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WakeMed Children’s and Marbles Kids Museum are joining forces to bring families a community speaker series sure to inspire a playful approach to childhood challenges and everyday moments that matter. The series will feature a variety of speakers and interactive programs, most for grown-ups only.
Find out how to create more joy, connection, and growth in your family.
Location: Marbles Kids Museum & IMAX Theatre201 E. Hargett Street, Raleigh
Join Dana Winters, an expert in early childhood development, for a special session that will help inspire a playful approach to childhood challenges. Parenting is about seizing everyday moments and turning them into opportunities for connection. Dana Winters shares what you can do to help your kids thrive.
$10 per mother/daughter pairAdvanced registration required
Location: WakeMed Raleigh Campus – Andrews Conference Center
Choose from one of two sessions: 9 am – noon & 1 – 4 pm
A health workshop for mothers and their daughters (age 10+) to connect in heart, mind, body and health. Plus, connect with other local strong moms and girls in the community. Featuring inspiring “work-in” sessions and “work-out” sessions featuring Zumba, yoga, interval training & identity, mindset and body image.
Free with advance registration
Join us for a casual chat and gain insight on why growth mindset is just as important for grown-ups as it is for kids. Ask questions and connect with other parents over coffee and conversation.
Registration Coming Soon
$10 advance registration required
Find out how to bring a growth mindset to parenting and raise kids with grit. Discover why connection, not perfection wins the day and how you can be a work in progress and still be a fantastic parent.
Location: Marbles Kids Museum – IMAX Theatre201 E. Hargett Street, Raleigh
Learn how to create tech balance for your family. Find out about setting appropriate limits, equipping kids to be safe online, and prioritizing face-to-face family engagement and fun. Presented by Diana Graber, author of Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology and founder of Cyberwise and Cyber Civics
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As the Director of Simple Interactions and Faculty Director of Academic Programs, Dr. Dana Winters supports professionals across many diverse settings, including child care, early education, school systems, community programs, residential care, and children’s hospitals. She deliver keynotes and workshops, particularly across early childhood education systems to communicate and reflect what is simple and deep about work in service of children and their families.
Dr. Winters directs the Fred Rogers Center’s research lab, Incubator 143, which partners with educators, trainers, advocates, and researchers to focus on identifying and amplifying the simple active ingredient that universally helps serve children—the power of human connection. She served as co-principal investigator and evaluator for consecutive NSF-funded early childhood research and intervention projects in the areas of early literacy, social emotional development, and early mathematical learning, as well as numerous foundation and government project grants.
Dr. Winters holds a PhD in administrative and policy studies from the University of Pittsburgh, an MA in education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in sociology from Saint Vincent College.
3000 New Bern Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27610