The SLNA Waste Reduction Group is excited to announce that the 6th REmarket has been scheduled for January 25-26, 2023.
Get ready to clean out those closets! The post-holiday season is the perfect time to do a little early spring cleaning.
As always, we will be accepting a wide range of items for donation. Our free market, repair cafe, and bike repair services will also be back, and we have expanded the list of items we will accept for recycling.
Check out the poster below for more information. Full event guidelines can be found at www.slna.ca/remarket-guidelines.
If you have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Holidays everyone!
REmarket Poster - click here for printable version, print and post locally.
It has been a while since we've shared a flyer for posting locally to help inform as many people as possible about the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association. This is important because we are among the most successful residents associations in Toronto, and we want to ensure that as many residents as possible are signed up to receive our weekly online newsletters.
In a few months we will be celebrating 40 years of service to the St. Lawrence neighbourhood and the 35,000 (and growing) residents who live here today.
We want your voice and interests to inform what we do, so encourage all your neighbours to visit www.slna.ca and sign up to receive our weekly online newsletters so that they will know more about local events, advocacy initiatives and the dates and Zoom links for our monthly community meetings (all are invited).
Thank you to resident and delegate Stella who requested that a flyer go out this season to get more residents on our mailing list.
Click here to download a high resolution version that you can print and post or share locally with friends and neighbours.
Happy Holidays everyone!
Join your neighbours by a hot fire in St. James Park for a Holiday Sing-along with the Hart House Chorus! No singing experience required- all are welcome.
Free treats and hot beverages while they last, nom nom! Lyrics will be available.
Free to attend! No RSVP necessary.
When: Saturday, December 17, 2 pm- 3:30 pm
Where: St. James Park, 120 King St. E
In addition to Nadya Kwandibens’ photo exhibiton, “The Red Chair Sessions” (which was highlighted previously in SLNA’s newsletter) the St Lawrence neighbourhood has also been home to Murphy Owusu’s “Water No Get Enemy” photo exhibition since June.
Produced and unveiled by Jamii during Canadian Multiculturalism Day, this exhibit features a selection of 8 photos that take you on a journey with Murphy as he reflects on his travels from his home country Ghana, to São Tomé, Ethiopia, and Turtle Island.
Click here to watch the Jamii video of Murphy as he explains how his exhibit provides an intimate and global perspective on the physical and political landscape of water and humanity.