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Events February 2019

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Monday February 11—Voice Yoga

2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the For poets, singers, songwriters, sounders and people who want a good time using the voice.  No experience necessary.  Pay what you can.  Questions and register   creativevocalizationstudio@hotmail.com  Honey Novick
Secret Handshake Gallery, 170a Baldwin St. (upper). (not wheelchair accessible)

 

Tangled Art + Disability February 15, 2019

Tangled is excited to announce that we are currently accepting proposals from Deaf, Mad and Disability-identified artists, groups, collectives, and organizations engaging in disability curation to be hosted at Tangled Art Gallery!!

Tangled Art + Disability is accepting submissions to our gallery space for exhibitions in our next exhibition season, Jul               y 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020. This call is for curatorial proposals and artists working in all media. //tangledarts.org

 

February  21   2019    (Thursday)

Black History Month Celebrations Caribbean Voyage

The D’LYFE duo delivers high energy dance workshops, drawing from the cross-cultural experiences that have influenced their creative approach. Take this reminiscent voyage through dancehall and soca movements from the 90s to present day, which have shaped the fabric of Caribbean pop-culture. So bring your best Bogle and be ready to Flairy.

At: 30 Sewells Rd (east of Neilson Rd)                                           Malvern   Library

Time: 6pm – 7pm      Phone: 416-396-8969

February is important for TTC Riders

City Council will be voting on this year’s budget on March 7th, so we still have time to influence their decision.

Haven’t canvassed before? No problem – we’ll start off with a training and will have everything you need!

Transit Activist Nights 19, 25, from 6-8pm
Center for Social Innovation at 720 Bathurst St

Learn more about our demands by visiting ttcriders.ca/fundourride

Planning Events

A Guide to Planning Inclusive Events

Seminars, and Activities at Syracuse University Originally compiled by Alex Umstead and Diane Wiener (2012) Current revision by Kate Pollack and Diane Wiener (2018)

(Syracuse University Disability Cultural Center—//bit.ly/2CPsxmI) .

InkWell Workshops

InkWell Workshops offers free, drop-in creative-writing workshops to people living with mental-health or addictions issues led by award-winning professional writers with lived experience of mental illness.

Bulletin 610 February 2019 #13

the Bulletin February 2019 #13 #610 DOWNLOAD and Print the paper Bulletin! DOWNLOAD the Event Guide! thx Amber Graydon 1. Changing relationships and…
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Tent city under the Gardiner expressway.

Our Relations to Emergencies

When are we the emergency and when do we get to ask for emergency help? Wouldn’t it be nice to…
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Podcasts – advocacy to humour to interesting

Crackdown Description: Drug users are the experts. We’ve survived. We know policy better than policy-makers. We know law better than…
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Premier Doug Ford announces funding at CAMH

Funding increases and decreases

Funding for CAMH Ontario government commits funding on January 30th, 2019: "When CAMH's new facilities are completed, patients and their…
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