All members of the community are invited to attend this important educational event.
REGISTER NOW! for our FREE seminar on concussions featuring Dr. Michael Hutchison, a Leaside fellow and MD, PhD at St Michael’s and the University of Toronto. Dr. Hutchison is well respected for his research and presentations and speaks from personal experience with concussion. Dr. Hutchison will be introduced by Dr. Charles Tator, Canada’s foremost concussion researcher. There will be a question and answer period after the presentation.
Who should attend?
Coaches, parents, students, anyone who would like to learn more about:
Attendees will also receive handout prepared by Dr. Hutchison for this event.
REGISTER NOW! Limited seating available.
Friday, November 17, 7pm
Leaside Memorial Community Gardens – William Lea Room
Special Guest and Keynote Speaker:
An award winning journalist in both the music and boxing fields, Jones is a three time former
Golden Glove Champion and was inducted into the Canadian Boxing Hall of Fame.
2017 Inductees and Athlete of the Year:
Dave Gardner, Hockey
Robert Moore, Distance Running
Shawn O’Sullivan, Boxing
Phil Stein, Hockey and Builder
Athlete of The Year – Mariah Hinds, Hockey Player
Available at Leaside Arena Office, Hockey Shop & Curling Club Office
For more information visit: leasidesports.com
JOIN US SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 2017 | 10am-3pm
We will be partnering with Leaside-based Sarah and Claire’s Food Drive to not only celebrate 65 years of the Gardens proudly serving our community, but to also launch the food drive’s fundraising initiative of bringing more food to the tables of those in need this Thanksgiving season.
Please bring a non-perishable food item and help us eliminate hunger together!
(Collection boxes will be in in the arena until October 6th )
* REFRESHMENTS * DISPLAYS * MORE *
You’re invited to the official Ground Breaking ceremony for the second rink at Leaside Gardens beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday June 16th in the arena parking lot, to be followed by a community barbecue. Everyone is invited to come out and be part of this exciting day for Leaside and our surrounding neighbourhoods.
Please take a moment to check out our:
Hockey hero Paul Henderson, along with a few other special guests, will be in person to greet fans and support the arena expansion fundraising initiatives!
Paul Henderson and the Henderson Jersey Homecoming Tour will be rolling into Leaside Memorial Gardens to support fundraising efforts for the expansion of the facilities, as well as to meet fans and celebrate an iconic piece of Canadian history. The free admission traveling exhibit features Henderson’s 1972 Summit Series Jersey, the hockey gloves he wore in that game, rare Canadian hockey memorabilia and interactive games and fun for all ages. Residents are encouraged to come out and enjoy the festivities.
BBQ by Rob and Jessi Tremblett’s Valumart
Coffee by Mountain Bean Coffee
LEASIDE GARDENS SEPT 25, 2011
IF YOU HAVE BEEN CONSIDERING A NAMING OPPORTUNITY OR A DONATION, THIS IS THE DAY TO MAKE YOUR COMMITMENT!
ALL DONATIONS RECEIVED ON SEPT 25TH WILL BE MATCHED BY SMARTCENTRES
At ACE (Alliance for Cultural Equity), we are aware that the fundraising for the Arena Expansion project is in its critical phase and would like to extend a hand by organizing a fundraising dinner in support of this cause. 100 % proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards expansion project.
ACE is a multicultural, non-profit organization dedicated to addressing issues that affect immigrants in the course of their settlement and integration into Canadian society.
ACE’s mandate is to support and to empower immigrant communities, helping them to address critical issues in their neighbourhoods and workplace. Since its inception in November 2010, ACE has assisted new immigrants through its numerous services. ACE’s programs and services will constantly evolve and develop in response to the needs of the community.
Our work is guided by our vision of equality, social justice, equal access, and democracy. Our tools are advocacy, public education, community development, coalition building, and bridging with the broader community and the mainstream.
Our mission is to empower the diverse communities living in Canada in general, and women and youth in particular through leadership and innovation in service delivery, community-building and advocacy.
We also want to take the lead in building bridges and partnerships between diverse communities living in Toronto.
We request your support for this genuine cause.
WHAT: Fundraiser for Leaside Arena Expansion Project
WHEN: Sunday, July 24, 2011
WHERE: William Lee Room, Leaside Gardens, 1073 Millwood Road
TIME: 6:00 PM