Write a letter to a senior living away from their family during the lockdown and brighten their day with your kindness.
We are huge fans of letter writing. My kids have always liked making cards, and I know exactly how much their letters mean to their grandparents and great aunts and uncles when they receive them in the mail. This year, so many folks are separated from their families because of COVID and now the lockdown. Brighten someone’s day with a handmade or hand-signed card this Christmas.
A beautiful soul named Amm took it upon herself to contact some seniors residences to see if they can and would accept Christmas cards, and this is the list she gathered. With Amm’s permission, we are sharing the locations she curated, and we would love to see them get some additional snail mail this year. And don’t worry about the date or delivery timing, even a late letter is an appreciated one!
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The National Day of Truth and Reconciliation is observed as a federal holiday on September 30th each year. To honour this sacred and solemn day, we have a list of gatherings, events and resources for your reference and consideration.
The weekend is here and we have combed through our events calendar to bring you a massive list of fun things to do this weekend
Mountsberg Conservation Area is one of eight Conservation Halton parks. It’s located in Campbellville and features outdoor activities and attractions suitable for everyone from littles to tweens. Grown-ups, too!
Take a trip back in time when you ride the antique carousel at Lakeside Park in Port Dalhousie. It really is a thing of beauty and nostalgia.
Family First Play Therapy has been supporting families for over 20 years and this fall they are opening a brand new location in Burlington! Learn
Here are our suggestions for the best places to see leaves change in Burlington and Hamilton.