The Talk: Discussing Sex, Love and Relationships with Your Kids.
Are you ready for “those” conversations? Dr. Eliza Buyers, OBGYN, Medical Director of the Young Women’s Health Program, Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics, will address common misconceptions about sexuality and give tips on starting and maintaining meaningful conversations with your kids from elementary school through adulthood.
Please join Co-Chairs Katharine Honnen & Jackie Millet at Smart-Girl’s Annual Luncheon
Wednesday, April 18th, Infinity Park, 11 AM – 1 PM
To purchase your tickets online, please go to: www.blacktie-colorado.com/rsvp and enter event code: SmartGirl2012
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Interested in becoming a Smart-Girl sponsor? Contact Selene Neuburg at email@example.com
On March 24, 2012, Eileen Fisher is hosting an in-store event to benefit Smart-Girl. A portion of all sales that Saturday will be donated to Smart-Girl. We’ll be there, so stop by and say Hi!
Eileen Fisher is located in Cherry Creek North at 2800 E. 2nd Ave., Denver.
Thank you to Odell Brewing of Ft. Collins for choosing Smart-Girl as a March Charity Partner.
Do you enjoy tasting craft brews? During the month of March, proceeds from the Odell’s tasting room will go to Smart-Girl and another youth mentoring agency.
Odell is the 2nd oldest microbrewery in the state, started in 1989. In the tap room, you can sample their classic beers or try their new pilot brews. Known for blending Belgian and English styles with American creativity, a tasting at Odell’s is sure to please beer aficionados. For more information on the tap room, live music schedule and directions, click here.
This fundraiser is only available to those 21 years and older.
Are you interested in a summer camp that is fun and provides opportunities for your daughter to grow and learn? Then Smart-Girl Summer Leadership Camp is a great choice! Girls entering grades 6th -10th participate in a week long day camp filled with activities that sharpen their critical thinking and communication skills, explore the influence of the media and offer strategies to deal with friendship and bullying issues. Read more about the camp and sign up here.
My Dad Listens To Me: Maintaining Father/Daughter Understanding Through the Years
Enjoy an informative and interactive evening for dads and their daughters. Both you and your daughter will learn about the evolving teen brain and communication skills to increase your understanding of each other. A fun, experiential activity will cap off the evening together!
DATE: Tuesday, January 24, 2012
TIME: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
LOCATION: Hill Middle School, 451 Clermont St., Denver, CO 80220
COST: $25.00 per father/daughter; $10 per additional daughter. Dinner included.
Craig Knippenberg is a licensed social worker, practicing in the Metro Denver area for approxiametly three decades. Knippenberg cousels individuals and families and has developed and expertise serving children and adolescents. Knippenberg received his BA in social work from Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, India and earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work form the University of Denver and holds a Master of Divinity degree (with a focus in pastoral counseling) from Iliff School of Theology in Denver.
If you’re a young woman, age 16 or older, you can become a Smart-Girl mentor and work with middle school girls. Learn leadership skills and get college credit while giving back to the community. We provide the training so that you can successfully lead groups of girls in fun activities where they learn about important topics such as good decision making skills, self-esteem, bullying and body image. To read more about becoming a mentor, click here or go to SGLI Registration and sign up today.