Programs and Events
This club is for women and people of other marginalized genders who want to make a difference! We will exchange ideas about current events and social concerns, and collectively build strategies to take on injustices we witness in our day to day lives. Hosted by our amazing facilitator Estefania Vargas, the group will be full of learning opportunities, guest speakers, and creative projects. New participants are always welcome! Childcare available with advance notice.
This group is a space for parents to freely share their experiences of new parenthood, pregnancy, childbirth, infant loss, miscarriage, and more. Join us and find support through community. It's free and drop-ins are welcome! Click here to learn more!
The support group meets every Friday morning, 9:30 - 11:30 am, at the Walkley Centre, 6650 Chemin de la Cote Saint Luc.
We work with multiple partner organizations to provide emergency food relief for families. The first step is to contact us for an appointment with our food security officer.
Participants are introduced to several different preservation techniques (canning, fermentation, drying, etc) over the course of a growing season, using fresh and local bounty. Our summer food preservation sessions will be running for the third consecutive season starting this July, and will operate on site.
This series, hosted by the talented Gail Griffith, introduce creative approaches to self-reflection and goal setting in a group environment. Sessions include tips to address challenges, obstacles, and fears; visioning exercises, and planning. Participants learn processes to make their dreams a reality!
Weekly themes prompt participants to explore different techniques and subject matter, using a combination of journaling and multi-media experimentation. Online sessions are hosted weekly, and provide the opportunity for participants to share inspiration and unwind at the end of the day.
Early Childhood Education/Respite
Children between the ages of 2-5 are welcomed to join us twice weekly in this program that supports children’s natural development through socializing and introducing routine. Activities include crafts, reading, singing, and free play (indoors and outdoors). Our early childhood educator takes a personal approach to meet the needs of each child holistically. This program serves as a respite for mothers as well, affording them the opportunity to prioritize their needs.
Our family coaching sessions cover a wide range of topics, including bonding with your child, introduction to positive forms of discipline, and tips on how to communicate effectively with daycares, schoolboards and other institutions. Our certified family coach, Grace Campbell, takes a personal approach that invites participants to share their own experiences, and speak honestly about the many challenges that are a daily part of motherhood!
During this time of increased hospitalizations because of COVID, cold and seasonal flu, we strongly recommend wearing masks to all activities and for anyone experiencing COVID symptoms to stay home.
All activities are free unless otherwise stated.
Registration is required for all activities. Please email us at email@example.com to request your participation.
All Tuesday and Thursday afternoon activities will start promptly at 1:00. Please note that there is a drop in teatime beginning at 12:30, and we invite all participants to come early and chat before the workshop begins!
Childcare is available for most on-site programs, with 7 days' notice. Please indicate your needs in your participation request. This service will not be available if you do not indicate your need upon registering.