Frontlines is running its 8-week culinary program for young people, as well as offering hot-cross buns for sale just in time for Easter.
Weston Memorial is fundraising with hoodies, T-shirts and caps. I’m partial to the WM baseball cap myself.
The Learning Enrichment Foundation is growing, and they have bought two properties near their current building (at 1240 and 1246 Weston Road).
On Tuesday, they’ll be holding a virtual information session and consultation.
On Tuesday, March 16, Metrolinx will be answering questions about the Eglinton West extension that will run from Mount Dennis to Renforth Drive.
Unfortunately, I can’t for the life of me figure out how to register for the meeting. Perhaps
you’ll have better luck. You may have to wait until Monday— which Monday isn’t clear.
The York South–Weston Tenant Union will be hosting a
tax-filing session on Friday, March 19 at 7 pm.
Frontlines is running a
novel fundraiser on Friday, February 26 to celebrate Black History Month: a delivered dinner with virtual speakers and performances. Dinner will be prepared by Frontlines Catering and you can pick it up in advance or have it dropped off at your house.
The fundraiser will be Friday, February 26.