Come join us at this year’s One Day! This year, we’re celebrating 10 years of fun and togetherness! A free, inclusive, event that celebrates community! There will be bouncy castles and giant games! Vendors! A delicious barbecue! Bring all your friends and neighbours!
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Saturday August 24th 11:30 – 1:30 Mount Douglas park
Come one, come all to Mount Doug Park on August 24th! Reconnect with old friends, or meet some new ones!
Let us know you’ll be there! There will be sandwiches and desserts provided.
Please bring a plate, beverages, a favourite dish to contribute to the table, and a lawn chair or blanket.
Saturday, August 24
11:30 am – 1:30 pm
RSVP with Frances: email@example.com! If you’ve already RSVP’d, please disregard this message. 🙂
Thursday August 22, 11:30 am – 2:00 pm Esquimalt Gorge Park, 1070 Tillicum Road
This is a great opportunity for the individuals that we support to meet new friends, and re-connect with others. Last year was a fantastic experience for all of us, and we want to make this year even better! We are using the same location as last year, and hope that the sun will shine! Please RSVP by Aug 16.
In case of rain we will cancel and reschedule!
The City of Victoria’s Life Program provides a combination of annual credit and free drop-in visits to eligible low-income individuals and families to use towards recreational programs and services.
On July 1st 2019 the City made improvements to increase access to recreation programs and services for eligible individuals and families. Click here for more details.
“Coming together like this, to share resources and ideas, broadens horizons and connects people outside of paid services,” says Nicole Baker (pictured second from left), co-chair of the CLBC South Island Community Council, about the value of bringing families and self advocates together through local community mapping workshops.
Click here to read the full story and learn how people across B.C. are discovering new places in their communities to belong and connect
Next Steps to Employment–a part of Our Place Society–is offering a women’s support group every Friday morning from 10:30 to 11:30am. They will cover a wide variety of topics and it will be an opportunity for everyone to realize they aren’t alone. The workshop is open to women and anyone that identifies as female. They are located at 1627 Quadra Street.
Self-advocates from across the South Island are invited to learn new skills and network at Victoria’s triennial “My Community Conference”, a Self-Advocate Conference being held Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 at the Salvation Army Citadel, 4030 Douglas St, Victoria. For more information click here!
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