Health & Wellness
This is a free program offered by Toronto Public Health Nurses for parents with their infants 6 weeks to 6 months old....
Thu May 07
Thu May 14
Thu May 21
Thu May 28
Thu Jun 04
Join Toronto Public Health Nurse Megan Georgieff as she demonstrates simple and easy ways to prepare snacks and meals that are both fun and nutritional for teens. These hands-on workshops show you how to snack right, while ge...
Fri May 08
Fri May 22
Fri May 29
Guest speakers will present on various topics of interest and will be able to provide information and referral to seniors about programs and services in the community. Information booth from 1-2pm. This drop-in program is cos...
Thu May 14
Thu Jun 11
Feel more confident in your surroundings and learn how to prevent falls through a healthy lifestyle and simple physical exercises. Registration begins Apr 7th. Register in person or by phone, 416-396-8979. Space is limited.
What makes a person old? Some people think it's wrinkles, others think it's stodgy attitudes. But really, the culprit is our habits. In this session you will do several movement sequences designed to de-age your joints, musc...
North York Central Library
Ryerson Professor Alexandra Fiocco will discuss the predictors and prevention of cognitive decline, (decline in memory and thinking abilities). PhD student Katie Peck will discuss the effect of music on brain health.
Lauren Ferraro, BFA, MA, Speech, Dialect and Presentation Coach will show you how to lift your resume off the page, into your mouth and to deliver it in a clear, articulate fashion. A step by step guide to responding to the t...
Dr. Vera Tarman will discuss her latest book 'Food Junkies: The Truth About Food Addiction' which focuses on the experiences of people coping with various forms of food addiction, and provides readers with practical informati...