Arts, Music, Dance

¡Imagine That!

Date(s): 
Mon, 03/13/2017 - 09:00 to Fri, 03/17/2017 - 16:00
Contact name: 
Melisa or Valerie

!Imagine That! March Break Camp will be offered from March 13-17 2017. The focus of the programming for this week is to create spaces for children to use their imagination and creativity. It will bring together the elements of recreation, cooking, conversations on food justice, Indigenous peoples of the Americas' connection to food, physical activity, skill development (communication, teamwork, leadership), visual arts (plaster mask making), and use of recyclable materials to create a special project conceptualized and led by the group of children at the camp.

CALLING ALL WOMXN FASHIONISTAS! Jacket Painting Workshop on March 9th

Date(s): 
Thu, 03/09/2017 -
18:00 to 21:00

CALLING ALL WOMXN FASHIONISTAS! CALLING ALL STORYTELLERS!

 

Interested in exploring self-development through fashion? The Original Smiths (OGSmiths) presents our first of many fashion workshops with a twist. 2017 is the year for breaking old habits, trying new things and taking risks.

 

Resiliency: Mental Wellness

Date(s): 
Sun, 01/29/2017 - 15:30

Beautiful Minds' will be hosting a workshop on Resiliency this Sunday in Scarborough at Don Montgomery Comunity Centre at 3:30pm. We will have a featured guest Randell from R.I.S.E and a yoga workshop following this . The event is free and for youth 13-29 years old. 

Legacy Awards 2017

Date(s): 
Tue, 04/18/2017 - 19:00

Do You Know An Amazing Volunteer?

Let Volunteer Toronto know about the great things they’ve done and they could receive a Volunteer Toronto Legacy Award! Each National Volunteer Week, Volunteer Toronto presents 25 of the city’s most exceptional volunteers with a Legacy Award to recognize their contributions to the community. Visit www.volunteertoronto.ca/legacyawards to find out more and nominate someone today! Nominations are being accepted until January 31st 2017.

Invitation: Same-sex Marriage in Asian Communities, Film Screening & Panel Discussion

Date(s): 
Thu, 12/08/2016 -
19:00 to 21:00

Asian Community AIDS Services would like to invite you to a special film screening this Thursday December 8 of Different Path Same Way followed by a panel discussion. The panel discussion will consist of a gay couple, a lesbian couple, and a parent with an LGBTQ child to talk about their experiences and the issues that face the Asian community when it comes to being LGBTQ. 
 

YOUTH NIGHT - FREE UP FRIDAY *FREE EVENT*

Date(s): 
Fri, 12/16/2016 - 18:00

CALLING ALL YOUTH AND YOUTH WORKERS!

This is Malvern Family Resource Centre's Last Youth Night for the Year of 2016!!!!

JOIN US for FREE UP FRIDAY

DECEMBER 16th @ 90 Littles Road, from 6 pm - 9 pm

Did we mention this is FREE?
 

We will have fun games and activities as well as FREE FOOD!

What to expect:

Women in the Workplace

Date(s): 
Sat, 11/12/2016 - 12:30

We are hosting a Female Career Day Event on Nov 12th at 12:30pm at the Flemingdon Park Library in the Auditorium.  The event will feature a meet and greet with over 15 amazing women in different careers. Some of our speakers include: Nurses, ECE, High School Teacher, Director, City Workers, Employment Workers, Film Producers , Radio Host and more! There will be pizza, prizes and the event will conclude with a Zumba session ( so wear comfortable clothing)! Self-identified female youth are welcome to join ages 12-29 year old. We hop to see you there!

POV 3RD STREET IS LOOKING FOR APPLICANTS FOR OUR MEDIA TRAINING PROGRAM

POV 3RD STREET IS LOOKING FOR APPLICANTS FOR OUR MEDIA TRAINING PROGRAM Looking to build your skills in creating compelling content? Passionate about developing your voice and storytelling skills? Interested in a career in the media? The Media Training Program is a 20-week capacity building a program that works with aspiring media creators between the ages of 18-29 to develop and distribute compelling digital media content while providing essential leadership and industry-recognized soft skills.

Introducing Physical Literacy

Date(s): 
Tue, 11/15/2016 -
17:00 to 19:00

The Sweat Stain Collective will use physical literacy to discuss the social realities of youth in Scarborough. The workshop focus on exploring the idea of consent specific to street harassment through physical literacy (e.g. situational awareness and non-verbal/verbal communication). Participants get to participate in a few beginner sport drills as well as playing a game basketball to explore these topics. By applying skills used when being physically active to real-life situations, the goal of this workshop is to highlight to students what physical literacy is.

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