EVENTS

Armour Heights Community Centre Spring Program

The Armour Heights Community Centre poster  on Children’s and Tiny Tots is attached for Spring 2019 programs.  The goal of this not-for-profit community group is to provide our community with quality daytime, after-school, weekend and summer programming for infants, toddlers, children and teens.
AHCC Spring Poster 2019

  

Whose Opera

Join Armour Heights Church in watching “Whose Opera Is It Anyway?”, a hilarious marriage of opera and comedy inspired by the famous TV show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”.  The free-will offering received will be eligible for a tax receipt and will benefit Loose Tea Music Theatre and ARISE Ministry. Friday  May 10 7:00 p.m. at Armour Heights Church (105 Wilson Avenue).
WHOSE OPERA

 

Lunch & Learn – Let’s talk about Brain Health

Join a Lunch & Learn featuring Pharmacist Cinzia Cifarelli who will discuss issues related to Brain Health, Vaccines and Vitamin Interactions with Medications on Tuesday, May 21 from 12 – 2 pm at Armour Heights Church (105 Wilson Avenue).  For details, call 416-485-4000.
Brain Health Lunch Learn May 21 2019

 

Community Cafe – Personhood, Community & Fullness of Being

An interactive discussion led by Jane Teasdale of Mosaic Home Care & Community Resource Centres.  What makes an individual a person? What qualities in relationships and community best reduce loneliness? Tuesday, May 28, 2019 10:30-11:30 a.m.  For more information about the program, call 416-485-4000/visit www.armourheights.org/or email [email protected]
Community Cafe May 28

 

Community Yard Sales  Sat, June 1  8:00 am to Noon (Rain or Shine)

The Lytton Park Residents’ Organization (the area south of Lawrence) and the Bedford Park Residents Organization (north of Lawrence) have organized a Community Yard Sale event to take place on Saturday, June 1.  Great treasures could be found!  For more information and to find locations of the participating homes, go to the following websites or check BPRO’s map below:
South of Lawrence https://lpro.wordpress.com/community-yard-sale/ and scroll down to the ‘Map of 2019 Participants
North of Lawrence https://www.bprotoronto.ca/community-yard-sale/

Click on the square in the top left corner of the map to see the detailed list of participating locations.
Or, click on the square in the top right corner of the map to enlarge the map and index together.


Community Environment Day

On Thursday, June 6th from 4:00pm-8:00pm, Councillors Mike Colle and Josh Matlow will be hosting the annual Community Environment Day in the parking lot of North Toronto Memorial Arena (174 Orchard View Blvd). Please drop off any unwanted art supplies, books, toys, and used sports equipment. Facilities will be available to dispose of computers and other hazardous household waste, or even replace your damaged green bin.

 

ROM – 3rd Monday Nights Free

The Royal Ontario Museum has announced a new initiative that will enable members of the public to visit the Museum free of charge once a month.  3rd Monday Nights Free furthers their commitment to provide greater access to the Museum and open the doors of the ROM to as many visitors as possible.  This program is supported by the TD Bank Group and The Bennett Family Foundation.  The program was launched on April 15th.  The ROM is offering the public complimentary access to the Museum’s 40 galleries, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month.  Entry to feature exhibitions such as Zuul: Life of an Armoured Dinosaur and Treasures of a Desert Kingdom: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur will be separately ticketed and subject to a surcharge.  Working with their community partners, these evenings will also feature local artists and performers, further enhancing the Monday night experience.

 

Interested in Organized Walks?

Review the following websites for Walks of interest to you.

ROM Walks

The Program for the 2019 Season is available on their site in pdf format.  Most of the ROM walks are free and you do not have to be a Member, but there are some walks that are for Members only.

https://wwwrom.on.ca/en/whats-on/romwalks

Heritage Toronto Walks

Heritage Toronto has not published their 2019 Program but it is to be available shortly.

http://heritagetoronto.org/programs/tours/

Rouge River National Park

Guided tours are available.  The Program for April 2019 is available on their site.

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge/activ/guide

 

COMMUNITY CAFÉ

COMMUNITY CAFÉ is a pilot project organized by the Health Ministry Team of the Armour Heights Presbyterian Church and Mosaic Community Resource Centre. Mosaic will provide a facilitator and Armour Heights will host. This is an opportunity for seniors to gather, share, listen and engage in various topics of broad interest. Unlike our lunch and learn events which are more focussed on listening, community café is intended to include more engaged participation to exercise the mind and spirit toward greater health long term. Topics will be announced each month.

Yoga Dance in Chairs
Chair Yoga is an enjoyable and effective form of exercise.  It’s specifically designed for those who move with greater ease in or with the support of a chair.  This program combines the benefits of yoga and dacing, into a complete body, mind and spirit workout.

Date: Tuesday, April 30 2019

Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Address:              105 Wilson Avenue

RRSP to attend to the church office at 416-485-4000.
No charge for the event.  Lunch provided after the Yoga Session.

 

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