Toronto Public Health’s ‘Vaccine Preventable Diseases Program’ will be holding community flu clinics as part of the Influenza Immunization Campaign.
Free flu shots will be available at multiple locations from October 27 to December 10 and then from January 16 to January 19.
For more information visit: http://www.toronto.ca/health
For a schedule of dates and times please see the attached .pdf: Flu Shots Schedule
I Just wanted to send out a reminder to Ward 14 residents about our upcoming meeting regarding the proposed library reductions. These reductions will have an adverse effect on our Public Library system – a system that has seen growing demand and must be protected.
The suggested service reductions that would affect Ward 14 residents include:
- Fewer new titles and copies of books, audiobooks, DVDs and magazines available in library branches; and reduced open hours:
- Parkdale Public Library Branch: a 13 hour reduction each week from 69 to 56 hrs/wk,
- High Park Public Library: a 6 hour reduction each week from 62 to 56 hrs/wk.
Please come out to share your comments/concerns about library cuts, and stories about how the library enriches your life and your community.
Monday November 7, 2011, 7 PM
Parkdale Library Branch
1303 Queen Street West
All are welcome!
If you would like a hard copy of this invitation please see: Library Meeting Flyer
Toronto City Councillor
Ward 14, Parkdale-High Park
Toronto Park People are having a community gathering at the Sorauren Park Fieldhouse (50 Wabash Avenue) to meet and connect with “park people” in Ward 14 and around the city.
Everyone is invited to come out Tuesday November 8 at 6:30pm to discuss ideas on how to protect, build, and sustain parks given the city’s current situation and the new Parks Plan consultation.
The evening will start off with the Sorauren Park Advisory Committee giving a talk on the great projects and activities they’ve brought to their local park. The highlight will be discussing their plans for a great new town square in their park. Further, Park People has prepared a list of draft ideas that they would like to present and discuss with people who care about our parks. This is an opportunity to give feedback and provide input into an important report to be released in the coming weeks.
For more information about the event and Park People see: Park People – November 8th Event