Free Sewing Classes for Women in the Parkdale Area, run by local sewer, designers, team leaders and volunteers. Individuals will learn to use a sewing machine, basic sewing skills which include machine skills, zippers, hand sewing, patterns, etc.
Classes begin on January 27 for 7 weeks. They will be held in the Parkdale Public Library and there is childcare if needed.
There is an application process – you can go to the Parkdale Public Library and pick up an application, fill one out here, or come to Greenest City at 201 Cowan on Wednesday, January 10 or Thursday, January 11 from 1pm – 2pm to get a paper application and get support in filling out the application.
EMAIL email@example.com or call Angela at 647 438 0038 for questions.
We are looking for volunteers!
This is a partnership between Greenest City, Parkdale Public Library and local sewer/artist Helen Melbourned
Protecting Biodiversity in Ontario: the Environmental Commissioner’s Perspective
Sunday, January 28, 2018, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Howard Park Tennis Club, 430 Parkside Drive, Toronto, ON
Speaker: Ellen Schwartzel; Deputy Commissioner, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario
Ellen will share how Ontarians can use the Environmental Bill of Rights to strengthen environmental laws and policies, including protecting natural heritage. Biodiversity highlights from the Commissioner’s recently released report –- especially the province’s track record on species at risk and protected areas –- will also feature in her talk.
This is an opportunity to discuss issues and strategies for protecting nature in both urban and rural areas.
Note: The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO) is an independent officer of the Legislature who reports on government progress on climate change, energy and other environmental issues. The ECO is the province’s environmental watchdog and champion of Ontarians’ environmental rights.
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