A family Gathering .
Abstract painting for the whole family .
Fun day with paint , your choice of color with a day full of Healthy physical activity.
You bring yourselves ,we provide you with everything from paint to snacks ,cold,and warm beverages.
A cozy friendly place to get together ,get to know our neighbors, and children find some new friends .
You will be happy you made it to today's event .
Gordon neighborhood house brings us all together .
Please join us this Oct/26/2019 for a hopefully enjoyable day with your neighbors.
A family Gathering .
We will invite 20 to 50 people from neighborhoods from different countries to participate in this event, after effective results, further extended to the rest of the population. Enable participants to understand and exchange the following knowledge, the mechanism, prevention and treatment of Hypertension, hyperlipidemia, hyperglycemia and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases in the elderly. Senior medical experts are invited to give lectures, teach medical knowledge and answer questions, and invite other members of the community to attend the Exchange.
Apples. Pick ‘em. Share 'em. Wash ‘em. Chop ‘em. Smash ‘em. Press ‘em. Jar ‘em. Drink ‘em.
What? Come on out and join your neighbours in celebrating the fall harvest by learning first-hand how to press apples and bring home some fresh (non-alcoholic) apple cider!
This will be a relaxed, informative and interactive event. No need to stress! This is your chance to ask questions, learn your options and connect with others in the New West community. This event is sponsored by the Vancouver Foundation and Neighborhoods Small Grants.
You do not have to wait until you have a diagnosis or be actively dying to prepare for your future. Details around death can be approached with ease before we die. Exploring and reviewing what is most important to you provides the opportunity to make changes you need to feel complete.
During the Fall (2019), we are holding a 3-part live storytelling series at Restore Human in Vancouver's Kitsilano neighbourhood. Traditionally səl̓ilwətaɁɬ təməxʷ (Tsleil-Waututh), Skwxwú7mesh-ulh Temíx̱w (Squamish), S’ólh Téméxw (Stó:lō), Stz'uminus, xʷməθkʷəy̓əm territories. An extension of a previously NSG funded project (Expressions of Self), this series centers the themes: survival, resilience, and healing.