Play groups provide an opportunity for parents and their children (ages birth - 5 years) to meet new friends, share experiences, receive support and just have fun!
9:30 - 11 am Wednesdays & Thursdays
(Follows the Milton Town School District Calendar)
Milton Public Library
39 Bombardier Road, Milton, VT
A MFCC staff member facilitates all play groups that include open-ended activities in an inviting and enriching environment.
Play groups are open to everyone at no cost.
Playgroup will be canceled IF MFCC closes due to weather conditions. Closing will be announced on the same media lists as school closings.
The Milton Family Community Center (MFCC) will host the AARP Smart Driver Course on Friday, April 25 from 9 AM to 2 PM. The 4.5 hour refresher course is open to all drivers 50 years and older. The curriculum addresses the normal physical changes brought on by the aging process, how these changes can affect driving ability and then offers ways to compensate for those changes. The course also addresses changes in vehicles, regulations and roads. Participants will also learn how to interact with other road users, including truckers, bikers, pedestrians and distracted drivers.
Some insurance companies offer a discount to drivers who have completed the class. Drivers who have qualified for a discount by taking the course must take a …
Thank you to all who attended our Handbags and Hope
event on Friday, February 7, 2014, at the very beautiful Essex Resort & Spa. This event was a wonderful opportunity to have fun, share stories, and highlight the dynamic programs of MFCC among a true community of supporters! Thanks to our Emcee Jamie Polli of gameshowsvt.com and our Auctioneer Charles Barsalow, all the guests were able to enjoy a very exciting and entertaining evening out, while generously spending money on some incredible designer items, all to support a good cause. The Handbags & Hope event raised over $16,000 for the child and family programs at MFCC. All of us at MFCC again thank our sponsors and donors who supported our Handbags & Hope event: Milton …
Nurturing Parent Workshop, a free parenting series for parents of children ages birth to five, is now available in the Milton area.
Do you want to:
Improve communication with your children?
Set limits that make sense?
Have family meetings that support family bonding?
Find out what positive discipline really is and how to make it work?
Have fun together as a family, and with other families?
If you or someone you know has asked these questions, then this is the parenting education series for you. MFCC is partnering with Prevent Child Abuse Vermont to bring the Nurturing Parent parent education program to the Milton community. Workshop sessions will be facilitated by MFCC's parent educators Erica Howard and Kelly …
The Food Shelf at MFCC provides food assistance to an average of 75 families a month. Food insecurity is a year round problem for many families in our community. Many families have had their 3Squares benefit cut at a time when heat and electricity take the biggest bite out of their resources and they need to choose between buying food or keeping the house warm and the lights on. Our food shelf can provide a bag of food to see them through the month, but only because of the community members who care enough to help us keep the shelves full. Please visit our foodshelf page to see what items are needed most. Donations can be left in the food shelf bin at Milton's Hannaford Market or brought to the Center during business hours. Thank …
Be a Neighbor Rides VOLUNTEER!
Neighbor Rides brings people and places together in Chittenden County.
Volunteers use their own cars to help seniors and people with disabilities get where they need to be.
As a Neighbor Rides volunteer, you:
• Make new friends
• Help neighbors
• See more of the county you love
• Make your own schedule; choose your own hours
• May receive mileage reimbursement
To volunteer or get more info, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or call 861-7833
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