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Upcoming Community Events

Date of Event: September 11, 2014

Make your voice count!

The Centre for Independent Living Toronto (CILT) and community partners invite you to attend a skills development workshop to prepare for the upcoming elections.

The workshop will discuss issues to be asked of Mayoral/Councillor candidates.  What will they do to improve services for Torontonians living with disabilities?  Collaborate on questions to be posed to all candidates and prepare to participate at the Mayoral debates on Disability Issues on September 22.

Type of Event: Community Event
Date of Event: September 12, 2014

Join fellow SB&H'ers in Toronto and the GTA for the Toronto Taster's Club at:

Location: Mill St. Brew Pub
               21 Tankhouse Lane in the Distillery District,
               (Book Wheeltrans for 55 Mill St. - at Cherry St.)
                
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm

Please RSVP to Steve Kean at 416-214-1056 ext. 26 or skean@sbhao.on.ca

Type of Event: Community Event
Date of Event: September 13, 2014

For youth ages 16-29 with physical disabilities and their friends. A chance for young adults to, hang out, meet new friends and dance. Join us on:

Time: 7:00-10:00 pm
Cost: $3.00
NEW Location: Oriole Community Centre, 2975 Don Mills  Rd. (Don Mills & Sheppard)

DJ, games and snacks will be provided, and attendant services are available.

Type of Event: Community Event
Date of Event: September 13, 2014

The Anne Johnston Health Station's Women's Disability Action Awareness Group (WDAAG) and their women allies present Movie Munchie Night! 

 

Time: 5:30-8:00 pm

Location: Anne Johnston Health Station, 2398 Yonge Street, Toronto

 

Attendant care will be provided.

 

Call Lucy at 416-486-8666 ext. 226 for more information

Type of Event: Community Event
Date of Event: September 22, 2014

How will Toronto's next Mayor Create a more accessible and inclusive Toronto?  Find out by attending the Mayoral Debate on Disability Issues.

When:  Monday, September 22, 2014
Time:  1:00-3:30pm
Where:  Ryerson Student Centre, Tecumseh Auditorium
            55 Gould Street (south-west side of Gould & Church Street)

Moderated by Helen Henderson, Disabilities Journalist.

Type of Event: Community Event