Green 13 Members Recognized in WWF Canada’s 2011 Annual Report

Posted on December 6, 2011

Congratulations to Green 13 who were recognized in WWF Canada’s 2011 Annual Report (see page 24 for a great story wwfcanada2011)  among its profiles of outstanding citizens nationwide for environmental stewardship. To learn more about Green13 visit: green 13

During Earth Hour in March 2011, a flash mob made its way through Parkdale and Roncesvalles Villages.

If you haven’t seen the video make sure to check it out at: Roncesvalles-Parkdale Earth Hour Flash Mob

NEW General Interest/Adult/Seniors Programs Being Offered at West Toronto Collegiate

Posted on December 6, 2011


Starting in January, West Toronto Collegiate (330 Lansdowne Ave, just north of Dundas) is hosting Toronto District School Board Learn4Life programs and will have 35 daytime General Interest courses running in January:  e.g. Bridge, Computer Applications for Everyday Life, French, Italian, Mandarin,Sewing,  Cooking, Yoga, Zumba, Egyptian Belly Dancing, Painting, Digital Video, Interior Design, Sushi Making, to name a few. Parents/guardians and any adults 18 years and older are welcome to join us. Classes run during daytime hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and begin the week of January 9, 2012. This program offers you an opportunity to relax,get fit, create a work of art, or learn a new skill or language


Detailed information about courses, and registration, is available online at: Learn4Life or call or call 416-338-4111 for more information.


As well, beginning January 9, 2012 the Toronto District School Board is offering an ESL Literacy Classes for Adults. Classes will run Monday to Friday from 9am to 2:30pm. For more information, please call 416-338-4300 or West



Sorauren Park Town Square Fundraising Campaign

Posted on December 6, 2011



The public fundraising campaign for the new Sorauren Park Town Square project has begun.

“The Town Square will be become an important new asset for Sorauren Park and the community, featuring a bake oven, community sinks, mores trees and picnic space, a stage area for performances and gatherings, more bike parking and gardens.

The campaign is organized by the non-profit Wabash Building Society, in partnership with the City of Toronto and Parks, Forestry and Recreation. The goal is to raise $40,000 or approximately 10% of the total construction costs from the community.”

If you would like to learn more about the Wabash Building Society, the Town Square  Project or to Donate,

please see: Sorauren Town Square Project

December 2011