HYDAC Virtual Meeting - October 2020
This month is truly the time of fall with lots of exciting colourful changes in nature and all around us. It’s a reminder that we need to get our winter clothes ready for upcoming season. What to do with your old clothes.
A reminder that as the weather cools down there are so many people who do not have warm clothes to wear.
Donating jackets, gloves, hats that don’t fit or are not your favourite was a part of the conversation.
On the schedule - continued learning. Inspiring the mind. Our HYDAC council are so proud to announce that iCAN classrooms are now hosted by the Milton library - these classes start on Wednesday, October 21st - (all ages and all abilities) What are we covering?
podcasting (animals and communication)
spooky story telling - what is Halloween?,
calligraphy is beautiful and lastly, let’s learn about the learn about memory project.
Wednesday evening classrooms - 6:00pm - 7:00pm Sign up here!
We love and support the YMCA leadership programs - Youth matters. We hope you will join in the fight for a better future. Have you signed the youth petition? Taking concerns directly to the political leaders. Opening the conversation. Action is a crucial component of change and our youth advisory council and this is one way you can help. Report from: Aiden, Jeffery and Anthony Talking to MP Pam Damhoff about employment for everyone - jobs , housing, residences, and medication. Covid 19 has been hard on families in our community. For many of our youth and adults employment has been the topic of concern. More jobs - better pay. Talking about community issues was last on the list. Have you noticed any, thought about any issues, including environmental concerns?
RESOURCES: ‘Loneliness ’ - our crew know this word is vital and are making sure everyone is connected. Creating opportunities for community to interact and connect. www.projectautismcanada.com
Project Autism Online offers FREE programs, classrooms and activities for all ages and abilities.
Milton Public Library offers free programs.
Oakville Public Library