May 4, 2015

Dr. David Walsh is Coming to Spartanburg to Share a Survival Guide for Parents and Educators


On Thursday, June 4, The Spartanburg Community Indicators Project is inviting anyone who has ever wondered, “Why do that act that way?!” about their child(ren) or students to a special presentation by Dr. David Walsh.

Dr. Walsh is one of the world’s leading authorities on children, teens, parenting, family life, and the impact of technology on children’s health and development. His presentation will provide some insight about “how brain development affects child development, child behavior and parenting, and help answer the question, ‘Why Do They Act That Way?’”.

The best news? Besides figuring out why they act that way, of course … is that this event is free AND a light dinner is provided. This is certainly an opportunity you don’t want to miss! We hope to see you there.


Date:               Thursday, June 4, 2015

Time:               5:00-5:30 pm Reception with a light dinner

5:30-7:00 pm Program

Location:        Spartanburg County Public Libraries, Headquarters Library

Cost:                FREE!

RSVP:              Contact Amy Page at the Mary Black Foundation by MAY 29

apage@maryblackfoundation.org | (864) 398-4274