Community Meeting Feb. 23, 2022
The next Community Meeting for Delegates of the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association and residents in the area will take place Wedneady, February 23rd at 7 p.m. All residents are invited to this virtual meeting (see connection information below).
Our keynote presenter for this evening will be Kevin Jeffers, Managing Supervisor of the St. Lawrence Community Recreation Centre. Mr. Jeffers will be discussing the extensive facilities and programming offered within the centre and will also be highlighting planned events for March Break.
Other presentations planned for the meeting will be announced soon.
Please save the following link to join this virtual meeting at 7 p.m. on February 23:
Join Zoom Meeting
Call for Nominations - Join the SLNA Board!We want you! SLNA Delegates (and residents who can become delegates for their buildings in order to submit a nomination) are invited to submit their nominations for candidacy to serve with their neighbours on the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association Board of Directors.
There are 3 seats available on the Board of Directors and the election for these seats will take place at the March SLNA Annual General Meetting.
The deadline for submissions is the end of day, Monday, March 28th.
To learn more about the role of SLNA Directors visit our website's
Board of Directors page.
Download the SLNA Board of Directors Nomination Form.
SLNA Calls City to Action on Wellington St. Issue
The Wellingston St. re-construction initiative has been initiated then delayed repeatedly in recent years creating havoc for residents and hurting businesses in the area. The SLNA has just issued a letter to Mayor Tory calling for an immediate status report and stressing the importance of completing this project as a City priority.
We invite you to view the letter here.
Free Rimbala Workshops for Seniors
*A program offered by local arts organization Jamii.
For seniors who are interested in being active to support well-being, Jamii is offering Rimbala workshops at no cost.
Rimbala combines live, improvised music with simple and fun movement activities to help seniors improve balance and mobility. Rimbala has been developed by Daniel Rubinoff, PhD, Music Director at Jubilee United Church in Toronto. Daniel Rubinoff is a professional performer, composer and teacher.
WORKSHOPS ARE FREE but registration is needed as space is limited.
Every Tuesday from Mach 1st to April 5th.
1st group: 9:30am to 10:30am
2nd group: 11am to 12noon
LOCATION: St Lawrence Community Recreation Centre (230 The Esplanade, Toronto)
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 12 PARTICIPANTS PER GROUP.
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