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Groups for Kids & Teens

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Mulberry Public Library

Pokemon Club – select Mondays at 2:30pm

Invent It Makerspace – grades 3 & up – select Mondays from 3-4pm

Paws to Read – select Mondays at 3:30pm – kids can come read to our therapy dogs and gain confidence in yourself!

Come Art with Me – select Tuesdays at 3:30pm

Preschool Story Time – ages 3-5 – Wednesdays at 10:30

Wii Wednesdays – ages 10 & up – Wednesdays at 3pm

Visit their website for a full list of programs for Kids and TEENS! http://mulberrylibrary.com/programs/
Many programs require advance registration.

Good Shepherd Hospice & Bethany Center

Good Shepherd Hospice offers bereavement support for all hospice survivors in addition to ongoing community support groups, including those who have experienced a sudden or unexpected death. There is no charge for bereavement support and services. Individual & family support, as well as adult grief support groups are available.

Children’s Grief Services – Good Shepherd Hospice Bethany Center is a place of hope and healing and provides a special place for children and teens to understand their grief. The caring and professionally trained staff and volunteers are dedicated to providing compassionate grief support to children, ages 3 to 18, and their families.

The Bethany Center offers the following:
–Children and family support groups: Available to adults, teens and children to help facilitate healthy grief work through sharing and creative self-expression. Inside the Bethany Center’s activity rooms, feelings are expressed through art, games and dramatic play.
–Grief Cave: Children are able to write personal messages on the walls of this unique space where their words glow in the dark.
–Camp Brave Heart: Annual spring camp for children ages 6 to 16 who live in Polk, Highlands or Hardee counties.