FREE TENNIS LESSONS!

 

This fun introductory set of lessons will focus on all aspects of the game. No experience is necessary, but if you are already at a beginner’s level you will still have the opportunity to improve your skills.

The program will run for 8 weeks. Beginners Sessions on Mondays
Intermediate Sessions on Wednesdays
*Please note intermediate sessions are for previous participants.

WHEN?
Starts Monday, July 7, 2014 Lessons available Mondays (Beginners) or Wednesday (Intermediate), 6:15-7:45pm. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!
WHO?
Kingston-Galloway/Orton Park(KGO) and Mornelle Court children and youth ages 6 to 15 years old

WHERE?
The beautiful University of Toronto Scarborough Tennis Club
131 Old Kingston Rd.

HOW DO I GET THERE?
Bus pick-up locations will be set-up in KGO and Mornelle Court. The bus will be supervised by staff.
FREE

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
Spots are limited so please register as soon as possible to reserve your spot.
To register:
Call or visit the East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club @ 416-281-0262, 100 Galloway Rd
OR
                       Pick-up a registration form at                              The Storefront, 4040 Lawrence Ave.

Summer Tennis Poster (1)

May 5th Sardine Walk

Want to travel with TTCriders on an overcrowded TTC bus to demand Queen’s Park fairly fund the TTC?

Of course you do.  Join TTCriders and friends as we travel in an overcrowded oversized bus from City Hall to Queen’s Park to demand the province give more funding to the TTC so riders can have better service and lower fares.

Meet at Nathan Philips Square outside City Hall and march to Queen’s Park @ 5pm Mon. May 5.   (City Hall is located at 100 Queen Street West.)

Rally in front of Queen’s Park Legislature @ 5.45 pm Mon. May 5.

(Queen’s Park is located just north of the College St and University Ave intersection.)

It is super important that we call for lower fares and better service at this time because the provincial political parties are deciding how much money to give to public transit right now.

RSVP to join TTCriders and friends on the overcrowded bus ride @ http://www.ttcriders.ca/join-us-in-the-overcrowded-bus-march-to-queens-park-for-more-service-and-lower-fares/.

Donate $50 to help us pay for props, tokens for low-income people so they can attend, placards, and more @  http://www.ttcriders.ca/donate/

Become a TTCriders member @ http://www.ttcriders.ca/become-a-ttcriders-member/

Questions?  Email info@ttcriders.ca

Endorsed by Social Planning Toronto, Scarborough Transit Action, Respect Scarborough, and the Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter

Share your rain and ice storm experience

The City of Toronto is inviting you to speak your mind about last July’s flood and last December’s ice storm. Officials are inviting residents to tell them from May 9 to May 30 what worked well in their neighbourhoods,  what needs improving and how the city can support residents in future weather emergencies.

Visit www.toronto.ca/weatherprooftoronto.

A public consultation is being held Monday, May 12 from 6 to 9pm at Scarborough Civic Centre

BE A DONOR!!!

Scarborough is lagging behind in donating tissues and organs. About 24% of people in Ontario are registered to donate, and approximately 15% in Greater Toronto leaving Scarborough at 10%.

That’s not enough, Trillium Gift of Life Network CEO Ronnie Gavsie told Scarborough Community Council on Tuesday. Not in a province where 1,500 people are on the “most urgent” list for transplants and, every three days, one of them dies waiting.

More on donor registration in Toronto and how to get involved is at beadonor.ca/toronto