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Storytime in the Book Nook

We’ve got a comfy reading nook in our space for your kids to have learn and have fun in! We’ve invited local author and farmer, Christina Hatton-Fearnley, to read her new book Girls Can Be Farmers Too on October 14 from 10-11am. Christina is bringing along chicks from her farm for the kids to engage […]

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Girl Force (grades 7-9) -In-person

The Girls Programs provide girls-only safe spaces where they can learn about and share their knowledge of leadership, activism, and community building. We facilitate various activities that include music, crafts, discussions, and most importantly, girl-led sessions where girls practice their leadership skills. Girls tell us that our programs are fun and that they help them

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Girl Power (grades 5-6) – In-person

The Girls Programs provide girls-only safe spaces where they can learn about and share their knowledge of leadership, activism, and community building. We facilitate various activities that include music, crafts, discussions, and most importantly, girl-led sessions where girls practice their leadership skills. Girls tell us that our programs are fun and that they help them

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Girl Force (grades 7-9) – Virtual

The Girls Programs provide girls-only safe spaces where they can learn about and share their knowledge of leadership, activism, and community building. We facilitate various activities that include music, crafts, discussions, and most importantly, girl-led sessions where girls practice their leadership skills. Girls tell us that our programs are fun and that they help them feel

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Girl Power (grades 5-6) – Virtual

The Girls Programs provide girls-only safe spaces where they can learn about and share their knowledge of leadership, activism, and community building. We facilitate various activities that include music, crafts, discussions, and most importantly, girl-led sessions where girls practice their leadership skills. Girls tell us that our programs are fun and that they help them

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A Summer of Girl Power

This post was written by Grace Millar, Girl Programs Coordinator at the Women’s Centre. “Girls are powerful.” These are the words of Kailan, age 10, a participant in our Girl Power activism camp this summer for girls going into Grades five and six. It’s been a wonderful summer for the Girl Programs at the Women’s

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