It’ll be a pretty big birthday party for Canada tomorrow. 150 years in the making! How will you celebrate?
There will be entertainment, art workshops, and an artisan market at the Harbourfront Centre.
The Royal Ontario Museum is offering free admission to all visitors 10am-5pm. Note that admission prices for Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story will still be in effect.
Check out the Redpath Waterfront Festival to see the world’s largest rubber duck and enjoy live entertainment and food at the artisan market.
Take in a free Canada Day concert at Humber Bay Park. And why not bike there? Bike Pirates will guide a group riding from Trinity Bellwoods to Humber Bay Park West starting at 3 pm.
Consider Evergreen Brickworks, from 11 am – 5 pm, for Canada Day celebrations with craft beer from Great Lakes Brewery, and food from a variety of vendors.
Visit Nathan Phillips Square from June 30 to July 3 for free concerts showcasing Canadian musicians.
And the candles on the birthday cake? Fireworks of course!
CN Tower (10:30pm), Centennial Park (10pm), Humber Bay Park West (10:55pm), Ashbridges Bay (10pm), Harbourfront Centre (10:30pm), Mel Lastman Square (10:55pm), Nathan Phillips Square (10:55pm)
Just a reminder that tomorrow is our annual Pizza in the Playground!
The weather does not seem to want to cooperate so it will be ‘Pizza in the Lunchroom’ instead! Yay! The JK/SK kids will keep to tradition and have pizza in their classrooms.
The School Council will provide pizza, freezies and bottles of water for a pizza party to celebrate the last day of school. So don’t forget to NOT pack the lunches tomorrow. (Maybe just an umbrella!)
There will be a book sale at the school this Friday, June 23, during the lunch hour and after school. Some of the gently used books from the Spring Fling book table will be up for grabs and this is your last opportunity to buy them up – all books priced between $0.50-1.00! All proceeds will go to Daycare and School extra- curricular programming and support.
Wednesday June 21, 2017
We are offering a workshop in CPR training just in time for summer. Before the swimming pools open for the season it would be well worth learning valuable life-saving skills don’t you think?
Niagara parent and Council Co-Chair, Peter Odle, is Red Cross certified and a former paramedic. He’ll be covering the following topics: CPR, Bleeding, Shock, Choking, Burns, Seizures, and Environmental Emergencies.
The workshop is a great opportunity to learn new skills or brush up on the ones you may have learned years ago. All materials will be provided, refreshments will be served (bring the kids) and you’ll take home the knowledge and competence to save a life.
Space is limited to 20 people. The sign-up sheet is located by the Council Bulletin Board to the left of the main entrance stairway.
There are still a few days left for rainbow trout fishing in the Scadding Court pool!
For more information, please contact Mohsin Khattak at email@example.com or at 416 392 0335 x 228
Don’t forget that tomorrow evening is the School Spring Concert!
Raffle tickets will be sold at the event for $1 each. The holder of the winning ticket takes home a delightful candy basket.
The annual Trinity Bellwoods Yard Sale will take place on Saturday, June 10, 2017, 10:00am – 05:00pm. Rain or shine.
Registration was on May 8th but you may be able to register on the day. Call the Rec Centre 416.392.0743 for more information.