Bread Basket, a local non-profit organization, is organizing a fall fundraiser here at St. Columba Church on September 30th.
It's a very family-friendly event featuring activities for the children and an optional bike tour!
Check out the poster for more info!
Brunch for Moms
12 - 1:30 p.m.
Childcare Room 2
Starting September 14, 2017
Join the Amcal team for Lunch for Moms! It’s an opportunity for mothers to meet, socialize, and discuss different topics of interest. Lunch will be served and on-site childcare is available for the little ones. This free activity is part of the Our Place Drop-In Moms and Tots Playgroup Program.
For more info, please call Kim Noble at 514-694-3161 Ext. 227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New this year!
1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
St. Columba Church Hall (adjacent to the kitchen)
Starting September 6, 2017
Breastfeeding moms, new moms, and expectant moms are invited to drop by the weekly breastfeeding clinic run by our local health service (CIUSSS ODIM/MWI IUHSSC). It’s a great opportunity to meet other moms, weigh your baby, and discuss your health questions with a nurse. Different topics will be discussed, depending on the needs of the group. A nourishing drop-in for mom and baby/child! Spouses supporting their ...
Visit the new West Island Resources Facebook group to see what resources are available on the West Island for you and your family and, alternatively, add your own resource!
Cerebral Palsy Guidance was created to provide answers and assistance to parents of a child with cerebral palsy. Our goal is to reach as many members of the cerebral palsy community as possible, building up a network of support, as well as providing necessary assistance.
We cover cerebral palsy from all angles–from symptoms, causes, and treatment, to daily living information, such as communication and transitioning to adulthood articles.
St. Columba-by-the-Lake Church has an opening for a
The kids animator plays an important role in each child’s experience of the church and is a member of the church’s pastoral team.
This is a part-time position (2 days/week on average with some times of the year requiring more and others less) that will begin in September 2016. For the complete job description, please visit St. Columba’s website. Email inquiries can be sent to Terril Doman, H.R. Committee Convener at email@example.com.
Volunteers Needed for St. Columba's Window Marché
Every Friday, volunteers from St. Columba Church set up a lovely window market in our shared hallway where they sell fresh baked goods, soups, and conveniently-packaged meals to go. Members who participate in Friday classes have no doubt seen and enjoyed the Marché! St. Columba considers the Marché an outreach and fellowship activity with the Women's Centre and the community at large.
St. Columba is looking for more volunteers to help with this initiative. Volunteers are needed:
Thursday afternoons from 1-4 ...
The West Island Lakers Basketball Association (WILBA) is a non-profit organization which was started in the 1960’s. WILBA is committed in doing what is right for the players. Membership has grown to over 900 members, starting at pre-novice, 6 years of age, up through juvenile,18 years of age (house league). A girls league was started in 1999.
Coaches and assistant coaches receive training through clinics. The referees and minor official staff are developed from within the organization.
The association offers an excellent house league as well as a competitive interc...
The CALACS de l’Ouest de l’Île is a non-profit feminist organization with a mission of supporting female victims of sexual assault and providing prevention services to the community.
For more information about the support and services available at this organization, please get in touch with the West Island CALACS:
Tel : 514-684-2198
Fax : 514-684-4703
4894 Boul. Des Sources
CP 43536, Roxboro, DDO
We are proud to announce the re-establishment of Block Parents in our community, thanks to the initiative of one parent planting a seed and watching it grow into public interest on the West Island and, finally, into community groups.
In Pointe-Claire, we started as a few parents interested in developing and maintaining our small-town feel of community while dealing with a larger-city population. Seeing as knowing thy neighbour is not always that easy, particularly when there are 31 000 of them, we had to look to other ways we could bring the community together to create ...