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McDougal Family Notes
October 26, 2010
McDougal Family Fellows [email protected] 432-BLUE, 124 HGS Check out our new website to learn about McDougalʼs family-related activities, provide us feedback and to get connected with other. https://sites.google.com/site/yalegradstudentfamilies/home Upcoming McDougal Sponsored Events:
McDougal Halloween Dinner Where: HGS Dining hall, 320 York St. When: Thursday, October 28, 2010 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Enjoy a Halloween theme dinner with spooky music, interestingly named and colored food and cookies to decorate. HGS Dorm coordinators and McDougal Grad Student Life Fellows serve specialty drink for those 21+ with photo ID. This is a Grad Special Dinner, HGS is CLOSED to undergraduates for this meal. Check out the Yale Dining Events calendar for more info. Ticket/Registration Info: Cost for dinner, one price all you care to eatAdults: 1 meal swipe, $13.25 cash, points (Eli bucks) or university charge. Children 3-12, 1/2 price.*21+ with Photo ID to get alcohol wristband for drinks.
Teaching Children About Money Where: HGS, 320 York Street, McDougal Center, Rm. 119 When: October 29 from 12-1 p.m Learn fun and effective strategies to teach children about money and finances. Adults will learn ways to teach good money management skills to the children in their lives, whether the children are 5 or 15. For registration and information click here.
Halloween Pumpkin Carving and Activities Party Where: HGS Common Room and 119, 320 York Street When: Sunday, October 31 from 11:00am - 1:00pm Graduate & Professional students & postdocs: bring your kids, spouses/partners, and friends! Costumes optional but encouraged! There will be pumpkin carving, crafts, spiced cider, cookies, cupcakes, games, and more! There will be pumpkins and carving tools available but you can bring your own. Also come and pick up your UNICEF Trick-or-Treat boxes to raise money for children in need around the world and return them to the McDougal office within 2 weeks. Please sign up here: http://tinyurl.com/YaleGSL-Halloween
Upcoming WorkLife Events: Back-Up Child Care Briefing Where: School of Medicine Library, 333 Cedar Street, Room SHM L-101A When: November 10 from 12-12:45 p.m For registration and information click here. College Financial Aid Process: Getting Where: Sterling Memorial Lecture Hall, 128 Wall Street When: November 16 from 12-1 p.m.,
For registration and information click here.
Other upcoming events of interest:
Once Upon a Fright! The scariest fairy tales come to life! When: Thursday, October 28 from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM and Friday October 29 from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Where: Coogan Pavilion @ Edgewood Park Whalley Ave. and Fitch St., New Haven, CT 06515 Additional parking at tennis courts on West Rock Ave. Description: Those who dare enter our haunted exhibit are hereby warned: There is no turning back the page! Check the Fright Night 2010 flier or call (203) 946-8028 for more info. Ticket/Registration Info: $3 per tale. Admission includes Halloween crafts for children. Sponsor(s): City of New Haven Parks and Recreation
Return to Oz When: Thursday, October 28 from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Where: Edgewood Skate Park behind Coogan Pavilion Whalley Ave. and Fitch St., New Haven, CT 06515 (Location is wheelchair accessible) Additional parking at tennis courts on West Rock Ave.
Description: A free outdoor showing of the creepiest film Walt Disney ever marketed toward children (Rated PG). Check the Fright Night 2010 flier or call (203) 946-8028 for more info. Admission: Free Sponsor(s): City of New Haven Parks and Recreation
Mysteries of Halloween Where: Yale Peabody Museum When: Saturday, October 30, 2010, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Live snakes, spiders and more! Join us for our annual celebration of some of the “spooky” animals and nature-based traditions associated with Halloween. Come learn about spiders and snakes, and donʼt miss some of the strangest-looking specimens from our collection rooms that rarely see the light of day. Weʼll have crafts, games and magic shows at 11:00 am and noon (space is limited). Admission is free to Peabody Museum members and members of the Yale University community (with ID). $5.00 for Children ages 3 through 18 and College students with ID.
Calvin Hill Day Care & The Kittly Lustman-Findling Kindergarten Open House Where: 150 Highland Street, New Haven (between Whitney Avenue and Prospect Street) When: Saturday, November 6, 2010 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. A daycare, preschool, and kindergarten open house will be held for Parents and Children at the Calvin Hill Day Care Center. For more information, either call Carla Horwitz, Director at 203-764-9350, email [email protected] or visit www.calvinhilldaycare.org.
Ongoing events to catch each week
Childrenʼs Story Hour at the Yale Bookstore Where: The Yale Bookstore, lower level When: Saturdays from 3-4 pm Join us in the Children's Department on the lower level for readings of popular children's books, activities and fun! Please see a bookseller for more details.
Science Saturdays with Professor Ramirez Where: Davis Auditorium, 15 Prospect St., New Haven When: Saturdays from 10:30-12pm Science Saturdays is a special lecture series designed for families that brings the excitement of research and the passion of scientists to school-age children in New Haven. The lectures are free and open to the public, and the topics explored are appropriate for kids in 7th grade and above. Check out www.eng.yale.edu/sciencesat/index.html for more info.
Events at New Haven Free Public Library Family Fun Where: New Haven Public Library, 133 Elm Street, New Haven When: Saturdays from 11-1pm Join for stories, songs, fingerplays and crafts! For children ages 1-6 years with their families.
Family Place with Tatiana Where: New Haven Public Library Fair Haven Branch: 182 Grand Ave, Fair Haven When: Saturdays from 10-11am Sing, dance, and play in this relaxed gathering for children, ages 0-4 years and their care givers. See www.cityofnewhaven.com/library for more info.
WorkLife Resources: WORKLIFE LIBRARY We continue to add more books to the WorkLife Library. This month's featured titles include: • In Addition to Tuition: The Parent's Survival Guide to Freshmen Year of College by Marian Edelman Borden, Mary Anne Burlinson, and Elsie R. Kearns • Passages In Caregiving: Turning Chaos Into Confidence by Gail Sheehy • The Pocket Parent by Gail Reichlin & Caroline Winkler To borrow one of the library books, e-mail [email protected] or call (203) 432-8069. To view our library's complete listing, please go to www.yale.edu/worklife/library or call (203) 432-8069. PARENT REGISTRY The Yale WorkLife Program is creating a “Parent Registry”. The registry is a database of parents who have formerly used child care providers and schools in the Greater New Haven area, and have agreed to serve as references for other Yale University families. This resource can help parents and/or guardians learn more about child care centers, family child care homes, and public and private schools. If you are interested in serving as a reference, or for more information, please e-mail [email protected] or call (203) 432-8069. BACK-UP CHILD CARE Reminder: Current Yale faculty, students, and staff are eligible for 40 hours of subsidized back-up child care per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). It's never too early to register for this service! When traveling for work to meetings or conferences, keep in mind that Caregivers On Call may be able to provide parents with onsite child care. This national network offers access to providers in all 50 states, including major metropolitan areas and smaller communities. For more information go to www.yale.edu/backupcare or call (203) 432-8069. CHILDCARE DIRECTORY: Online Childcare Directory Request a printed copy at [email protected] Be sure to include your name and on-campus address.
To subscribe to WorkLife emails and get more updates: Join the listserv by sending an e-mail to [email protected] with “SUBSCRIBE” in the subject line. For a list of lactation rooms on campus check here http://www.yale.edu/hronline/worklife/documents/LactationRoom1123-09.pdf Weekly Playgroups For a list of playgroups in New Haven, see http://www.yale.edu/oiss/pdf/life/playgroups.pdf Notices: Mothers Needed for Yale Study - EARN $15 Yale researchers are offering $15 to mothers of children 3-8 years old to participate in a study of visual attention and decision-making abilities. Participation takes approximately 45-60 minutes. If interested, please contact Mark by email or phone at [email protected] or 203-903-1312. Thank you.