The Weston Historical Society will be having their annual Jane’s Walk on May 5. They are looking for “organizations, societies, churches, individuals, companies, schools, businesses, etc. who would like to participate.”
Annual Weston Heritage Weekend
The Weston Historical Society would also like to host a first-annual Weston Heritage Weekend on September 22 and 23rd. They’re “looking for people to join a committee to come up with ideas and to help organize the event. The first meeting will be Monday April 30th at 7:00 p.m. at the Weston Historical Society (1901 Weston Road).”
UrbanArts has announced their spring lineup, which includes yoga, dance, comedy, outdoor education, and cooking. You can register for their programs online.
With the weather like this, it’s hard to believe that there ever will be a summer. Nonetheless, Service Canada remains faithful, and will be having a summer jobs fair on January 17th at 5pm at 99D Ingram Drive.
The Toronto Police will also be hiring for their Youth In Policing Initiative. The information is in the poster below.
UrbanArts will be having an open house this Friday at their newly-renovated space at 19 John St. You can learn about the classes, exhibitions, and meet the staff. The event starts at 5 pm and runs until 8.
The city of Toronto will be having a local budget consultation at the Etobicoke Civic Centre, on January 8, starting at 3 pm.
Frontlines hopes you’ll vote for them to receive a $20,000 grant for their Frontburners youth kitchen.
Frontburners helps young people from 18-29 learn with “hands-on training in the kitchen, in-class instruction and food handling training and assist them with finding employment”. Participants also cook for the kids from 6-12 in the after-school programs, and “facilitate workshops to teach them about meal preparation and healthy eating”.
The grant is from Epicure.com’s charitable arm, and the competition is pretty stiff: 15 charitable food organizations across the country are competing—so don’t delay.
Frontlines has really been knocking it out of the park with their culinary skills programs. This week, they catered the local politician’s Holiday Open House (and they would be delighted to cater for your holiday event, too).