Starting Out Strong Program
Starting Out Strong

Is a program for parents, co-parents and other caregivers of young children to learn research-based information about child development, parenting, relationships, and juggling family, work and life. The program is a series of three two-hour classes, held three weeks in a row.

The classes run from 10:00 AM - Noon at the Pepin County Government Center, 740 7th Avenue West, Durand, WI
6:00 - 8:00 PM at the Buffalo County Courthouse, 407 South 2nd Street, Courthouse, Alma, WI

There is a $30.00 charge per person to cover the cost of class materials. Complete the registration and send your payment at least one week before the series you plan on attending. Checks can be made payable to : Pepin County UW-Extension .Your registration will not be complete without payment.

Send your payment to:

UW-Extension Office
PO Box 39
Durand, WI 54736

If you have a financial hardship, you may request a reduced fee by completing the financial hardship section at the bottom of this registration form. You will be notified if your request is approved or not. Financial hardship requests are kept confidential.

To confirm your registration, you must also call or email the Pepin County UW-Extension Office the Monday of the week of the first class at (715) 672-5214 or email . Do NOT expect that you can attend these classes without confirming your registration. Do NOT bring your child(ren) to class.

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