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Workshop to teach working with newcomers

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Communities 4 Families, partnering with Bookmates, is sponsoring a one-day workshop called "Working with Newcomers" on Jan. 22 at 623 Erin St.

The deadline for registration for this event is Jan. 15, and seating priority will be given to individuals that work and live in the downtown area. The workshop will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

According to promotional materials, the workshop will teach those in attendance how to run a family literacy program for newcomer parents and their preschool-aged children.

There is a fee of $10 for people who work and live downtown, and $60 for people who live outside of the downtown area. The event is limited to 16 participants.

Registration forms are available on the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg’s website, http://www.spcw.mb.ca/

For more information, call 204-475-5755.

— Staff

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