On Sept. 26 at 4.30 – 8, at Durham Region headquarters….
Every year Durham Region Accessibility Advisory Committee has an Accessibility Advisory Committee Forum, gathering each municipal city’s Accessibility Advisory Committees to thank them for being volunteer members helping to make their city barrier-free, feature a key note and and give out Accessibility Awards. This year, Tracy Schmittz will be the key note speaker and the Oshawa Accessibility Advisory Committee nominated Derek Giberson for an Accessibility award.
Sat., Sept. 9 and Sun., Sept. 10, 2017
From the Pepper Batch Community Garden Facebook Group
Exciting news for the Berry Patch!
Rick Kerr has arranged an art project for our garden. Our raised beds are getting a makeover! We have Chad Tyson from The Paint Factory and his team coming by to add some fun and colour to our corner on Sunday September 10th.
But before we can have the artists lay down some amazing art for us, we need the raised beds primed. Ken Carruthers has arranged a very generous donation of primer from Dulux Paints, but we need you to help out with the priming! Bring your brushes, rollers and trays and come on down Saturday September 9th at 9 am.
As an added bonus the wonderful Wizards from Brew Wizards Board Game Cafe will be providing coffee to keep us all motivated 😍
Please come join us for this fun and exciting event!
Tues., Sept. 12, 2017 – Today was Youth Engagement Services (YES) kick-off party at the Brain Injuries Association of Durham (BIAD). It was well attended. I had a chance to speak to Mr. Major John Henry. It felt like I surprised him when I walked into the room. I first found out about event when I was at the BIAD for kaaraoke. I later saw a posting maded by AYRFCI Durham. There were presenters from BIAD explaining YES. Being hard of hearing I almost nada. It was a fun night. We had catering from Subway, cake, pop and water and music. I played a game of Crazy Eights and won. YAY! Lol.
Monday September 11, 2017 – Brian C. Rideout helped me to jumpstart www.eoii.org again. I love the idea of posting and tweaking this website to mirror the community experiences that my friends and I are having in Oshawa. I plan on forming this webspace as an arts community hub and knowledge marketplace. I’m excited to EOII back online and sharing community happenings.
All of us at The Emporium of Ideas and Innovation would like to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!