EVENTS

Armour Heights Community Centre Programs

Registration for both Children’s programs and Tiny Tots’ programs is now open through the Armour Heights Community Centre website. To register for Tiny Tots classes, click on ‘Tiny Tots Programs‘ in the side bar and follow the registration link. Download the brochure for program information.

Children’s Programs (Ages 4 Years – Teens)

CO-ED & GIRLS-ONLY GYMNASTICS
MONIQUE’S COOKING ADVENTURES • MY LITTLE CHEF • MASTERCHEF ‘TWEEN
ART FOR LITTLE HANDS • BUDDING ARTISTS’ STUDIO
TINY BALLERINAS • HIP-HOP DANCE • MUSICAL THEATRE ARTS
KARATE • FLOOR HOCKEY • BADMINTON
CO-ED & GIRLS-ONLY BASKETBALL
VOLLEYBALL • TAEKWONDO • ARCHERY
GIRLS-ONLY ‘TWEEN FIT

Tiny Tots’ Programs (Ages 3 Months to 4 Years)

CREATIVE MINDS & BODIES • CREATIVE MINDS & BODIES JR.
KINDERYM
MISS LIBBY’S MUSIC AND MORE
DROP-IN PLAY DATE
MOM & BABY YOGA
MY LITTLE ARTIST
MY LITTLE CHEF
JUMP-START SPORTS

If you have trouble registering online, send an email (ahcc@rogers.com) and they will try to assist you.  Please include your phone number.

HELP SPREAD THE WORD – let your friends, family and your children’s school know about these quality, low-cost, after-school programs for children and toddlers. If you’re on a Facebook page or blog about kids programs, please post a recommendation for the centre. Remember, there is free parking at the Community Centre. Thank you for your support!

 

2018 Neighbours’ Night Out

Was held on Tues, June 19th 6:30-8:00 pm outside 2 Haddington Avenue.

Once again, thank you to our local supporters of our 13th annual Neighbours’ Night Out:

  • Baskin Robins for the yummy ice cream
  • Party Rock for the colourful balloons
  • National Bank for supporting the cost of the ice cream and balloons
  • The Miller for the $150 dinner raffle prize
  • York Mills Eye Care for the two pairs of sunglasses for the raffle

And a big thank you to the SAHRA Directors as well as adult and student Volunteers who helped out at the event.  A good time was had by all!

Pictures x3 2018 Pictures 2018 Neighbours Night Out

 

SAHRA Annual General Meeting April 11, 2018

The Annual General Meeting was held on
Wed, April 11 7:00-8:00 p.m.
at Armour Heights Presbyterian Church, 105 Wilson Avenue

Agenda
Welcome and Introductions
Approval of Minutes of 2017 AGM
Treasurer’s Report 2017
Waiver of Audit
Call for nominations/election of SAHRA Directors
Election of Officers
SAHRA’s Report for 2017
New Business

 

 

T.A.N.G. Open House – April 12, 2018

It has been six years since T.A.N.G. began their advocacy on the issue of aircraft noise in our neighbourhoods and they are still at it! There have been countless meetings with elected officials at all levels and a number of independent studies, third party reviews and consultations initiated by NAV CANADA and the GTAA. TANG has been a respected, full time participant at all these events and continues to lend its voice on your behalf for a fair, balanced approach to flight path routes and airspace implementations.

They are pleased to inform you that a number of the “technical” initiatives we proposed have been successfully studied and will soon be implemented. Some include a retrofit (installation of a vortex generator) of noisy aircraft, some changes to increase aircraft altitudes on arrival and a new route for restricted hours (12:30am to 6:29am) flights. They welcome these positive changes.

What remains unresolved is the disproportionate utilization of runways at Pearson Airport. Our communities, affected by airspace changes in 2012, still account for 40 percent of all arrivals! Recently published data from the GTAA indicate that our current, annual flights of 88,000 flights (2017) will grow to over 120,000 because of projected growth plans at Pearson.

On the evening of April 12, 2018 at 7:00 the GTAA will be hosting a Community Open House at the Leaside Gardens (William Lea Tea Room) to discuss their airport operations and noise abatement initiatives. The “come and go” format allows residents to get answers to their questions without having to sit through a long presentation they don’t understand. It is crucial that a large number of residents attend this event as a demonstration of our communities support of TANG and the aviation noise issue. Numbers mean everything at this point of our advocacy. Our elected officials have been invited to attend.

Please see the link below for more information about the public meetings and how to register for the event. If you can’t attend the event we encourage you to fill out the online survey.
torontopearson.com/conversations

 

Fairlawn United Church Book Sale (April 26-28)

A huge selection of gently used books, CDs and DVDs will be available April 26-28 at Fairlawn Avenue United Church.  Details: April 26 6-9 pm / April 27 12-9 pm / April 28 10am – 1 pm. The church is located at 28 Fairlawn Avenue, five blocks north of Lawrence Ave just west of Yonge St.  For more information, visit the website at www.fairlawnchurch.ca/booksale or call 416-481-6848.

 

Armour Heights Presbyterian Church Rummage Sale (April 28)

There will be a Rummage Sale happening at Armour Heights Presbyterian Church located at 105 Wilson Avenue on Saturday, April 28 10:00am to 2:00 pm.  Will include linens, furniture, collectibles, art, housewares, electronic items, toys, books, records, sports equipment, accessories and jewellery.

 

Attendance at OMB Hearing on May 22 to June 1

So that the OMB Panel Member appreciates the concern that our Community has for the proposed development at 250 Lawrence Avenue West, it will be important that Residents attend the OMB Hearing which is scheduled to run for 9 days from May 22 to June 1.  It will be especially important that as many Residents as possible attend the May 22 session.  If you are able to volunteer your time to attend the Hearing on May 22 and/or any subsequent days, please contact Linda McCarthy at lyttonparkresidentsorg@gmail.com to sign up and to obtain details.

 

Community Environment Days

The local Councillors will be hosting the annual Community Environment Days. The Councillors Carmichael Greb and Matlow events will take place in the parking lot of North Toronto Memorial Arena (174 Orchard View Blvd). Councillor Robinson’s event will take place at York Mills Collegiate.  You can drop off unwanted art supplies, books, toys, and used sports equipment. Facilities will be available to dispose of computers and other hazardous household waste, or to replace your damaged green bin.

  • Sponsored by Councillor Christin Carmichael Greb, Ward 16 on Tuesday, June 19 4:00-8:00 pm at the NTMA
  • Sponsored by Councillor Josh Matlow, Ward 22 on Thursday, May 31 4:00-8:00 pm at the NTMA
  • Sponsored by Councillor Jaye Robinson, Ward 25 on Saturday, May 5 10:00 am-2:00 pm (York Mills Collegiate, 490 York Mills Road)

 

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