Children ages 6 to 13 are invited to University Settlement each Wednesday evening for Kids Posse. It’s a great way to meet new people, play sports and have fun. Plus it’s FREE!
Our partnership with Toronto Police Services helps kids in our neighborhood to interact with cops and build relationships with others through sports. Check out the flyer for more information!
The Faculty Favourites Music Concert is almost here! This pay-what-you-can event features musical performances from our faculty and friends, with all proceeds going to United Way Toronto.
When: Friday, October 24th, 2014 at 7:30pm
Where: St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John Street, Toronto
For more information, call 416-598-3444 x 243 or check out our online flyer.
All are welcome. We hope to see you there!
This event is FREE for parents and children aged 0 – 5 years old.
The bus will leave University Settlement (23 Grange Road) for Brooks Farm at 9:45 am.
We expect to return by 2 pm.
To register, please contact our Children’s Program Coordinator, Chantelle at 416-598-3444 ext. 228.
There are limited spaces available and all children must be accompanied by a parent.
We hope to see you there!
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Children ages 6 to 15 are invited to University Settlement each Thursday evening for Kids Posse. It’s a great way to meet new people, play sports and have fun. Plus it’s free!
Our partnership with Toronto Police Services helps kids in our neighborhood to interact with cops and build relationships with others through sports. Check out our flyer for more information!
Our annual Grange Festival was held on August 8th with approximately 3,500 community members who strolled through, played games, watched performances, grabbed a hot dog, had their picture taken in the photo booth or took a break and had their face painted. Our presenting sponsor, International Financial Data Services, was at the Festival and provided over 30 volunteers who helped in the Kiddie Corner and Game Zone, prepared popcorn, gave out sno cones to everyone, assisting in almost every activity. They presented US with a $10,000 cheque in…
Friday August 8th from noon-4pm
Grange Park, 23 Grange Road
Come out with your family and enjoy the fun and festivities at the 2014 Grange Festival. The afternoon will include entertainment, games, prizes, food and magic! Did we mention that it’s free? YUP! It’s a FREE event!
Special thanks to our major sponsor, International Financial Data Services and our supporting sponsor, Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma.
Check out the flyer and pictures from last year. Feel free to share with your friends on Facebook and Twitter.
Hope to see you…
Growing Up Healthy Downtown is a partnership of eight multi-service community agencies who deliver a variety of programs and services that focus on improving the health and well-being of young children as well as offering support and new skills to their parents or caregivers. If you’re looking for a place to drop in with your kids for a couple of hours, to make some new connections, or get involved in community events and learn new things, Growing Up Healthy Downtown has something for you.
There are various GUHD programs available at:
You are cordially invited to attend and participate in the business of the 2013 Annual General Meeting (AGM) and the election of members to the Board of Directors. The 2013 Annual General Meeting of University Settlement will be held on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. in the Auditorium.
We will be electing five members to the Board of Directors for three-year terms at this meeting and we are looking for suitable candidates. We are looking for individuals who will bring not only new ideas…
There was a terrific turnout at the open house on April 22!
For those interested, the information panels from the open house are available on the Grange Park website – www.grangeparktoronto.ca.
The Grange Park Advisory Committee welcomes comments and feedback about the Grange Park design concept. You can provide feedback in the following ways:
In the month of February we celebrated black history all across our Agency. We got our staff and community involved in various activities which helped them discover and learn about the lives of several African-Americans who made extraordinary achievements in their fields. We also held free film screenings which were open to everyone. We hoped to engage our community and help them to learn about the way in which African Americans helped shape history.
We held a children’s drawing contest which allowed kids to express what each of the figures shown above represented…