Get parenting help at Project Enlightenment
Heard of Project Enlightenment? Haven't been? If you've got a child ages birth to five, it's a great place to go for parenting help, resources and even crafts.Posted — Updated
Friends raved about the parenting classes. We'd played on their fantastic playground, which is the perfect size for toddlers and preschoolers and is open when the preschool there is not in session. And I've driven past the building on Boylan Avenue near downtown Raleigh countless times.
But I figured it wasn't really open to the public ... that you needed to register for a class or sign-up for a private counseling session of some sort to go in.
The resource center is open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Working parents should note that it's open until 8 p.m. the third Thursday of each month (except December and July). Be sure to check ahead before you go if you want to use the production area to ensure there will be space for you.
Anne Sherman, the resource center's coordinator, showed me around the other day. Take a look on this video.
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