Health & Wellness
Toronto Reference Library
Professor Baines, who has been involved in both research and analysis of the benefits of breast screening since 1981 will summarize what is known both pro and con screening and will emphasize the need for consumers to be comp...
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 ...
Do you want to feel well, think well and live well?...
Never underestimate a good laugh! Find out the physical, emotional and social benefits of laughter exercises and yoga breathing and how they can transform your life. Please bring water and wear comfy clothes. The sessions are...
Mon Jan 20
Mon Feb 24
Mon Mar 17
We are an informal group of retirees meeting monthly to exchange news and views on a variety of topics. Our services are free, the only requirement is that you be tolerant of the other person's point of view. Tell your fami...
Tue Dec 10
Tue Jan 14
Tue Feb 11
Tue Mar 11
Join us and find out how to make meaningful connections with your baby. In this program you will learn how to effectively use language with your baby for learning and nutriment....
Mon Mar 17
Mon Mar 24
Mon Mar 31
Learn easy ways to adapt to dietary restrictions involving some of today's common foods: wheat, gluten, dairy and refined sugar from Victoria Yeh, author of "Where Do I Start? Your Essential Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Sugar ...
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 ...