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Kids’ Night Out


Kids’ Night Out provides a safe and fun-filled environment for children while Mom and Dad enjoy an evening on the town. Each child brings his/her own dinner after which they enjoy free-play time, an organized activity or craft, time in our bounce house, and on special days maybe a cool treat at the Kona Ice Truck!

AGES

Children under the age of 2 will remain in their classroom for the evening. Children age 3 and up will have organized activities in the Sports and Rec Center and will also engage in a craft, game, and/or movie with a light snack offered. Children must be at least 12 weeks of age and must not have entered 6th grade.  Any child registered as a 4-year-old must be potty-trained.


LOCATION

KNO is held in the Nursery wing, located near the North Entrance. Please park on the north side of the building and enter through the front doors. Look for the festive signs!


2019 DATES

Saturday, January 12  |  5-9 PM

Saturday, February 9  |  5-9 PM | Register

Saturday, April 13  |  5-9 PM | Register

Saturday, May 11  |  5-9 PM | Register

*To receive the $5 discount for registering multiple children, please input coupon code: MULTI


If your child(ren) participated in Vacation Bible School 2018, you will not need to complete a new medical release form. If we do not have a medical release on file for each child or if your information has changed, you will need to complete a new Medical Release form(linked to form below).

*In order for your child to have a good experience, we need to have a minimum of 18 children each KNO. In the event of a cancellation, you will be notified ahead of time using the contact information provided during registration.

* Once registration is complete dates will not be able to change or swap, and no refunds will be available.

For more information and registration, please contact Meredith McBride.


 

Youth Next Step


12th Grade Students & Parents

Our Seniors and their parents are invited to join us during the 9:45 a.m. Sunday school hour for a four-part series to gain some insightful knowledge that will help ease the college transition. Registration is not required, and there is no cost to attend. Breakfast and coffee will be served. We hope to see you in the Sports & Rec Loft (2nd floor) on the dates below.

Feb 17: Time Management (Bill Baxley, guest speaker)
Practical guides to help in balancing your time; considering short-term and long-term goals; developing systems to evaluate which things are worthy of your time; prioritizing; and discovering how to make the most of the time you have!

March 24: The Riveting World of Finances (TBA, guest speaker)
You’ll find out practical suggestions for handling financial matters and budgeting while away from home; understanding the seriousness of debt and the length of time required to pay off debt; compounding interest rates on loans and credit cards; and how to make spending a spiritual matter.

April 14: Legal Matters (Nick Nicholas, guest speaker)
Discussions focusing on the legal responsibilities of being 18 (an adult); considering the responsibility of binding contracts such as (apartments, fraternity house, etc.); and learning what it means to be “guilty by association”, long-term consequences for poor choices, and more.

May 5: Mental Health (Laurie Kendig, Amanda Kendig, guest speaker)
Presentation will cover common mental health issues in college and young adulthood. Students will learn how to recognize when you or someone you know is experiencing stress, anxiety or depression, healthy coping skills to use and where to get help if you need it. Will also cover proactive steps parents can take to support your teen.