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PBJ Connections Family Centered Workshops
PBJ Connections Family Centered Workshops
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Date(s) - 06/28/2014
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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PBJ Connections

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PBJ Connections Family Centered Music and Movements Workshop Series is designed just for you and the children in your life. Treat yourself and your child to something wonderful. Relax and connect with the people you love in this workshop series that will include yoga, drumming, music and movement.  10 people are needed to hold workshop. No experience necessary.  Presented by Robin Cummings

Cost per workshop is $35 per adult and $10 per child.  Bring ten of your friends and get one child in for free!  For more information, contact Holly Jedlicka, 740-924-7543 or holly@pbjconnections.org

All proceeds benefit PBJ Connections, a non-profit that provides professional mental health and behavioral health therapy to youth and families using horses.

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