Community Environment Days is one of many ReduceWasteTO programs and initiatives supporting the City’s Long Term Waste Management Strategy. This program helps reduce the amount of reusable or recyclable waste going to landfills and allows for safe disposal of household hazardous waste.
Our St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Community Environment Day Event for Ward 10- Spadina Fort-York is on Sun May 14 from 10 am to 2 pm. and will be located on Frederick St. - just south of the Esplanade.
You can pick up compost, drop off your electronic waste, household hazardous waste and more.
For a full list of what you can donate, please see the City of Toronto's website-www.toronto.ca/services-payments/recycling-organics-garbage/community-environment-days/
Join the St. Lawrence Community
Recreation Centre Advisory Council
The Advisory Council of the St. Lawrence Community Centre is welcoming new members. Join a dedicated group of volunteers who are committed to engaging with the community through the Centre.
The Council meets once a month to discuss current programs with staff in addition to planning events to benefit the wider community.
No experience is required. For more information please send an email to email@example.com
Spring Bird Migration Meet-up in St. James Park
Reminder! There's one more Spring Bird Migration Meet-up in St. James Park on Monday, May 15th, 7 am. Join us to see migrant birds up close like White-throated Sparrows, Hermit Thrush, Ruby-crowned Kinglet and Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers. Meet at the Pavilion. Bring binoculars if you have them. Rain or shine.
Let us know you are coming: https://fb.me/e/S9qIdJxy
NEW! SLNA Events Calendar
This is actually a misleading headline as the SLNA Events Calendar is far from new, but it isn't being used by most of our community so in a way it is new to many of our readers!
If you're trying to find out what wonderful event, performance, exhibit or other activity is happening in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood or surrounding area in the downtown Toronto core, we invite you to vist the SLNA Calendar at this link: https://www.slna.ca/calendar.html.
You can also SUBMIT events or activities you are aware of directly to our calendar using the tool on the website. Your submission will be reviewed and published if appropriate.
Appropriate submissions are open to general audiences, located primarily in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood but may include surrounding areas like the Distillery District, The Lakefront, Corktown, Cabbage Town and other downtown Toronto core neighbourhoods (depending on the event/activity).
For example a popular exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum could be included in our calendar because it is the kind of high profile downtown family event that residents in our neighbourhood would appreciate.