At Relay for Life, no one faces cancer alone. Come out to Downsview Park on Friday, June 15 to celebrate the lives of everyone affected by cancer and raise funds for cancer research.
Learn more here: bit.ly/R4Linvolved
May 9, 2018
City of Toronto's 2018 construction season begins
Councillor Jaye Robinson (Ward 25 Don Valley West), Chair of the City's Public Works and Infrastructure Committee, announced the beginning of the 2018 construction season today at the intersection of Parliament Street and Gerrard Street East, which is set to close from May 14 to June 4 for streetcar track replacement. In addition, more than 200 projects, including 60 major projects, are planned for roads, bridges, sewers and watermains to improve Toronto's aging infrastructure.
Dufferin/St.Clair Library Children and Adult programs for May 2018:
- After School Fun (Lego), Tuesdays 4-5 PM in May and June
- Swallowing Clouds-Free Art Workshops for kids 9-12, Saturdays 2-4 PM
- Family event: Plant/Seed Swap on Saturday May 12, 10-1 PM
- Family Story Time in English/Italian on Sat May 19, 11-11:30 AM
- Digital Literacy Day, Ages 8-12, Thursday May 31st 3:30-5:00 PM
Toronto Water's comprehensive basement flooding prevention public education campaign launches today.
The campaign strategy is to create both awareness and action – awareness of the possibility of basement flooding, followed by practical tips on what homeowners can do to help prevent basement flooding.
Dufferin/St.Clair Library Children's program opportunities at our library for school aged children:
Tuesdays 4-5 pm (In April, likely to continue in May)- After School Fun with Marble Works, K'Nex & Keva (No registration required)
**Saturdays 2-4 pm (May 5-26) Swallowing Clouds- Kids 9-12 work with professional artists to engage in dance, poetry and sound. Program concludes with a performance for parents on May 26.** (Registration required)