Health & Wellness
Our homes are where we should feel the safest, but in Ontario, adults 65 years and older are at higher risk of dying by fire than any other age group. Join us for a talk by a Toronto Fire Services representative to learn the ...
Do you want to eat healthy, shop wisely and be savvy when it comes to interpreting food labels? This interactive workshop, presented by a dietitian and public health nurse from Toronto Public Health, will discuss making healt...
Join us for a presentation and workshop by Susan Green BSc (Hon), a certified teacher of the Mitzvah Technique. Derived from the word 'Mitzvah,' meaning a 'good deed returning to the doer,' the Mitzvah Technique helps you to ...
Come and meet other parents at the free Living and Learning with Baby program provided by Toronto Public Health Nurses. This is a 7 week program for parents of babies 6 weeks to 6 months. Topics include nutrition, growth an...
Wed Feb 05
Wed Feb 12
Wed Feb 19
Wed Feb 26
Wed Mar 05
North York Central Library
Our immune systems protect us from disease by detecting and removing infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses and parasites. A healthy immune system requires frequent exposure to these microorganisms....
A Toronto Public Health Nurse will teach you healthy eating habits. Participants will develop an understanding of Canada's Food Guide, reading food labels, finding best buys in foods, addressing food insecurity, food safety a...
Wed Jan 15
Tue Feb 11
Mon Mar 03
Parents and caregivers can bring their children to the Junction Family Resource Centre program here at Annette Street Library for:...