Integrity Academy Presents a Dealing With Difficult People Workshop, led by Joe Carr, an educator, trainer and coach from The Center for Nonviolent Communication. The workshop will be at Casa de Luz, in the Cielo South Room, from 7 - 8:30 pm on Wednesday, Jan. 29.
Looking to catch a FronteraFest show that helps you feel like a better parent? Look no further than Bad Parents, a comedy written by local playwright, Max Langert, and based in part on the Listen to Your Mother essays of Ava Love Hanna (Contributing Writer for Do512 Family) and Tristan Mercado. The play is about five adults at a kid's 5th birthday party who worry that they're bad parents. They might have a point.
Integrity Academy wants to teach adults, and they're doing this by holding community events at the beautiful Casa de Luz at reduced rates, donation-based rates, or for free! Classes that ask for donations are collecting the money for scholarship funds for Integrity Academy. Here is what they are offering in the following months.
Looking for a little kid-friendly basketball action? Lucky for you, the Harlem Globetrotters are coming to town! It’s not often you can bring your kids to a game and tell them with 100% certainty who will win, but here’s your chance (Sorry, Washington Generals!).
Friday, Jan. 14, you'll have the chance to try a new movement class for parents and their kids called Zumbini, for free! Think Zumba for littles! Two classes will be held at the Rhythm Studio, one for ages 18 months and under at 9:30 am, and another for ages 18 months - 3 years old at 10:30 am, see event details here.
How was everyone's first week back after the holidays? We hope you're ready, because our top 10 Austin family events features quite the variety this weekend. You can check out a home and garden show, attend a very Austin-y book premier, go ice skating or see some awesome live music that's just for the kids.