Having Fun with Little Ones
Together in Elmwood Child-Parent Coalition
TIE Tykes Programs
A place to meet other parents and caregivers, children can enjoy creative playtime, circle time, craft time and enjoy a healthy snack together. Follow TIE Tykes on Facebook!
Free crafts, cooking, fitness, and literacy programs and field trips, too? If you have not already heard of TIE Tykes, you’ll want to check it out while you are taking care of young children. This wonderful program for 0-5 year-olds and their parents/caregivers is offered in our neighbourhood at no cost. It is easy to join, because TIE Tykes has a regular drop-in schedule held at three near-by locations. Simply stop in for a visit and learn more about up-coming activities.
This October, TIE Tykes rented a bus for everyone to attend a field trip on a farm outside of the city. The group enjoyed this fun and free field trip! TIE Tykes also held a clothing swap. families could simply picked-up or drop off snowsuits and clothing to keep cozy! These programs and many more can be found on their calendar, or by stopping by TIE Tykes! For more information contact: Leilani at email@example.com or 204-890-3282
You can find TIE Tykes at the following locations/times:
- Chalmers Community Club (480 Chalmers Ave.): Monday & Friday at 9am-Noon, Monday, Tuesday & Thursday at 1pm-3pm
2. EK Active Living Centre (180 Poplar Ave.): Tuesday & Thursday at 9am-Noon
3. East Elmwood Community Club (490 Keenleyside St.): Wednesday at 9am-Noon
Youth Enjoy After School Programs in the Neighbourhood!
The Youth in Elmwood Arts and Recreation (YEAR) Program program offered by Elmwood Community Resource Centre is an after school drop-in program providing youth with a supportive, safe place to learn and grow, featuring multi-cultural teaching as well as arts and crafts, nutrition, recreational activities and life skills training.
YEAR’s main goal is to keep the youth (age 12-17) involved in our community. They strongly believe when a person feels good about themselves and their achievements and that it will encourage them to make informed and positive life choices. Self-esteem is essential in a youth’s life and the YEAR program aims to build their self -esteems with a lot of encouragement, positive role modelling, and mentoring.
For more information contact 204-982-1720 ext. 309
ECRC offers many other programs for: Youth, Parents, Newcomers, Families, Literacy, Employment, and more.
Address: 545 Watt Street