Programs

Point in Time Count/Registry - Enumeration of Homeless Individuals and Families

A Point in Time (PiT) count is a strategy used to determine the number of homeless individuals in a community at a single point in time. It is conducted over a 24 hour period. A PIT Count allows a community to better understand the nature and extent of homelessness and the characteristics of the homeless population. The first (PiT) count took place across provinces and territories in 2016. Through an accompanying survey, the PiT count gives the community information on the demographics and service needs of their homeless population.

LHIN Workshop in Geraldton

The North West LHIN will be holding an Information / Participation session on Thursday April 12, 2018 from 530pm to 8pm at the Geraldton Curling Club. The North West LHIN invites you to share how you would like to see health care in the future, and explore what changes are needed in the health care system in order to make that future a reality. For more information contact Nuala McKee at 807-684-9425 ext.2024 or by email at nuala.mckee@lhin.on.ca

How to Start a Business Workshop Series Part 4

The GEDC Business Centre is presenting Lunch N' Learn, a 4-part workshop series on how to start a business. Bring your lunch and come by GEDC for this informative workshop series. Part 1 - Developing the Idea (March 6th) Part 2 - Planning for Success (March 8th) Part 3 - Financing for Small Business (March 13th) Part 4 - Ready-Set-GO! (March 16th) All workshops will take place at GEDC starting at 12 noon, 1409 Main Street, Geraldton. Call 854-2273 to register or visit www.gedc.ca for more details.

How to Start a Business Workshop Series Part 3

The GEDC Business Centre is presenting Lunch N' Learn, a 4-part workshop series on how to start a business. Bring your lunch and come by GEDC for this informative workshop series. Part 1 - Developing the Idea (March 6th) Part 2 - Planning for Success (March 8th) Part 3 - Financing for Small Business (March 13th) Part 4 - Ready-Set-GO! (March 16th) All workshops will take place at GEDC starting at 12 noon, 1409 Main Street, Geraldton. Call 854-2273 to register or visit www.gedc.ca for more details.

How to Start a Business Workshop Series Part 2

The GEDC Business Centre is presenting Lunch N' Learn, a 4-part workshop series on how to start a business. Bring your lunch and come by GEDC for this informative workshop series. Part 1 - Developing the Idea (March 6th) Part 2 - Planning for Success (March 8th) Part 3 - Financing for Small Business (March 13th) Part 4 - Ready-Set-GO! (March 16th) All workshops will take place at GEDC starting at 12 noon, 1409 Main Street, Geraldton. Call 854-2273 to register or visit www.gedc.ca for more details.

How to Start a Business Workshop Part 1

The GEDC Business Centre is presenting Lunch N' Learn, a 4-part workshop series on how to start a business. Bring your lunch and come by GEDC for this informative workshop series. Part 1 - Developing the Idea (March 6th) Part 2 - Planning for Success (March 8th) Part 3 - Financing for Small Business (March 13th) Part 4 - Ready-Set-GO! (March 16th) All workshops will take place at GEDC starting at 12 noon, 1409 Main Street, Geraldton. Call 854-2273 to register or visit www.gedc.ca for more details.

Youth Knitting Class

Youth Knitting class - learning the basics of knitting with all material included. This is a weekly(Wednesdays) program running for 3 weeks starting January 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm at the Geraldton Community Centre in the Elderly Person Centre. Ages 9-14 and max of 6 participants and the cost is $50.00. Please contact your local Ward office to sign up!

Active Play /Gym Night

Active Play / Gym Night (6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.) Held at St. Joseph School. Doors open at 5:50 to 6:15 (door gets locked at this time) For ages 1 to 6 years old. Children must be accompanied by a parent / caregiver. It also gives working parents an opportunity to come out, interact and have fun with their children. No cost!

Longlac Playgroup

Playgroup is being held at Marjorie Mills Public School in Longlac. Craft time from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Gym time from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. We also have a list of workshops for parents and children upon request. Would be held in the evenings at no cost to you. For more information please call 854 - 1747 or e-mail Antionette at beststartgeraldton@greenstone.ca

Baby Sitting Course

Baby Sitting Course When: Beginning Tuesday, January 9 - Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (for 4 weeks) Where: Norwest Community Health Centre in Longlac Time: 3:30pm to 4:30pm Students must be 12 years of age or older to register and registration deadline is January 4, 2018. For more information or to register, call Lisa or Danielle at 876-2271
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