I Heart Neighbourhood with Regent Park Focus

On February 13, 2018, I Heart Neighbourhood will bring together friends, neighbours and supporters at the Daniels Spectrum to celebrate and support the importance of building strong, vibrant, compassionate neighbourhoods in our great city.

This unique collaborative fundraising event brings together The Neighbourhood Group, Sprintide Resources, Regent Park Focus, Jessies - The June Callwood Centre for Young Women, and Bellwoods Centres for Community Living to raise much-needed funds to support important programs and services. Collectively, our agencies serve 50,000 Torontonians each year.

Attendees will enjoy an elegant evening mixing delicious fare and beverages with both a silent and live auction, live entertainment, and the opportunity to learn about the work of five local charities.

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Want to be a TV reporter? Come join our TV news production team on Wednesdays and cover neighborhood events and studio shows. For youth 14 to 24 years. Contact us for registration info.

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Every Monday to Thursday 4:30pm to 7pm we are holding music production workshops. For youth 14 to 29 years. Contact for more information.

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Come out and co-host a weekly youth radio show on Radio Regent. Our youth radio collective meets every Tuesday from 4:30pm to 7pm. For youth 14 to 24 years.

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Join us at 4:30pm to 7pm on Mondays - Thursdays and learn the foundations of level design and video game programming, from an indie game developer. Program is completely free! Ages 14 to 25. Contact us for registration info.

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