East Scarborough Storefront will be celebrating the opening of our Eco-Food Hub, and the launch of our new book!by Dip H - May 23rd, 2012
East Scarborough Storefront will be celebrating the opening of our Eco-Food Hub, and the launch of our new book!
Thursday, June 14th
4040 Lawrence Ave E
For more info call: 416-208-9889
Learn to Play Tenis for FREE this Summer – for more info call Dustin at 416 805 8954
SUNDAY MAY 27TH
9AM TO 1 PM
CURRAN HALL COMMUNITY CENTRE AND
BOTANY HILL PARK, 277 ORTON PARK ROAD
Free compost for the garden, bring your own shovels and containers, pick-up starts at 8:30 – Compost Courtesy of Councillor Paul Ainslie •
Participate in the annual Plant Swap or Share
Organized and hosted by the Curran Hall Community Association in partnership
with the City of Toronto Parks Forestry and Recreation and many others.
For more information or to contact visit; www.curranhall.ca
- bring labelled perennial plants divided from your garden to swap with other gardeners or donate to new gardeners. Limited quantities of perennials will be available for new gardeners.
Green your home and community, find out about local community projects, events and green resources to benefit your home, your garden, and community, at staffed information tables in the community centreand outside. Questions and discussions expected and appreciated!.
• Visit the Parks and Recreation table to discuss with staff exciting recreation programs and summer camps close to home
• Learn about
urban wildlife from the experts and more!
What kind of space does your neighbourhood need to make art, music, dance? To film, play, practice and perform? We’re coming to your neighbourhood to hear your thoughts. We want to know what’s needed, who needs it, and how we might work together to help make space for culture in your community.
Making space for culture is a major recommendation of the Creative Capital Gains report, unanimously adopted by Toronto City Council in May 2011. Finding, building, and sustaining cultural space requires partners from all sectors, private, non-profit, and government. In order to make wise, long-term plans, Toronto Cultural Services has embarked on a ward-by-ward consultation and planning process to determine local priorities. Twenty ward consultations will be conducted in 2012; more information is available here: http://www.toronto.ca/culture/cultural-spaces.htm
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-392-7367
Community Resource Specialist, Full time
Community/ Employment Resource Worker – Summer Position
Need to study for your G1 driver’s test?
DRIVER’S HANDBOOK AVAILABLE!
At the East Scarborough Storefront
Ask the Front Desk for Details OR Call: 416-208-9889
Kingston-Galloway/Orton Park JOB FAIR
Thursday April 26, 2012
12:00 to 3:00 PM
The Community Room at
4175 Lawrence Ave East
Full & Part Time Positions Available:
Personal Support Worker
Business Development Insurance Agent
Student Positions Available:
Summer Camp Leader
Food Service Program
Mobile Recreation Staff
* Want Help Preparing Your Resume for the Job Fair?
Drop by the employment lab at East Scarborough Storefront (4040 Lawrence Ave) Wednesday April 25, 2012 any time from 10AM to 4PM· Customizing a Resume
· Get comfortable approaching potential employers
· Develop your 30 Second Infomercial
Preparation is the key to Success!