Parent Education and Support Workshops

Check back soon for our complete list of Fall classes.

All workshops are FREE and are held at Ozaukee Family Services. We are located in The Family Enrichment Center at 885 Badger Circle in Grafton.

Play Group

August 12, September 9, 27, October 14, 25, November 11, 22 and December 9, 9:30 Р10:30 am
(Once a month in summer and then 2nd Monday and 4th Friday of the month)

An open and interactive group for parents and their children age 0-4, using books and activity stations centered around themes. Come and play with your child while interacting with other parents in our safe and fun playroom! Enjoy different toys, gain ideas to try at home, make new friends or bring friends to share in the fun! Space is limited. Please call to reserve a spot! Facilitated by Ozaukee Family Services’ Parents as Teachers staff.

Infant Massage

Thursdays, July 25 – August 15, 9:00 – 10:00 am

Kathy Bergmann, Certified Educator of Infant Massage and OFS parent educator, will demonstrate how to perform basic infant massage and stroke techniques. She’ll share the benefits of infant massage for both the infant and care giver including research regarding the benefits of touch in the healthy growth and development of a child. Parents/caregivers are invited to attend with babies from birth to 10 months.

Let’s Play to Learn

Thursday, September 19, 10:00 – 11:00, Animals in Their Homes
Monday, October 28, 10:00 – 11:00, Music & Movement
Wednesday, December 18, 10:00 – 11:00, Let’s Build

Learn ways to stimulate your 2- 4 year old’s learning and creativity through these play-based parent and child
workshops. Register early, these workshops fill quickly! Free childcare available.

Interested in Attending?

Please call 262-376-7774 or email to register or for more information.

Thanks to the generous support of Ozaukee Family Services Donors and United Way of Northern Ozaukee, we offer all of our classes FREE OF CHARGE!

Thanks to the generosity of QuestionPro and its online survey platform, we are able to measure the outcomes of our programs and make ongoing improvements to better serve our community.