Peaceful Parenting Start Up Class

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A three part parenting class. Learn strategies for everyday parenting dilemmas and difficulties. All ages and stages covered with an emphasis on participant's child(rens) ages 0-17.

When Jul 25, 2011
from 06:00 PM to 08:30 PM
Where 99 East Erie Street, Painesville
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Contact Phone 440-350-2268
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