Share the Love free community breakfast with international keynote speaker
KINGS BEACH, Calif. — Tahoe’s Connection for Families will host a free community breakfast Friday, Feb. 8.
The nonprofit’s Share the Love free community breakfast will take place at the North Tahoe Events Center in Kings Beach.
Aside from the breakfast, the event will feature David Rendall, an international keynote speaker and author. Rendall will lead a session on “Freak Factor for Families” building off his books “Freak Factor” and “Freak Factor for Kids.”
Parents may think their children are too loud or too quiet, too hyperactive or too sedentary, too organized or too messy. Instead of trying to change these traits, attendees will learn how to frame unique characteristics in a positive way to help kids become more of who they are, not turn them into someone else. The workshop will focus on encouraging kids to be more different and more unique, not more average and more mediocre.
“What makes us weird also makes us wonderful. What makes us weak also makes us strong,” said Rendall.
This free community breakfast and workshop is part of TCF’s Share the Love campaign this February to give back to the community. Attendees will have a light breakfast, receive a free copy of “Freak Factor” and other promotional materials from sponsors. At the end of the event participants will have the opportunity to donate to Tahoe’s Connection for Families if they wish.
“We’re excited to host this free event and offer such a wonderful opportunity to our amazing community,” Kim Warren, TCF executive director, said in a press release. “We want to share the love and give back for all the support TCF has received over the years.”
The event will take place 9-10:30 a.m. Feb. 8 at the North Tahoe Events Center. Pre-registration is required to receive the free book and materials. Visit http://www.tcfkids.org to register or call 775-832-8230 for more information.
Sponsorship opportunities are available at the $250 and $1,000 levels. Call TCF to learn more about being a sponsor.
Tahoe’s Connection for Families is a nonprofit in Incline Village that “empowers families through parenting education, child learning experiences, and a supportive community,” according to the organization.
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