SLNA News - October 18, 2022
The Fur Ball '22
Come one, come all, to this year's Fur Ball! Saturday October 29th, 3pm at the Pavilion in St. James Park. Register your pup for the Howl-o-ween Costume Contest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to win a prize basket with merchandize from our local pet businesses!
Everyone is welcome, even those without pups! It will be adorable. Plus we are selling raffle tickets for prizes to many of our favourite local businesses (see the list of participating businesses in the flyer below). You can buy tickets at the event or in advance at AAA Bar at 138 Adelaide Street East. You do not need to attend the event to participate in the raffle.
Proceeds will to Through Ruff Times (https://www.throughrufftimes.org/). TRT supports under-resourced people-pet families through their RUFF Pet Food program and access to spay/neuter services. They also offer temporary pet care when "pawrents" need to access support services and do not have options for their cat or dog.
Let us know you're coming! Link to Facebook event.
A Local Gathering Place for Conversation
Jamii’s Uncovery Garden
Members of the community are invited to attend Jamii’s 5th Uncovery Garden on Saturday, October 22nd, from 10am to 12noon at Jamii’s Home (250 The Esplanade - unit 105 in the courtyard, by the big tree).
The Uncovery Garden is a gathering space for conversation and an opportunity for Jamii's organizers to learn about the interests of the community. This information will be used to shape Jamii's future arts programming.
WHEN: Saturday, October 22nd from 10am to 12noon
LOCATION: Jamii’s Home at 250 The Esplanade Unit #105 (by the big tree)
*There will be some light snacks and refreshments.
If you are interested in attending this session of the Uncovery Garden, please send an email to Jamii’s Connector, Jonelle, at email@example.com to register. In addition, if you have any access needs or dietary restrictions for the session, please do not hesitate to inform Jamii. If you are unable to make this session but would like to attend a future session, please also feel free to get in touch with Jonelle at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your future interest.
Live at the Kisanii Hub Featuring Kuné
Jamii presents KUNÉ ("together" in Esperanto), an eleven-piece collective made up of immigrant musicians from all over the world and one Metis-Canadian. Kuné’s artistic practice captures and recreates the experience of living in Toronto, one of the world's most diverse cities.
Along with the performances by Kuné, some Esplanadian percussionists from our community members will join them! These community members were participants in a series of percussion workshops organized by Jamii for 3 weeks!
Don’t miss out this cozy and magical autumn gathering in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood!
WHEN: Thursday, October 27th and Friday, October 28th at 6pm and at 7pm
WHERE: The Esplanade & Berkeley St.
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