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Proposed community garden map with text reading Community Harvest Garden at Calvin Park

New Loving Spoonful garden underway at Calvin Park

Loving Spoonful's newest Community Harvest Garden will soon be under construction at the Calvin Park Branch! Part of a bigger project to rejuvenate our courtyard and greenspace, the garden will provide free or low-cost food to community members, including through a Community Harvest Market at the branch on Thursdays from 3 to 5 p.m. starting June 30.

Check out the Community Harvest website, and follow them on Facebook for other ways to get or stay involved.

May We Suggest

May We Suggest

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Books with a rainbow and text reading May We Suggest:  International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

May We Suggest: Understanding why IDAHOTB matters

The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia is May 17, every year, in recognition of the World Health Organization declassifying homosexuality as a mental disorder on May 17, 1990. This year's theme is “Our Bodies, Our Lives, Our Rights”, highlighting the right to live one's sexuality, express gender(s) freely, and be free of violence and discrimination.

Bear for Breakfast with text reading Join Us for a Munsch Storywalk -  StoryWalk® of Bear for Breakfast / Makwa kidji kijebà wìsiniyàn by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Jay Odjick.

It's a Munsch StoryWalk®!

Drop in and enjoy this bilingual (English and Algonquin) StoryWalk® of Bear for Breakfast / Makwa kidji kijebà wìsiniyàn by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Jay Odjick! On May 21 from 10 a.m. to noon, follow along the pages at the Lions Civic Gardens, right beside the Isabel Turner Branch (935 Gardiners Road). The StoryWalk® includes QR codes to listen to the Algonquin translation of the book.