Saint Peter Community and Family Education is offering a series on trauma that begins tonight (Monday) February 6th.
The Good Neighbor Diversity Council and Community & Family Education invite you to join us for opportunities to learn about how trauma affects our society. You’ll experience informative, interactive presentations and participate in meaningful conversations. Facilitated by Ayan Musse, coordinator of Saint Peter Public School’s Office of Education Equity, and other community experts. Light refreshments will be served each evening. Admission is FREE, but we do request pre-registration to help us plan for our guests. Online registration is available here https://1992.affinetysolutions.com/insight/registry/classinfo.asp?courseID=7626&catID=1119 or call the Community Ed office at 507-934-3048 ext. 1.
NOTE: The location of the March 9th presentation has been moved from SPHS Commons to Saint Peter Community Center Rm. 219.