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Neighbourhood Fun Nights Family Fun Finale!

The staff of Kensington Prairie Children’s Centre invite you to join them for a barbeque dinner, including salads and dessert. Afterwards, there will be a scavenger hunt, bouncy castle, and face painting.

Looking for something fun and relaxing to do with the kids on a hot summer evening? Join us July 16 for Carnival Night! Our summer counsellors have dreamed up lots of activities including a

cupcake walk, soak-a-counsellor, face painting and more! Dinner will feature assorted wraps, pasta salad, and dessert.

This Wednesday, July 9, from 5 to 7 pm, Alexandra Neighbourhood House will present the first of its summer series, Neighbourhood Fun Night! 

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Lit Café is a quarterly event, marking the change of the seasons. The evenings feature five authors reading from their original works, structured around a theme and/or genre, followed by a panel discussion with the authors, and an open mic. Refreshments are provided by donation, and many of the authors bring their works to sell.

The Counsellor-In-Training (CIT) certification program provides training and volunteer experience to assist with employment as a camp counselor or recreation leader. The program offers students ages 14 to 18  valuable opportunities to develop essential skills, new friendships and self-confidence. Pre-camp training sessions include communication and leadership techniques necessary for working with adults with developmental disabilities and children, as well as program planning, communication skills, problem solving and much more.

One again we're offering summer employment for various positions during our residential summer camps for adults with developmental disabilities and/or mental health needs, and our newcomer camp for refugees and new immigrants to Canada. Camps run through June and July and positions include: Residential Camp Coordinator, Assistant Camp Coordinator, Camp Administrator, Camp Health Officer and Camp Counsellors. These positions are specifically for students who will be returning to school in the fall.

Come to the Dining Hall for an Italion feast at noon, Wednesday May14th for our second to last community lunch before we break for summer. Peter Pollace will entertain on the banjo, accordion and guitar. Contact Neil at 

 

If you like reading, don't miss Lit Cafe 2 - Histories: Our Community, Ourselves, an evening of readings showcasing the work of five talented, award-winning local authors. Please join us Wednesday, March 19 from 7-9 pm -suggested donation for admission is $5, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. We're still finalizing the list of readers, but so far have confirmed Julie Ferguson, Andrea Lister, and Robert Mackay.  

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