Palo Alto Community Child Care-Paccc


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650 Addison Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94301
(650) 323-4007
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Bubbly rainy day fun at College Terrace Children's Center - A generous donor from PACCC's Online Auction For Kids sponsored this 'extraordinary experience' for ALL of the children to be enchanted and dazzled by the Rebecca Nile, the bubble lady!

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Palo Alto Community Child Care shared Mothers Symposium Palo Alto's event.
Early Bird Special for the 13th Mothers Symposium ends on Feb 15! Be sure to get your tickets today to hear Anne Lamott discuss the Journey of Motherhood Across Generations #annelamott #motherssymposium #parenting #motherhood #paloalto For information and tickets:
This Silicon Valley morning retreat provides the opportunity for local mothers at all stages of parenting to reflect on the profound undertaking of motherhood and celebrate our intersecting journeys. About Anne Lamott: Anne Lamott writes and speaks about subjects that begin with capital letters: Alcoholism, Motherhood, Jesus. But armed with self-effacing humor – she is laugh-out-loud funny – and ruthless honesty, Lamott converts her subjects into enchantment. Actually, she writes about what most of us don’t like to think about. She wrote her first novel for her father, the writer Kenneth Lamott, when he was diagnosed with brain cancer. She has said that the book was “a present to some- one I loved who was going to die.” In all her novels, Anne Lamott writes about loss – loss of loved ones and loss of personal control. She doesn’t try to sugar-coat the sadness, frustration and disappointment, but tells her stories with honesty, compassion and a pureness of voice. She says, “I have a lot of hope and a lot of faith and I struggle to communicate that.” Anne Lamott does communicate her faith; in her books and in person, she lifts, comforts, and inspires, all the while keeping us laughing. Anne Lamott is the author of seven novels including, Hard Laughter, Rosie, Joe Jones, Blue Shoe, All New People, Crooked Little Heart, and Imperfect Birds. She has also written several bestselling books of nonfiction, including, Operating Instructions, an account of life as a single mother during her son’s first year followed by Some Assembly Required: A Journal of My Son’s First Son, and a writing guide; Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life. She has also authored three collections of autobiographical essays on faith; Traveling Mercies: Some Thoughts on Faith, Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith, and Grace (Eventually): Thoughts on Faith. In her latest book of non-fiction, Help, Thanks, Wow: The Three Essential Prayers, Ms. Lamott gives us three prayers to assist us in trying times. Her most recent book is entitled Stitches; A Handbook on Meaning, Hope and Repair, an honest, funny book about how to make sense of life’s chaos (Oct 2013). She is currently working on a new book of essays to be called Small Victories: Spotting Improbable Moments of Grace (November 2014). Lamott has been honored with a Guggenheim Fellowship, and has taught at UC Davis, as well as at writing conferences across the country. Academy Award – winning filmmaker Freida Mock has made a documentary on Lamott, entitled “Bird by Bird with Annie” (1999). Anne Lamott has also been inducted into the California Hall of Fame. We have a limited number of scholarships tickets available for families in financial need, please email for more information.

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