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FYI ---

Attachment Parenting International-District of Columbia's (API-DC's) Monthly Meeting is coming up on Tuesday, June 15th, 2004 at 10:30 am at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church*, 1313 New York Ave, NW (one block from Metro Center and McPherson Square Metro stations). Hope to see some of you there.

What is gentle discipline? How can it be applied to daily familial interactions?
Discussion will focus on answering these questions as well as addressing specific behavioral issues and strategies for positive interactions.

NOTE: Before moving to the meeting topic, at each API-DC meeting we dedicate time to address parents' immediate attachment parenting-related concerns, questions, issues, challenges, etc. which do not relate to the topic of the meeting.

API-DC meets every 3rd Tuesday of each month at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in downtown Washington at 10:30 a.m.

Meeting Schedule for Next 6 Months:
June 15th - Parental Challenges with Discipline
July 20th - Parenting Myths
August 17th - Nighttime Parenting
September 21st - Advocating for Your Child - PreSchool/Kindergarten & Beyond
October 19th - Focusing on Family in a Materialistic Society
November 16th - TBD
December 21st - TBD

API-DC also has an organized playgroup which meets weekly.

API-DC Calendar of Special Events
June 26th, 2004 - API-DC Summer Potluck Social & Silent Auction
September & October, 2004 - "How To Talk to Your Kids So Your Kids Will Listen" 8 week Course
October 23rd, 2004 - API-DC Fall Potluck
****more to come*****

Questions on API-DC?
Please contact an API-DC Leader:
Brook - [email protected]
Marika - [email protected]

*Although API-DC meeting location is a Presbyterian Church, API-DC does not endorse this religion or any religion. API welcomes parents of all religions, race, color, ethnicity, and origin.
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