The Week Ahead @ Cedarbrae!
Are you new to Canada and between the ages of 13 to 24? What are you doing tomorrow afternoon?
Come check out Volunteering - 40 Hours and Beyond, a workshop to introduce newcomer youth to the benefits of volunteering, different types of volunteering work, and how to find such opportunities. (Monday, April 30 from 5 - 6:30 p.m. at Cedarbrae branch)
What are the symptoms and risk factors of Alzheimer's disease, and how can we reduce our risk of developing it? How do changes in the brain affect our behaviour and our ability to live life to the fullest?
Learn the answers to these and other related questions at Understanding Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease, an information session offered by the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. (Thursday, May 3 from 3 to 4 p.m. at Cedarbrae branch)
And look for more exciting events at your local library coming up like May flowers; after all, May is Asian Heritage Month! Cedarbrae is celebrating the culture of West Asia starting at noon on Saturday, May 5. No registration is required, so drop by for performances of music and dance, plus tales from faraway lands spun by Dan Yashinsky, co-founder of Storytelling Toronto. Stay tuned for more!