Jump starting a child’s future gets boost at the Ready Set Learn Festival of Wellness in Barriere

The annual Ready Set Learn Festival of Wellness held at the Barriere Elementary School on Tuesday May 1, proved to be a great event for families with young children. The event focused on providing resources, information and support to parents and children ages three and four, however all families with children up to age five were encouraged to attend where they could learn and play together. Information and tools from various service providers and professionals which fostered healthy child development such as nutrition, growth, dental, hearing, vision, getting ready for kindergarten, child safety, literacy and learning, and more were available. This program was supported by the Government of BC, Credit Unions of BC, Barriere Elementary School, and United Way Success By Six partners.

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