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Tuesday, Mar. 10, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
March Guest Speaker
Dina Campeis on the History of Chocolate
February Guest Speaker
Julie Cookson kindly shared her presentation.
Julie is the Executive Director of Anishnawbe Health Toronto. She discussed improving the health and well-being of Indigenous people in spirit, mind, emotion and body through Traditional Healing within a multi-disciplinary health care model.
Fairlawn Avenue United Church, 28 Fairlawn Ave.
Tuesday Lunch Crowd meets monthly from noon to 2:00 pm, September to June. TLC is open to adults of all ages in the wider community, and is a caring, fun-loving group. Bring your own sandwich. Coffee, tea and juice are provided. Soup is served during the winter months. 4 Teddington donates delicious cookies each month. We invite you donate a Loonie ($1) toward the cost of the refreshments.
Upcoming Dates – See you at 12 noon
Sept. 10 – Dina Campeis from Mosaic Home Care
Oct. 8 – Rev. Ambury Stuart on da Vinci’s Last Supper
Nov. 12 – Professor Glenys A. Babcock
Dec. 10 – Christmas Lunch
Jan. 14 – Arctic Cruise with Jan and Gary Schlee
Feb. 11 – Julie Cookson, Executive Director of Anishnawbe Health Toronto
March 10 – Dina Campeis on the History of Chocolate
April 14 – Neil Hetherington, Executive Director of the Daily Bread Food Bank
May 12 – Jocelyn Bell, Editor & Publisher of Broadview
June 9 – tbd
The gatherings are varied with guest speakers on a variety of fascinating topics such as politics, health and travel, as well as concerts and fellowship. A celebratory luncheon, with entertainment, is held at Christmas.
If you would like more information about the Tuesday Lunch Crowd, please feel free to reach us in one of the following ways:
Please let Allan or Denise know if you are coming so we will know how many to expect in order to plan seating arrangements and refreshments. Walk-ins are ok too. If you are new, and would like to know about future events, please provide your email.
Fairlawn Avenue United Church