Today is the Harvest Celebration Open House at the East York Community Centre at 1081 1/2 Pape Ave from 1-4pm.
If you are volunteering, please arrive at 11:30am to help set up.
The forecast is 12 degrees today and cloudy. We will have some activities and the BBQ outside in the garden, so please dress appropriately for a crisp, autumn day.
Thanks and see you later today!
We are looking for volunteers to help us on Sunday, October 5th during our Harvest Celebration Open House.
We are seeking people who can help with set-up/clean-up of the tent, tables and signs, cooking in the kitchen, serving food, helping with art and garden activities for children and youth, etc.
We are also seeking a community member who would be willing to talk briefly about their experience with the community kitchen during our speeches.
Set-up will begin at 11:30am on Sunday. Please let me know if you are able to lend a helping hand.
If you cannot volunteer, I hope you will still show your support for East York Neighbourhood Initiatives by attending the event and taking part in the festivities.
Our Harvest Celebration Open House will be on Sunday, October 5th from 1-4pm. Please come out to enjoy the activities and food and support East York Neighbourhood Initiatives and Kennedy House.
Save the Date! Please join us on Sunday, October 5, 2014 from 1-4pm for our Harvest Celebration Open House at the East York Community Centre (1081 1/2 Pape Ave). More details to come soon!
Diabetes in the Real World
The Diabetes in the Real World Committee in partnership with the Good Food Market is in the midst of planning a fun filled event with a focus on Diabetes and Healthy Eating on a budget. Come out and shop at the Good Food Market, play interactive games where you can test your knowledge, see a Tai Chi demonstration, learn about community resources, get a healthy snack , learn about ideas around eating healthy on a budget and last but not least there will be opportunities to win prizes.
Tuesday, August 19th, 2014, 2-6:pm in the courtyard between SRCHC and the Queen Street East Presbyterian Church. Everyone Welcome!