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What to do.

Tuesday, June 15

Laurier Alumni presents Inspiring Conversations: Looking Back to Move Forward: Ensuring Indigenous Children Maintain Their Culture. Join this conversation to learn about the ways in which Indigenous people are working to help children to maintain their family relations, stay in community, provide psychological and social supports, develop programs within their territories and communities, and how everyone can be involved in this important work. Tuesday, June 15 at 11:30 a.m.

Learn how to mend your own clothes to help keep loved items out of the landfill with Kitchener Public Library’s Repair-A-Thon at 6:30 p.m.

Looking to write the next great romance novel? Kitchener Public Library is hosting ImagineIt: Writing Romance a Creative Workshop with Farah Heron. This workshop will explore the craft of romance writing to help create believable, swoony, satisfying romance novels. Farah will cover the requirements of the genre and a discussion of all the subgenres, before diving into plot structure, setting, dialogue, scenes, and nailing the emotions to hook readers. Tuesday, June 15 at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, June 16

IdeaExchange invites you to Roman By The Book with Kayleigh Platz. This month, Kayleigh moderates a chat about The Soulmate Equation by Christina Lauren. Wednesday, June 16 at 8 p.m.

SPECTRUM invites you to The Liberation Generation at 7 p.m. Join them for a panel of Rainbow elders answering questions from young LGBTQ2+ people. Moderated by MPP Laura Mae Lindo.

Thursday, June 17

The City of Kitchener has a virtual Strawberry Social at 6:30 p.m.

uxWaterloo hosts When Research Excludes with Meena Kothandaraman this Thursday at 12 p.m. Join Meena, co-founder of twig+fish as she shares where resource-poor research processes are not only vulnerable to neglecting the Black voice, but more likely to completely exclude it.

Join Kitchener Public Library for QueerKPL: Drag Then & Now to learn about drag history with special guests Russ Martin and Flare. Researcher Russ Martin presents and facilitates this program about the history of drag in Toronto & Canada. Russ will also be joined by internationally renowned drag king Flare to discuss where drag kings fit into drag history in Canada and beyond. Thursday, June 17 at 7 p.m.

Join THEMUSEUM for Proud to Be, a variety show streamed right from THEMUSUEM for Pride 2021. Guests include TikTok Star and Canada’s Drag Race contestant, Kyne. From performances and activities, to cocktail demonstrations, you’re sure to find something for you as they celebrate LGBTQ2+ people in our community. Thursday, June 17 at 7 p.m.

Friday, June 18

It’s Tacofest time! Order your tacos to go packages today for the event on Friday!

Saturday, June 19

Celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day and Indigenous History Month at Kitchener Public Library with 85Green: Cooking with Chef Zerka. He’ll guide you through making Bannock, a type of fry-bread that is crispy golden on the outside, and soft and fluffy on the inside. Saturday, June 19 at 2 p.m.

How well do you know Uptown Waterloo? Put you knowledge to the test with the Uptown BIA Amazing Race Scavenger Hunt. Clues start at 10 a.m. and your team has until 5 p.m. to submit your answers for chances to win some amazing prizes.

CAFKA presents Khadija Baker Performing Community Garden. Performing community garden is a participatory performance, and subsequent video work, where Baker employs story-telling and memories in a reciprocal relationship with community members. Wearing a hand-woven dress designed to hold a number of plants, Baker will share a plant with a name attached to it, with participants to take home with them. The names of the plants belong to primarily civilians who have been lost or displaced through violent situations as well as the names of survivors who have recently arrived in Canada.

Sunday, June 20

It’s Lando Day at Short Finger Brewing! Plus, you can grab some amazing food next door at Wooden Boat Food Co.


Ways to support local.

Cycling into the Future is raising funds to help get more kids riding bikes around Waterloo Region. They provide in-school instruction and supply bikes and helmets to those who can’t afford them. They’re holding a fundraiser from June 18-27 and the awesome folks at CycleWR have a team you can join – or create your own!


What to read.

Why are white people afraid to say ‘white supremacy?’ (The Record)

Brain injury group distributes free bike helmets for children (The Record)

The Side Hustle: Digital Disruptor, Anthony Ramsay (Community Edition)

Local podcast creators are connecting the community with interviews and more (Communitech News)

Land Back Camp returns, raises tipi at Laurel Creek (InsideWaterloo)

This newsletter is being replaced with a cannabis store.

TL;WR for June 8 through June 14, 2021

What to do.

Tuesday, June 8

SPECTRUM has a focus group called Not Queer Enough. It’s for people who are asexual and/or aromantic where you can share your needs and experiences, including queer gatekeeping. Tuesday, June 8 at 7 p.m.

Kitchener Public Library presents 85 Queen: Stratford Festival Presents Serving Elizabeth. Join Marcia Johnson as she discusses her play, Serving Elizabeth, which will be part of the Stratford Festival’s 2021 season. Serving Elizabeth is a story told over two distinct time periods: 1952 Kenya, when Princess Elizabeth is visiting, and 2015 London, when a production company is preparing to shoot an episode of a popular series that deals with that visit. It highlights the ironies of historical storytelling and helps us better understand the world then and now.

Wednesday, June 9

In partnership with PFLAG Waterloo, Wellington, Perth Region SPECTRUM presents a panel of four straight, cisgender parents who will discuss the unique challenges and opportunities of parenting LGBTQ2+ children moderated by Suzie Taka. Wednesday, June 9 at 7 p.m.

Laurier EdTalks presents Inspiring innovation in our children at 7 p.m. This session will provide an overview of many inspiring Canadian innovations that can be used as models for developing innovation skills in young people.

Thursday, June 10

Let's take action on Affordable Housing in Waterloo Region! Join Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation on Thursday, June 10, 2021 from 1-3 pm for their annual Townhall Meeting. Learn more & register: https://hopin.com/events/kwcf-townhall-2021.

CAFKA presents an artist talk featuring Aaron Francis, founder and curator of Vintage Black Canada and University of Waterloo Art Gallery Director, Ivan Jurakic discussing Francis’ recent photographic installation Tamarack Drive and the subject of Black portraiture as well as the role art can play in (in)forming transnational identity. Thursday, June 10 at 7 p.m.

IdeaExchange has CTAL: Architecture’s Stories on at 10 a.m. Many authors have likened buildings to books, suggesting that their walls tell the stories of the relationships they enable or inhibit. This lecture will delve into buildings as windows into history.

Friday, June 11

The next ProductTank Waterloo meetup has Tessa Torres talking about the key differences between project-based discovery and continuous discovery that can give your team a clear benchmark to aspire to. Friday, June 11 at 12 p.m.

Celebrate Pride with virtual trivia from Waterloo Public Library. Test your knowledge of queer pop culture and LGBTQ2+ history. Prizes will be awarded. This event is designed for adults and may not be suitable for younger participants. Friday, June 11 at 7 p.m.

Saturday, June 12

THEMUSEUM has Proud to Be: Storytime on at 11 a.m. Join Empress Miss Drew for a Drag Queen storytime. Miss Drew will be reading children’s stories for 30 minutes centered on LGBTQ+ themes.

Data for Good Waterloo Region has partnered with THEMUSEUM for Datathon. Join in on a team of 4-5 volunteers to work together to solve THEMUSEUM's challenge – better understanding and its member and donor base as it embarks on a significant expansion. Details on their meetup page.

The Culinary Studio has Classic Outdoor Grill featuring some new summertime favourites like "Butchers Choice" Hanger Steak and crispy smashed potatoes. Saturday, June 12 at 4 p.m.

Monday, June 14

BeccaHosts has 80s trivia on at 8 p.m.


Ways to get involved locally.

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Phidon Pens in Cambridge is holding a 30 Days of Sketching Challenge through July 1. Every post enters you to win an awesome sketching kit. Details on their Instagram page.

Raise funds and champion a community of belonging at Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region's virtual Walk-or-Wheel fundraiser, happening June 1-14! Get active and take part in activities and challenges at home, in your neighbourhood and throughout Waterloo Region. All fundraised dollars will support EAFWR's community development initiatives that focus on partnership development, education and awareness, and creating opportunities for people with a disability in our community. Learn more and register at walkorwheelwr.ca.

What’s your superpower? Soar high, stay safe and participate at your own pace in the KidsAbility Superhero Challenge June 7-13. Join forces (virtually) with others in this fun, friendly and inclusive community challenge. You choose your how to participate to raise funds to support children and youth served by KidsAbility. Register your superpower abilities at www.kidsabilitysuperherochallenge.com or donate to help kids achieve great things at home, at school and in the community!

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Bicycles and beer – it’s the Great Beer Pursuit scavenger hunt from the Hydrocut Trails and Together We're Bitter Co-operative Brewing. Join them for a fun scavenger hunt around Kitchener-Waterloo. Follow clues to discover 10 locations to enter to win prizes from TWB, The Hydrocut Trails, and other local businesses. The Great Beer Pursuit runs from June 3 - 20. 


What to read.

A place for the homeless in Kitchener needs its own home (The Record)

Waterloo Region organizations and businesses are working to create a welcoming space for everyone in the LGBTQ2+ community (Communitech Tech News)

Holly Hatam is living her dream by bringing children’s books to life through magical illustrations that centre people of colour and celebrate diversity. (Community Edition)

Honouring the lives of the 215 children, and the hundreds more who have yet to be recovered (InsideWaterloo)

'Ginger Goat' hot sauce, which is made here in Waterloo Region, is now one of ten featured on popular YouTube show 'Hot Ones' (Kitchener Today)

Waterloo Region’s West Montrose Covered Bridge: 140 Years Young (Explore Waterloo Region)

The Hemlock Barn in Waterloo a lock for a tasty smash burger (Waterloo Chronicle)

Yeah, it's June.

TL;WR for June 1 through June 7, 2021

The Anishinabek Nation has a free resource that helps people understand the Indian Residential School System.

What to do.

Tuesday, June 1

​Join Laurier Associate Dean, Associate Professor and Author Dr. Gus Hill in celebration of his recent publishing of Indigenous Healing: Voices of Elders and Healers. Gus will share about his journey compiling the knowledge to write this book in a Q&A format event with Melissa Ireland, Laurier's Director, Indigenous Initiatives. Current Bachelor of Social Work student Sieara Miller, will be joining Gus and Melissa to offer a reading and share her personal reflection. Tuesday, June 1 at 12 p.m.

Kitchener Public Library has 85 Queen: Stratford Festival presents I Am William with director Esther Jun. She’ll sharesinsight into her direction for the Stratford Festival’s 2021 production of I Am William. The musical tells the imagined story of Margaret Shakespeare, a young writer of great skill and imagination who, with the help of her brother William, navigates a dangerous time to become one of the world’s greatest writers.

Waterloo Public Library and Loloan Lobby Bar present Cocktail Hour at 7 p.m. Learn how to make two special Loloan cocktails – the Ingat Loloan Bali and Bo Lan Hattan. Use ingredients at home or order kits from Loloan – must order by today, Monday May 31.

Wednesday, June 2

Looking to trade summer reading for summer writing? Kitchener Public Library has ImagineIt: World Building a Creative Workshop with Jael Richardson at 7 p.m. Richardson unpacks the strategy she used to build the dystopian world in her best-selling novel Gutter Child. From concept to final product, writers will learn how to build wild and imaginative, or close-to-real-life, settings that explore systems of power with practical, step-by-step guidance.

THEMUSEUM presents Proud to Be: Be True To You, a dialogue with Jessica Platt. Platt is a trans woman and will be talking about the importance of being true to yourself. As well as share her experience being a trans woman in sports in a time where their participation is highly contested. Wednesday, June 2 at 7 p.m.

Thursday, June 3

Learn how to make those awesome Taco Farm Birria Tacos at home! Join them on June 3 for Trip To Mexico Virtual Cooking Class. $75, includes everything you need to cook and serve two people, Chef Nick’s instructional card and his zoom invitation class.

Friday, June 4

Story time! Celebrate Pride Month with a special Reading is Fun-damental Drag Queen Storytime video created by Fay & Fluffy Their exciting show focuses on books, songs and includes lots of laughs. Drag Queen Storytime is sponsored by Kitchener Public Library, Idea Exchange, Region of Waterloo Library and Waterloo Public Library. Friday, June 4 at 9:30 a.m.

Saturday, June 5

June 5 is Canadian Homebrew Day and Short Finger Brewery and friends have got together to honour True Grist member Christina Burbadge with proceeds going to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.

Waterloo Public Library has Storytime with Miss Drew at 11 a.m. This program will be streamed live and can be viewed on the library’s Facebook and YouTube Channel.

Sunday, June 6

SPECTRUM’s Pride Month has virtual walking tours of the University of Waterloo campus with the City of Waterloo Museum and the Glow Centre – the oldest continuously running LGBTQ+ student group in Canada.

Monday, June 7

BeccaHosts has RuPaul's Drag Race trivia live on Twitch starting at 8 p.m.

IdeaExchange has authors Catherine McKenzie, Marissa Stapley, and Hannah Mary McKinnon online for Thrills and Chills. They will be talking about their latest books, Six Weeks to Live, Lucky, and You Will Remember Me. Kayleigh Platz will moderate this discussion. Monday, June 7 at 7 p.m.


Ways to support local.

We’re down to the final days for the Rangers Reach 50/50 Raffle is in support of Mike Farwell's "Farwell4Hire" Campaign, raising funds and awareness in support of Cystic Fibrosis (CF). Get your tickets today!

There’s good news for all you DTK Art Walk fans coming soon - but for now, check out this awesome video tour from Video by Chelsea and the Downtown Kitchener BIA.

Got your Tacofest tickets yet? June 18 is coming up quick!

What’s your superpower? Soar high, stay safe and participate at your own pace in the KidsAbility Superhero Challenge June 7-13. Join forces (virtually) with others in this fun, friendly and inclusive community challenge. You choose your how to participate to raise funds to support children and youth served by KidsAbility. Register your superpower abilities at www.kidsabilitysuperherochallenge.com or donate to help kids achieve great things at home, at school and in the community!

Let's take action on Affordable Housing in Waterloo Region! Join Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation on Thursday, June 10, 2021, from 1-3 pm for their annual Townhall Meeting. Learn more & register: https://hopin.com/events/kwcf-townhall-2021.

Friend of the newsletter Luke has a new company called Circuit IQ. They have a limited-time offer for the electrical panel mapping service - figure out where those receptacles and light switches actually go. $100 + HST - details here.


What to read.

Andrew Coppolino has a great piece on 10 alt tacos (and 3 almost tacos) to try across Waterloo Region (Explore Waterloo Region)

Local photographer captures frustration and gratitude amid pandemic – Taylor Pace talks with photographer Ryan Antooa (Kitchener Today)

How one local mom is building a low-tech education startup one block at a time (Communitech News)

Hot Ketchup Doritos Summer

TL;WR for May 26 through May 30, 2021

What to do.

Tuesday, May 25

Here’s a special invitation to join Pat The Dog Theatre for a virtual Presentation of Movement Betwixt Worlds, led by Tara Butler. Featuring Nancy Kenny, Kate Kamo McHugh and Roselyn Kelada-Sedra sharing new dance pieces-in-process developed this spring. Artist discussion to follow. Curious about dance? How to get more movement into your life? Contact hello@patthedog.org to get the link.

Guest presenter Kelly Goto joins the next Zeitspace Session to talk about the cloud-based tools now available for research coding and collaboration like Dovetail and Airtable. Tuesday, May 25 at 12 p.m.

Join artists Eponine Lee and Gabriel Long to learn more about what it means to be a young actor at Kitchener Public Library’s 85Queen: Stratford Presents Young Actors. Tuesday, May 25 at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, May 26

Laurier EdTalks presents Building resilience in our children and youth with Dr. Carolyn FitzGerald who will present a number of strategies and approaches that parents and educators can use to support the development of resilience in children and youth. Wednesday, May 26 at 7 p.m.

rare’s Conversations for Conservation brings you Jenna Quinn, rare’s Program Scientist, for a virtual presentation and Dr. Andrew MacDougall, University of Guelph, for a Q&A to discuss their partnership project to plant a tallgrass prairie at rare. Learn about the basics of tallgrass prairie, the importance of the habitat, and the progress, challenges, and successes of their 10+ year restored prairie project. Wednesday, May 26 at 8 p.m.

Thursday, May 27

Laurier Alumni present Career Pivots: Reinventing Yourself in an Ever-Changing World at 8 a.m. Join them for a discussion with Laurier alumnae, who have overcome the self-doubt to activate their connections, leverage skills and made the leap. You'll leave with a better understanding of your required steps and more confidence to take action.

This Thursday is a double shot of local trivia from Kitchener Public Library and Waterloo Public Library. First, at Kitchener Public Library, show how much you know KW with Get Social Trivia: Local History at 7 p.m. Library staff from the Grace Schmidt Room of Local History will be putting you to the test. This month, they are launching History in the Making, a digital database that will help you dive into the rich history of Kitchener and Waterloo Region and discover the people, places and stories from our past that shape our present. If you have the opportunity to explore this platform, you'll be in great shape for trivia. At the same time at Waterloo Public Library, can you tell fact from fiction? Listen to stories told by local guests at Hidden Historian Uptown BIA Event. Some will share stories of true Waterloo facts and some will tell tall tales. Pick the truths from the lies in this fun pub style game for your chance to win awesome prizes.

Friday, May 28

The Jendy Way plays live online for Lana’s Lounge Friday Take Out (or delivery). Check out their page for menu items including Garlic Butter Beef Kabobs, Lana’s Seafood Bake with Lobster, Shrimp and Crab, or Cream Cheese Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms.

Monday, May 31

BeccaHosts has Disney trivia on at 8 p.m. This week, they're covering everything from Disney – Classic Disney, The Disney Renaissance, Pixar films, and more.


Ways to support local.

What’s your superpower? Soar high, stay safe and participate at your own pace in the KidsAbility Superhero Challenge June 7-13. Join forces (virtually) with others in this fun, friendly and inclusive community challenge. You choose your how to participate to raise funds to support children and youth served by KidsAbility. Register your superpower abilities at www.kidsabilitysuperherochallenge.com or donate to help kids achieve great things at home, at school and in the community!

May’s Rangers Reach 50/50 Raffle is in support of Mike Farwell's "Farwell4Hire" Campaign, raising funds and awareness in support of Cystic Fibrosis (CF). They’re also introducing $1,000 Thursdays, where each Thursday in May, they have Early Bird Prizing worth $1000 or more. Get your tickets today!

You know what your team needs? Tacos. And Taco Fest WR has you covered.


What to read.

Alex Bielak writes about Chef D’s new pop-up wood fired pizza shop in Belmont Village.

Sarah talks with MPP Laura Mae Lindo on the Shine Mama podcast. Find it on her website here and on Apple Podcasts here.

New Communitech CEO aims to make Waterloo Region’s startup ecosystem the best in the world (The Record).

Emergency food program receives $15K from Shopify (Kitchener Today)

Car rally attracts hundreds in support of Palestine (InsideWaterloo)

Changing With The Times: How Good Company Productions Adapted To The Pandemic And Is Helping Local Artists (Community Edition)

We're just that much closer to waiting in line outside the club.

TL;WR for May 18 through May 25, 2021

What to do.

Tuesday, May 18

How will the arts recover after COVID-19? Join the Alliance for a Grand Community for the panel discussion “COVID-19 Recovery in the Arts” featuring speakers from arts and culture fields from across Canada in a broad discussion of economic development, funding, and resilience as they prepare for post-COVID recovery. Tuesday, May 18 at 11 a.m.

Join Sam Brennand of OnCall Health with the Communitech Sales Leaders Peer2Peer as he discusses 5 lessons he’s learned from a decade spent in a variety of account management and customer success leadership roles at Venture Accelerator Partners, Uberflip, InVision, and OnCall Health. Tuesday, May 18 at 3 p.m.

Join the Downtown Kitchener Neighbourhood Association to learn about Tiny Home Takeout - Downtown Kitchener's tiniest to go dinner spot. Tony Stortz, Outreach Coordinator at St. Mary Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows Parish, will the us for an interview style discussion all about Tiny Home Takeout, how the project is making a difference for people downtown, what operations look like, what's on the menu, and how you can support. Tuesday, May 18 at 7 p.m.

Learn to mend and darn your clothing! Repair-A-Thon at Kitchener Public Library volunteers will teach you how to sew a button, mend a tear, and darn a hole in knitted items. Pick us a kit of supplies a week before the program. Tuesday, May 18 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Waterloo Public Library and Renison College present Field of Dreamers: Recreational Softball Beyond the Binary. The panel discussion asks how we can imagine recreational sports outside of the gender binary and the forms of toxic masculinity that often permeate these spaces. The panel will also discuss the basics of creating queer and non-binary sports leagues, the political work of recreational sports, and the need for municipalities to re-imagine adult recreation post-pandemic. Tuesday, May 18 at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, May 19

REEP and the Region of Waterloo are hosting Ready, Set, Grow – learn how your garden can mitigate climate change, boost biodiversity and provide food. Plus tips on spring clean-up, weeds and pollinators. Wednesday, May 19 at 7:30 p.m.

You can’t drive through downtown Kitchener without seeing construction cranes – but what kind of city are we building? That’s the question Rick Haldenby, Professor, University of Waterloo School of Architecture, will be answering at the aptly named event What Kind of City Are We Building? An Architecture Talk with Prof. Rick Haldenby on Wednesday, May 19 at 7 p.m.

Just because we can’t travel to far off places doesn’t mean we can’t do some exploring through our kitchens. A World in My Kitchen with Jasmine Mangalaseril offers you the opportunity to learn about other cultures through well-loved dishes. You’ll get a recipe and, when possible, suggestions as to where to find ingredients, restaurants, cookbooks, and other resources. Wednesday, May 19 at 7 p.m.

Join Kayleigh Platz and Idea Exchange for Romance By The Book. This month the conversation is on Asking for a Friend by Andi Osho. Wednesday, May 19 at 8 p.m.

Thursday, May 20

You’ve found the use case, the tech is viable and your customers would buy it. You take a deep breath and ask yourself “Is this the right thing to do”? You don’t? You probably should. Join ProductTank Waterloo for With great power comes… Claire Woodcock on Ethics for Product Managers to for an introduction to the world of digital ethics. Thursday, May 20 at 12 p.m.

The Libro Chamber Young Professionals is hosting a Mexican Fiesta on Thursday, May 20 at 4:30 p.m. Join then for a virtual cooking class lead by Brian McCourt, Culinary Director for Ignite Group where you’ll be making Achiote Pork & Charred Pineapple Tacos. The First 20 registrants get a free bottle of locally made Ginger Goat Hot Sauce.

Dive deep into the world of the everyday beer – and the science behind its uncertain future at 85 Green: The Buzz on Bumblebees a book launch with Dana Church on Thursday, May 20 at 6:30 p.m.

Join uxWaterloo for their May 2021 Community Shorts edition. Topics will include interviewing users with hearing loss, advanced journey mapping, intersections across UX domains, remote testing, and UX in a paediatric care setting. Thursday, May 20 at 5:30 p.m.

Sunday, May 23

KWAG’s Family Sunday encourages you to think about what makes you happy! This month’s activities are inspired by the little things in life that bring you joy, either in your home or neighbourhood. Check in throughout the month for a series of activity prompts that will inspire you to get creative, look for little moments of happiness and hopefully make you laugh along the way.

Monday, May 24

BeccaHosts has 90s trivia at 8 p.m. with prizes from Descendants Beer & Beverage Co.


Ways to support local.

Empty Bowls, in support of the Food Bank of Waterloo Region kicks off on May 20. This year, hundreds of unique bowls will be auctioned off starting at noon on Thursday, May 20 to noon on Tuesday, May 25. The minimum bid starts at $30 per bowl. Please note, the minimum bid for two bowls is $60, four bowls is $120 and so on. All bowls were handmade by the talented members of the Waterloo Potters’ Workshop and donated for the Empty Bowls silent auction.

May Daze is fundraising effort is in support of a new creative industries complex in St. Jacob's Ontario, the Three Sisters Cultural Centre. The Centre will house a critical mass of artistic enterprises to form a community by providing an affordable and supportive environment in which the creative industry can thrive in Waterloo Region. Within the Centre artists will find a place to create, sell and teach, as the Centre includes Studio space, a Gallery and Event space, all combined in a tourist setting.

Bike for a great cause – join the Bike-A-Thon for Affordable Housing with MennoHomes on June 12, 2021. All funds raised will go towards their new affordable housing project at 544 Bridgeport Road East, Kitchener.


What to read.

Juanita Metzger writes about 160 Unusual Destinations in Ontario in her Hyperlocal Travel column for The Community Edition.

May is Museum Month. Check out Explore Waterloo Region for how to Take a Virtual Visit to Waterloo Region’s Amazing Museums.

Rachael MacIntosh has the story on how Dyke Bar Takeover has raised money for local LGBTQ+ organizations despite lockdown restrictions.

Odd jobs for a great cause. Farwell4Hire celebrates eight years of raising awareness of cystic fibrosis (Communitech News).

More than 1,000 participate in rally supporting Palestinians (The Record)

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