Heritage Potluck, History of Riley Park through the ages, Shakespeare Play and Salmon weaving beds
This is no trick, you’re in for a treat. We’ll have pumpkins to carve and yummy soup to eat!
We’ll light each one up when day turns to night to vote which is best and give everyone a fright!
Soup, bread & drinks will be provided as well as prizes for the most creative pumpkins.
Please bring your pumpkin & carving tools.
100 BLOCK OF DURHAM ST
(If the sky is not leaking - if it’s raining, we’ll meet at the Queen’s Park picnic shelter)
All Welcome! Costumes Optional!
Do you have anyone close who has Dementia?
Do you know anyone who has a family member with Dementia?
Chances are, you do. But, how much do you know about Dementia?
We have no chance to know about dementia.
We have no chance to talk about dementia.
Now is the chance to discuss it!!
Please join us!!
October 27 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm: Author Readings and Book talks
Wherever I Find Myself: Stories by Canadian Immigrant Women, edited by Miriam Matejova
This anthology is by twenty four immigrant women who share their experiences and reminisce pieces of their lives in different countries and corners of the globe.
Two dates will be offered:
October 25 and October 26; 6pm - 9pm