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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
Events for April 18, 2019
Land and Lives in Mount Pleasant Resurfacing History focuses on developing a community process for promoting understanding of the land around us and in our communities. We will work together to build capacity for Indigenous communities to learn and practice land-based teachings. All community members welcome to join in and explore knowledge to integrates actionable […]Find out more »
Learn basic computer skills with us, and stay connected! Everyone is welcome! Limited seats! Website browsing Online learning Filling out online tax returns Using maps online For registration, please contact Jessie Huang 604.879.8208 ext 105 firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
Join our multicultural dancing classes—a different dance each month. Free cultural sharing session on the second Thursday of every month. Dancing classes cost: $20/10 classes, $2.5/drop-in (Member) $30/10 Classes, $4/drop-in (Non-Member) Join us and enjoy multicultural dances and fitness activities weekly. You will learn dances from China, Hawaii, and many different countries. To register please […]Find out more »
IN FOODFIT YOU’LL… Improve your cooking skills and learn new recipes Join in a 30 minute walk each week Share healthy meals with new friends Make a 12-week commitment to becoming a healthier you Orientation Session: Thursday, April 11 | 1:30-3:30 p.m. Thursdays from 12-3 p.m. (with lunch!) April 18-July 4, 2019 Join. It's free! […]Find out more »
A leadership training program for newcomer youth (ages 13-19) to develop their leadership and organizational skills as they plan and implement their own programming for fellow immigrant peers. Fee: Membership required. First year free. Contact Manual Gamas, Youth Settlement Programmer email@example.com, 604.879.8208 ext 318 (English, Spanish) Hewen Gao, Youth Settlement Programmer Hgao@mpnh.org, 604.879.8208 ext 318 […]Find out more »
Food Skills for Families: Free six-week healthy cooking program Cook simple and nutritious meals. Learn to read nutrition labels. Tour your local grocery store. Connecting people in the kitchen Teaching fun hands-on cooking skills Making healthy eating easy, enjoyable and affordable Yummy recipes! Hummus Kale salad Roasted veggies Quesadillas Granola bites Veggie fritters Homemade pizza […]Find out more »
Do you love food? Do you love FREE food? Do you like cooking or want to learn? Do you want to share your skills and earn honoraria/volunteer hours? Our Bring on the HEAT (Healthy Eating & Attitude for Teens) program will provide a fun, engaged, and hands-on learning experience for diverse youth, ages 13 to […]Find out more »
Free Mah Jong and Line Dancing from 3–5 p.m. with dinner purchase Members $6.00 | Non-Members $8.00 The menu includes wild salmon, seasonal veggies and dessert. Vegetarian option available by advance request. Sells out fast! Please RSVP by April 15. Register at the front desk or by phone 604.879.8208.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.