CRBA Public Meeting – Tuesday, December 6
The Monthly CRBA Public Meeting will be held tomorrow night at the YMCA. We hope to see you there!
Toronto’s First Post Office – Open House
Every year, Toronto’s First Post Office holds a massive paper party to thank visitors, members, box-holders, customers, donors, neighbours, and friends for all their support throughout the year.
There will be festive nibbles,and mail art and paper craft supplies available for holiday creations. Even if you just need a space and festive atmosphere for your Christmas Card assembly line, come get it done at the P.O.!
When: Sunday December 11th, 1-4pm
Where: 260 Adelaide St E.
Volunteering at Good Shepherd Ministries is a way you can give back to your community. Every year thousands of volunteers support Good Shepherd Ministries deliver its services to homeless and at-risk individuals. There are group and individual volunteer opportunities available. Group activities include sorting non-perishable food or helping in the dormitory. Individual or small group (1-3) activities may include kitchen preparation, folding laundry or sorting clothing. All of these activities make a big difference in the provision of programs. If you are interested to volunteer in 2017 please contact 416.869.3619 x 262 or email@example.com.
Another Successful Holiday Party – Thank you!
Last week the CRBA hosted the annual Corktown Holiday Party. It was a night filled with laughs as neighbours connected with old friends and made some new ones.
Thank you so much to everyone who attended and to all of our local businesses who supported us by giving donations to our Silent Auction.
The Dominion Pub and Kitchen, Odin Café and Bar, The Freedom Factory, Souk Tabule, Big Wax Car Wash, Lift Corktown, thinkfitness, Sparkplug Coffee, Diana Nazareth Photography, Roselle Desserts, Figs Breakfast & Lunch, Enterprise rent-a-car, Linden Grove Flowers, The Corktown Kitchen, #LivingToronto, Redline Coffee & Expresso, Corktown Soap, Fusilli Ristorante, Tandem Coffee
The CRBA would like to give a big shout out to Socrates Apallas who single handedly organized the entire event!