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Do you want to improve your English reading and conversation skills? Would you like to meet new people and be introduced to English-language novels and literature? Join retired English professor Moira Tobin for a summer-long book club! Participants will read a book together and then discuss it weekly as a group.
Date(s): 
July 6, 2022 7:00 pm

Everyone experiences stress and worries. This free group is for youth ages 13-18 in the South Surrey and White Rock area, to help them cope with stress and worries so they can live their best lives. Offered online starting January 18th.

The group is co-facilitated by Alexandra Neighbourhood House and Child and Youth Mental Health.

Drop-in Yoga by Vinita

Alex House is so pleased to welcome back Vinita Sud for another semester of Rejuvinita Yoga! Vinita received her training in India and is practicing a traditional form of yoga that is meaningful, gentle and suitable to all age groups. The focus is on breathing and exercising every minor joint in the body.

The Tora Budokan Ju Jitsu club trains Tuesday and Thursdays at  Alex House. Children's class runs from 6.15 to 7pm and the adult class runs from 7 to 8.15pm.  We Teach traditional Ju-Jitsu (a self defence  system) which covers all basic Karate Strikes, Throws & Sweeps, Wrist  Locks/Arm Locks, Pressure Points and escape moves. Cost is: Children $40 per month, Adults $80 per month.

Crescent Beach Photo Club is open to photographers at all levels. We  host speakers, enter competitions, organize themes and outings, workshops, and more. There is something of interest to everyone. Please see our club website at http://www.cbpc.ca/ for details. We meet in Alexandra Hall at 7.30pm the first, third, and (variably) fourth/fifth Wednesday of the month. Questions?

Are you looking for a safe and comfortable space to share your thoughts and feelings about death and dying? Death Café is an occasional gathering exploring the boundary, and what lies beyond, over tea and cake. Regardless of your perspectives, all are welcome to this non-sectarian event hosted by Alex House’s community programmer, Neil Fernyhough, who is also a trained pastoral care provider and former social worker. 

Stay tuned for the next event.

Are you a newcomer Canadian looking to expand your spoken vocabulary and build multicultural competency?  No registration necessary! Simply log in, using the web address in the poster.

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