(North Bergen, NJ) – The following is a schedule of upcoming Maternity Classes at Palisades Medical Center. To register or for more information, please call Robin Petrick at 201-295-4823.
Child Birth Classes – Cost is $125 per couple if delivering at PMC; $150 if delivering elsewhere. The more you understand about the process of labor, the better prepared you and your support partner will feel. Classes include: understanding the labor process, breathing and relaxation techniques to work with your body, the role of the support person, options for pain medications and medical interventions, Caesarean birth, understand your changing body after birth, newborn appearance and procedures after birth. The childbirth class also includes a tour of Palisades Medical Center’s labor and delivery unit.
June 15, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
July 20, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
August 10, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
September 14, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Continue reading Palisades Medical Center’s Releases Schedule of Upcoming Maternity Classes
Jersey City, NJ—The Riverview Neighborhood Association (RNA) and Washington Park Association (WPA) will present Movies in the Park(s) on the first four Friday’s in August.
Riverview Park will feature “Young Frankenstein” on August 3 and “True Grit” on August 17. Washington Park will show “Spider Man” on August 10 and “Take the Lead” on August 24. At Riverview Park (Palisade and Griffith) the movies are shown just south of the flagpole. Washington Park will show the movies on the baseball field at Paterson Plank Road and 2nd Street (enter on 2nd Street).
Continue reading Riverview Neighborhood Assoc. AND Washington Park Assoc. to Host August Movies in the Park
While almost all of New Jersey stayed inside during Hurricane Irene; one or a few theives decided it would be the the perfect time to steal the tires off this car in downtown Bayonne.
One neighbor where the car tires was stolen said “You would think they would stay home with their families during a hurricane, you just can’t keep a theif down.”
By Evelyn Bonilla
Each year throughout the United States hundreds of children are reported missing. Victim’s parents search endlessly to no avail and the cries of “why did this happen to my child” go unanswered. In truth, we have to ask ourselves; is there a way to prevent this from happening? Can we prepare our children for the unexpected and teach them; the danger signs and what to look for in order to stay safe? Continue reading “The Karate Kids” Offers Public Awareness in Child Abduction Prevention