Adina’s Welcome…

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Hi Everyone!

We have many very exciting events coming up later this month and in early December.

On November 21, 2016 at 6:30pm – 8:30pm at the Central YMCA – Housing Options. We have put together a panel of people who will explain to you some of the choices you have in order to Age in security. People are asking Do I buy a condo or rent? Do I stay in my home and renovate and make changes so that we can stay there easily? If I want to stay but need “money” can I turn my garage, attic or basement into an apartment to make some extra revenue? Is it better to have my money locked up in brick or put it elsewhere for a better return on the investment? All this and you will also meet people who you can contact after the event to guide you through the decision making process.
RSVP: Adina@carpto2.ca or phone 905-691-3462

On December 12, 2016 at 2:00pm – 4:00pm at the Central YMCA – City Hall Policy Advisor to the Toronto Seniors Strategy, Andrea Austen is coming to the Central YMCA to get YOUR input on what Toronto should be focusing on in order to be an Age friendly City and a place where people can age amongst their friends and family.
RSVP: Adina@carpto2.ca or phone 905-691-3462

CARP is a member of the Toronto Seniors Strategy Accountability Table and have created this opportunity for our members to be part of setting goals and objectives which will create the kind of city we want for our children and grandchildren. If you are an activist and if you have opinions, then come on out and take part!
RSVP: Adina@carpto2.ca or phone 905-691-3462

More details below……scroll down!

And then don’t miss out on all our programming below with Active 55+ and CARP @ the Miles Nadal JCC!

PS: 39,000 new members joined our ranks at the Zoomer Show this year so we welcome you aboard! We have monthly meetings for newcomers at the Miles Nadal JCC. So take a look at the schedule below and join us to hear all about CARP and how you can get involved!
RSVP: Adina@carpto2.ca or phone 905-691-3462

Housing Options: Where do we go next?

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Housing Options Where Do we go Next? This is a big question many seniors face and we’re going to provide some help as well as give people some people to contact to take them further along their journeys after the event.

On November 21, 2016 at 6:30pm – 8:30pm at the Central YMCA- Housing Options. We have put together a panel of people who will explain to you some of the choices you have in order to Age in security. People are asking Do I buy a condo or rent? Do I stay in my home and renovate and make changes so that we can stay there easily? If I want to stay but need “money” can I turn my garage, attic or basement into an apartment to make some extra revenue? Is it better to have my money locked up in brick or put it elsewhere for a better return on the investment? All this and you will also meet people who you can contact after the event to guide you through the decision making process.
RSVP: Adina@carpto2.ca or phone 905-691-3462.

City Hall Wants Your Input!

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Our elected officials and city servants are putting together a plan for making Toronto and Age Friendly City and they are coming to the Central YMCA and want to hear from CARP members.

On December 12, 2016 at 2:00pm – 4:00pm at the Central YMCA – City Hall Policy Advisor to the Toronto Seniors Strategy, Andrea Austen is coming to the Central YMCA to get YOUR input on what Toronto should be focusing on in order to be an Age friendly City and a place where people can age amongst their friends and family.

CARP is a member of the Toronto Seniors Strategy Accountability Table and have created this opportunity for our members to be part of setting goals and objectives which will create the kind of city we want for our children and grandchildren. If you are an activist and if you have opinions, then come on out and take part!
RSVP: Adina@carpto2.ca or phone 905-691-3462 for more information

Upcoming CARP Toronto Events

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What have you signed up for? Come and spend the evening with us and we’ll explain who we are, what we do, and more importantly how you can get involved. Every month we’ll be having an orientation evening, come and join us and bring your friends, non-CARP members are welcome to hear what we offer, and they can become members at the event too.

  • Monday November 14, 2016 at 6:45pm – 8:00pm
    · Monday, January 9th, 2017 at 6:45pm – 8:00pm
    · Monday, February 13th, 2017 at 6:45pm – 8:00pm
    · Monday, March 13th 2017 at 6:45pm – 8:00pm

Reservations necessary.
RSVP: Adina@carpto2.ca or 905-691-3462

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ACTIVE 55+ & CARP @ THE MNjcc

The Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre welcomes CARP members to explore the variety of cultural arts, educational and social programs the MNjcc has to offer.

Our Thursday Afternoon Cultural Programs invite you to socialize over refreshments in a warm and welcoming setting, then enjoy a lecture, concert, special event or workshop.
Refreshments: 1:00 pm
Program: 1:30 – 3:00 pm
Drop-in: $4.00/lecture

Crazy Rhythm: The Music of the Jazz Age
With musician/educator Jordan Klapman.
The Roaring Twenties and Dirty Thirties were decades of social
change, scandalous music & dance and the birth of Jazz.
Learn about classic recordings by Cole Porter, Fred Astaire, Louis Armstrong and enjoy live piano music!
Thursday, November 24, 2016

Gilbert & Sullivan TopsyTurvyDom
With Guillermo Silva, General Director of Toronto Operetta Theatre
Gilbert & Sullivan – the masters of the Savoy Theatre – took a cue from Strauss and Offenbach and ran with it. Their light operas conquered new audience all over the world.
Monday, December 1, 2016
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Monday Afternoon Lecture Series
Enjoy stimulating lecture series about Opera, Art and History with high profile speakers.

Opera Appreciation:
Operatic Divas Virtuoso acrobats Joan Sutherland, Marilyn Horne,Teresa Stratas and Maria Callas are the most spectacular voices of the 20th century. Learn more with with Iain Scott, one of Canada’s foremost opera educators.
Mondays: November 21 – December 12, 2016
1:30 – 3:30 pm
Series: $72; Drop-in: $22.00
To register: 416-924-6211 x0
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Book Club Exchange and challenge ideas at
our free monthly facilitated gatherings.
Thursday November 24
11:00am – 12:30pm

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

For more information about our Active 55+ daytime cultural
programs, please call Lisa Roy at 416-924-6211 x155 or
visit http://mnjcc.org/browse-by-age/active-55

 

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