We are delighted to announce Windsor Essex Community Health Center’s SAPACCY (Substance Abuse Program for African Canadian and Caribbean Youth) Black History Month event on February 21st, 2024. The venue will be at our location on 1361 Ouelette Ave., Windsor. The event is from 4pm to 7pm.
This year, the theme of our event is ‘Celebrating Black Youth Excellence’. This event will be a one- of-a kind event and will be fun packed with activities from games, performances, speakers, fellowship and lots of food from different Black cultures.
Feel free to come wearing garments from your culture and/or supporting your flag!
All are welcomed to this event, in celebrating Black History month with SAPACCY!
Register for FREE TODAY to attend our exciting, themed event.
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Would you like to make a difference in the lives of children and youth with disabilities in Windsor-Essex? Join the John McGivney Children’s Centre Board of Directors!
For more information, please visit: https://bit.ly/JMCCBoard. Deadline to apply is February 28, 2024.
The Community Support Centre is hosting its first “Senior Active Living Centre Fair”. Join us on Friday, March 15th from 12:00pm to 4:00pm at our second location at 32 Russell Street in Essex! We are currently looking for “Health and Wellness Vendors” and “Craft Vendors” to be present at this event.
Interested in being a vendor? Please reach out via email to the contacts below. If you have any questions feel free to call the CSC at 519-728-1435.
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The Coldest Night of the Year is a winterrific family-friendly walk to raise money for local charities serving people experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness.
The purpose of The Downtown Mission is to be a place of sanctuary. We provide food for the body, nurture for the spirit, shelter for the homeless and opportunity for human growth and development.
The Coldest Night of the Year 2k and 5k walk-a-thon is an opportunity for our friends and supporters to raise much-needed financial support to continue the provision of food, shelter, and comfort to our hurting neighbours each year.
Sign up Today with your own team, join one of our existing teams or support one of our current walkers who are already on their way raising funds and awareness for the work of the Mission! – https://cnoy.org/location/windsordowntown
Walk with us starting at the Mission (875 Ouellette for your 2 K or 5 K Walk OR walk in your own neighbourhood on or before Feb. 24th)!
Event Schedule February 24th, 2024:
4pm – Check In
5pm – Send Off
5:30 pm – Meal Service Begins
6:30 pm – Route Closes
AN EVENING OF DINNER, DANCING & LIVE JAZZ!
Bring your sweetie or come with friends!
Enjoy a great meal, then learn some ballroom dancing basics (participation is voluntary, no experience or partner required) and groove to some awesome live Jazz music!
OPEN TO EVERYONE – ALL AGES WELCOME
Tickets: $30 each
Proceeds support Programs for older adults at Life After Fifty
Pasta | Salad | Roll | Desserts | Coffee | Tea
5:00 PM – Dinner & Dessert- Bring some money for the cash bar.
5:45 PM – Ballroom Dance Lesson – (optional) with Denise from Art of Dance Windsor
6 – 8 PM – Live Jazz Music – Featuring Coffee House Combo band!
7:15 PM – Silent Auction Closes – Great prizes + proceeds support LAF
8:00 PM – End
Need a great March Break “stay-cation” idea?
Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association (BANA) has partnered with Rotary Club of Windsor-WIDE and the University of Windsor to host a truly unique, multi-cultural and inclusive event for our community – #YQGtogetherfest. This is a one-stop shop event where all cultural/community groups and local service agencies, come together to celebrate Windsor-Essex and its diverse tapestry. This family focused weekend aspires to be open to all of those that form our community.
This affordable event will kick-off March 9-10th, 2024 (10am-5pm) at the University of Windsor Toldo Lancer Centre- 2555 College Ave. Windsor.
For vendors, sponsors and advertisers or for regular updates, visit the home page for the 1st Annual #YQGtogetherfest https://bana.ca/yqgtogetherfest/
Pozitive Pathways is recruiting for a Full-Time Peer Engagement Coordinator. Please visit the link here for more details. Applications are due by January 5th, 2024.