The Pollination Project's Salon Series Presents: Vivian Williams-Kurutz, founder of Harlem Wellness Center, Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 5:30-8:30 PM
IF YOU CAN NOT MAKE IT PLEASE LET ME KNOW AS SPACES DO SELL OUT.

In order to be inclusive for all parents, children are welcome to attend. There is a safe living area with a TV and games for them to hang out in or they can join adults for the conversation. If we get enough children we might consider hiring a babysitter, but for the most part, we find that they work fine during the hour and half workshop. Children's laughter or occasional questions are not considered disruptive. We are a cross generational inclusive event.

RIDESHARE IS ENCOURAGED

If you have any questions feel free to email Charles at salons@thepollinationproject.org.

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In order to ensure all parents can attend, children and youth are welcome to attend. There is a safe living area w/ TV and games for them to hang out in (right next to where we will be gathering for the talk) or they can join adults for the salon. If we get enough children we might consider hiring a babysitter, but for the most part, we find that they work fine during the hour and half workshop. We are a cross-generational inclusive event, so minor disruptions from children are not an issue.
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