Are you wondering when you should start talking to your kids about the birds and the bees? Are you unsure of what to say and how to say it? Do you have to have these conversations with your kids? Come find out the answers to these and many other questions on Wednesday, October 13 at 6:30p at St. John’s and join us for a lively and engaging lecture with parent and sexual health educator Amy Lang, MA. Amy’s lecture, Birds + Bees + YOUR Kids, is for parents of elementary school age children and older. This interactive talk helps parents understand the need to start the conversations early and continue them throughout childhood and adolescence. Parents learn what works for kids, have time to talk about their own experiences and values, and learn about teen sexual behavior in an open and candid atmosphere. A sexual health educator for over 20 years, Amy teaches parents and other folks how to talk to kids of any age about the birds and bees. She is the author of the Mom’s Choice Award winning Birds + Bees + YOUR Kids – A Guide to Sharing Your Beliefs About Sexuality, Love and Relationships and The Ask ANYTHING Journal. She is a popular speaker at schools and parent organizations in the greater Seattle area. To learn more about Amy and her programs you can visit her website at www.birdsandbeesandkids.com. This event is free and open to the public. Childcare is provided and no registration is required. St. John’s is located at 105 State Street in downtown Kirkland. Contact phone is 425-827-3077.