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Especially for Kids

This class, specifically designed for youth, will teach the basics of babysitting, including child safety for all ages, stages of development, activities to do with children, weather safety, basic CPR/AED information and personal safety tips. Class size is limited. This class is designed for youth ages 10-15.

Hello Brother, Hello Sister...
No doubt about it – a child brings changes to every family. Help your young child and/or children feel special while they prepare for the arrival of a new brother or sister. The new big brother or sister will participate in activities to learn important information about welcoming a new baby into the home. For siblings 3-8 years of age and their parents. Siblings attending this class are asked to bring a plain, white (or light) colored t-shirt.

Each participant is asked to register.

Multisport Helmets
80% of bicycle-related head injuries can be prevented with properly fitted bicycle helmets. Multisport helmets provide extra protection for scooter and rollerblade enthusiasts, too. Sizes for toddlers through adults. All helmets are properly fitted to the wearer. Fee: $15.

Daily at St. Nicholas Hospital's Emergency Department.

Available: April through September, Monday-Sunday, 8:00a.m.-Noon each day (based on ER volume there maybe waiting time involved.)

Visit with St. Nicholas
Celebrate St. Nicholas, the Hospital's patron saint who was the friend of all children. Dressed in his traditional red mantle, St. Nicholas will greet children and pass out treats. In keeping with the giving spirit of St. Nicholas, children are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy to put in St. Nicholas' toy chest and/or new mittens, scarves, and hats for the Giving Tree. Gifts will be donated to local service agencies for distribution to children in need in our community. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Entertainment and refreshments are provided. **Please remember to bring your camera to take photos.

St. Nicholas HospitSt. Nicholas Hospital, 3100 Superior Avenue, Sheboygan, WI Ph:920-459-8300
 100 Superior Avenue
 Sheboygan, WI 53081