Monthly Programs for Adults

Monthly Programs for Adults

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Adult Programs @ the MFRC

The Shilo MFRC offers monthly programs specifically for adults. Check them out below!
*if you have an ideas or a suggestion on a program you'd be interested in facilitating or participating in, please let us know! 
Contact Info: 
Shilo MFRC
204-765-3000 ext. 3352
shilo.mfrc@outlook.com

Upcoming programs:
What Wikipedia Can't tell you about Early Learning - A parenting Series
“Talk So Your Child Will Listen”

Do you find yourself not being heard? Do you say or ask things "one hundred" times? Learn tips and tricks to talking to your child. Join the discussion with Chelsea, an Early Childhood Educator.
Wednesday, November 13
1:30-2:30 p.m.
Adult only 
FREE
Instructor: Chelsea Pakulak 
Meet in the Youth Centre
Register by Friday, November 8 
Max: 15

Community Connections 
Wednesday, November 13
6:00-8:00 p.m.
Join the Shilo MFRC Community Connections Facebook page for more information.
 
Portfolio Bootcamp
What if there was a tool that could…
*Provide a more clear and concise educational/employment direction
*Take pieces and parts of unfinished formal education, combined with everyday learning to assist towards the completion of a diploma/degree/certificate from an accredited educational institution
*Be used by people in all ages and stages of their lives; bringing light to their own unique learning history and used towards whatever goal they choose
*Provide a stable foundation of information and documentation

Well there is! It’s called a Portfolio!
Portfolio development can benefit people who are facing transition, whether you are releasing from the military or a military spouse looking for a new opportunity. It is the perfect tool for job seekers, small business owners, someone considering further education or unsure of their next step. Portfolio development provides a platform to demonstrate formal and informal learning towards a specific goal. Career, education, master/mini, entrepreneurial and self-discovery are amongst the many types of portfolios. 

Join us for an informative, intensive introduction to the power of Portfolios!

Monday-Wednesday (November 18-20)
Times:
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (Monday & Tuesday)
9:00 a.m.-noon (Wednesday)
Adult only
$40 per participant (for manuals)
Instructors: co-facilitated by Liz Nicholas, Trenton MFRC & Christine Helgason, Shilo MFRC Employment and Education Program Coordinators
Meet in the Shilo MFRC Counselling Centre
Register & pay by Friday, November 8
*lunches will be on your own*
Min: 6

Mental Health First Aid- Veteran Community
Mental Health First Aid- Veteran Community will help participants develop a thorough understanding of the five basic actions of the ALGEE Model. ALGEE is the framework used to facilitate a confident conversation about mental health with family, friends, colleagues and strangers.  

Participants will
*Be introduced to signs, symptoms and risk factors of mental health problems; 
*Learn to decrease the social distance between themselves and someone with a mental health problem; 
*Increase their confidence to help someone undergoing a mental health crisis; 
*Be able to identify professional and self-help resources; and 
*Improve mental health wellness 

The program covers these main topics:
*Mental Health & Stigma
*Substance-related disorders
*Mood-related Disorders
*Anxiety and Trauma
​*Psychotic Disorders 

Thursday & Friday (November 21 & 22)
8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (each day)
Adults only
No cost to participant
Meet at CFB Shilo Faith Centre
Register by Friday, November 15 
For more information contact the Veteran Family Program Coordinator, Jenna Gray: jenna.gray@forces.gc.ca 204-765-3000 ext. 4557

Christmas Chocolates 
Want to make a good impression with your guests at Christmas? Learn how to create an assortment of homemade chocolates, including truffles. Take home some and try to save them for Christmas.
Thursday, November 21
6:30-8:30 p.m.
$15 per participant
Meet at the MFRC
Register & pay by noon on Friday, November 15
Min: 4

Connection française et des Chocolats De Noël
Vous voulez faire une bonne impression avec vos invités à Noël? Apprenez comment créer un assortiment de chocolats faits à la maison, y compris des truffes. Rapportez-en chez vous et essayez de les conserver pour Noël. Nous allons commencer avec un pot-luck; apporter votre plat préfère. 
vendredi le 22 novembre
18h00 à 21h30
15 $
CRFM
Inscrivez-vous avant vendredi midi le 15 novembre
Contactez Linda au 204-765-3000 poste 4553 pour plus amples informations.

Crafting the Day Away
Let’s get together for a day full of crafting. Bring whatever you are working on; scrapbooking, crochet, drawing, knitting, etc. A full 6 foot table for everyone. Great way to get ideas and get your projects done. Everyone welcomed – beginners or pros. Bring your favourite dish for a potluck lunch and for supper we’ll provide wraps.
Saturday, November 23
9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 
$5.00 per participant
Meet at the MFRC
Register & pay by noon on Friday, November 15
Min: 6

Christmas Cards 
Get into the Christmas spirit with handmade cards. Assemble five different cards using basic stamping techniques and personalize them for those special people in your life. All materials supplied.
Wednesday, November 27
6:30-8:30 p.m. 
Adult only
$22 per participant (not experiencing a deployment); or 
$17 per participant (are experiencing a deployment)
Meet at the MFRC
Register & pay by noon on Friday, November 22
*offsite childcare vouchers available for families dealing with deployment

You can register for any of the above programs by visiting the MFRC monthly newsletter.

Payment can be made at the MFRC front desk Monday-Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. & 4:30 p.m. Cash/debit/credit accepted.