
Liven up your walks with scavenger hunts
Below are four Montreal Families printable PDF pages you can use for scavenger hunts with the kids
Christine Latreille
Montreal artist creates Black plushies
Zuri and Dre are big personalities with strong ties to the social media community who celebrate what it means to be Black
Christine Latreille
Nature trails to enjoy year-round
Besides its use as an educational resource, the Morgan Arboretum is enjoyed by families as an outdoor recreational facility
Christine Latreille
New centre for kids with special needs
Residents of N.D.G. can benefit from a centre that helps kids with their development and provides respite for parents
Laura Guzzo
New company sells party items
Two Montreal-area moms have started Swag Gals, a business selling loot bags as well as party items, crafts for kids, personalized T-shirts and more
Christine Latreille