It’s one of the days I’ve been looking forward to when I was still a caregiver: attending free event at Centre for Newcomers.
A few weeks ago, I mentioned Centre for Newcomers on the post How to Renew Philippine Passport in Calgary.
And today, I’m writing again entirely about the centre for newcomers in Calgary.
A timely post on how to spend your summer with family . . . and new friends.
Women’s Health and Family Wellness Expo 2016
This coming Saturday, all are invited to come to the event at the center.
The workshop aims to promote and maintain healthy mind, body, and spirit. I’m sure it’s going to be fun similar to other events I attended at the centre . . . many years ago.
When: August 13th (Saturday)
Time: Saturday 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Registration: starts at 12:30 pm at the door
Workshops and Activities
- Emotional well-being
- Children’s activities
- Healthy relationships
- And much more
I have to write it again: this is going to be FUN!
Apart from the activities, you’ll have the chance to win door prizes.
Mom and dad, there’s no need to worry if you are attending the event with the little ones because childcare is provided.
As we often hear in Canada “No worries!”
If you have questions about the event or settlement services of the centre, don’t hesitate to call the friendly staff.
Address: 1010, 999 – 36 Street NE Calgary, AB T2A 7X6
(Pacific Place Mall north-east entrance) Marlborough C-Train Station
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Don’t Miss an Opportunity at Centre for Newcomers
The Women’s Health and Family Wellness Expo is one of the workshops at the centre.
To stay informed at the upcoming events, you can register with the help of one of the certified settlement practitioners.
(That’s how I received the information about the event. I get to choose to attend or write about it. Or maybe both.)
You can also check online the other workshops being offered at the Centre for Newcomers. All the workshops are FREE of charge.
Well . . . it’s not entirely free.
You have to give away your valuable TIME in exchange of learning new things and meeting people of varying cultural backgrounds.
Shouldn’t we all agree that constant learning is one of the ways to become a successful newcomer in Canada?
So mark your calendar.
By the way there’s one requirement: have fun on Saturday.
Have you been to any settlement agency in Calgary? What event did you like the most?