‘The 'Let's Move & Groove' project will develop exciting opportunities for ethnic communities residing in the South West Mississauga area to develop physical literacy skills and interest in community sport and recreation through meaningful collaboration with the Groove EDGEucation Program.
CCJAM (Community Creative Jam) is looking for a positive, committed and organized individual to join our growing family! This mentee role (not an intern, but close) will be working closely with the director doing event planning, administration, and outreach on a very part-time basis. A small honorarium will be provided. No experience needed, just a passion in the arts or event management. University/college student or recent graduate preferred. We require a minimum commitment of 6 months, and you can stay as long as you like!
At the currently trendy Paintbox Bistro (555 Dundas St.East.) #SPEAKoutPoetryis hosting an end of summer community showcase celebrating up and coming new artists who took part in SPEAKout’s workshop series facilitated by Lishai Peel. The event event will feature live music including a violinist, and of course poetry! Confirmed performances include select members of the 2014, Up From the Roots Slam Team, seasoned artist David Delisca and many more.
Join us for great food, with great community and great vibes! Admission is $10.
The Regent Park Film Festival is Toronto’s only free-of-charge community film festival, dedicated to showcasing local and international independent works relevant to residents of Regent Park, the largest and oldest public housing project in Canada.
The Festival’s principal activity is to organize an annual festival along with year-round school and community screenings, panel discussions, performances and film/video workshops at no cost. The Festival aims to reach isolated communities throughout Regent Park and beyond, providing a forum for them to engage in critical dialogue on social issues and to enjoy films from all over the world.
hErVOLUTION is happy to announce that, in partnership with People and Code, Toronto Reference Library and Mozilla's Maker Party, they have put together another camp to inspire youth to learn and use more online resources already available yet not familiar with them.