Storytelling has been one of our most fundamental communication methods for thousands of years. Come learn some fun Felton facts through storytelling by the well beyond educated local historian, Randy Brown.
Play facilitates language!
Join Jessica O’Brien, a speech-language pathologist with 7+ years in the field, for a Nook specializing in early intervention.
Your toddlers will enjoy play-based activities that promote language growth and expansion. Your infants will benefit from foundational language skills: engagement and imitation.
Come and PLAY with Jessica and Nook-mates!
Come check out what the new buzz in town is all about – not-staying-at home with kids and your day job at The Satellite Felton.
Come explore Mother Earth’s beauty and magic in this four week creative workshop. We will look at minerals, water, plants, and creatures….exploring their benefits of healing and other magic gifts.
The Satellite Felton has linked up with an organization that’s been popping up in coworking spaces throughout the entire Bay Area – Parents’ Nook.
Wine, appetizers, a display of original paintings, handmade jewelry and crafts displayed in the comfort of The Satellite Felton make this a great setting for a casual and free social mixer. Don’t Miss Out!
The Gift of Speed . . . High-Speed Internet Through Fiber Optics at The Satellite Felton.
Parents’ Nook is an on-demand parent care solution that caters to immediate needs of parents to socialize, rest, or work on site while providing a supervised open-ended natural materials playspace for the child in parallel. Healthful food and drink is either offered free or available for purchase (or both).
This Friday, Parents’ Nook will have a WINTER ARTS AND CRAFTS session at The Satellite Felton. Don’t miss out on this “kids workshop” that will teach different techniques on how to see and make art with everyday items, while you, the parent, have time to get to that long list of “To-Do’s” in the peace and comfort in one of The Satellite Felton’s Cafe Space or Workstations.
Long-term Satellite Felton member– FreeLance Historian, Randall Brown, has dug-up and retracted a “historical point of reference”: when Felton made it to the big screen in Tinseltown, Hollywood CA, in 1917. Free Admission, don’t miss out!