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Special Events & Projects
At Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House, we play a vital role in fostering a safe and healthy neighbourhood, with a view towards how we can enhance community development in all we do.
Focusing on community strengths and assets, we work with our neighbours, community partners and other organizations to implement a broad range of activities based on community needs and priorities.
We invite you to explore our projects and check this page often for updates and links. Better yet, get involved!
Events & Programs
This is a series of mini work shops that are Indigenous based, and they will be instructed by serval different knowledge keepers, by telling stories or facilitating knowledge around Indigenous practices, and balancing them with our urban lifestyles. Childminding available and lunch is provided. Registration is required. To register please contact Tracy Mclean: 604.879.8208 ext […]Find out more »
Newcomers and immigrant families are welcome. Childcare is available for children 18 months to 5 years. In both groups, participants get to learn about Canadian culture and traditions to improve their settlement and integration by building relationships with others and community attachment. Registration is required for adults and children. Beginners Club This group works on […]Find out more »
Staying active was never so much fun! Beautifully choreographed dances moves designed for all skill levels. Cost: $25/member, $30/non-member (10 sessions) Drop in $3.50/member, $5/non-members. Please register at the front desk or for more information please contact Mondays: Annie Yu, Seniors LEAP Programmer email@example.com, 604.879.8208 ext 106 (Cantonese, English, Mandarin) Fridays: Shaelee Gummer, Better at […]Find out more »
in Partnership with Indigenous Early Years Cultural sharing night is a chance for families to share cultural teachings and strengthen cultural identity, while promoting inclusion, enjoying healthy meals, and creating community engagement. Childcare available for ages 2–6. Youth Engagement Circle for ages 7 and up (hip hop, leadership, and other activities). Advance registration is required. […]Find out more »
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Jenny van Enckevort (she/her/hers)
Special Projects & Communications Coordinator
604.879.8208 ext 102
Help people from 40+ countries, many First Nations, and all generations make the most of of life at our House.