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Sudbury Community Hub

THE SOCIAL PLANNING COUNCIL OF SUDBURY

Wednesday, 27 September 2017 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

Sudbury Community Hub

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Adult (13+)   more info 3h 28m Free  
Children (0-12)
Children will be having a Pizza dinner and there will be childcare provided.
3h 28m Free  

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The Sudbury Community Hub Gathering is an opportunity for anyone interested in effective and lasting community change to learn about a community hub model that’s working in the north. Over a delicious dinner, participants will hear from those directly involved in improving their neighbourhoods and the kinds of things that make it possible. Participants will also have an opportunity to learn about the plans the Province of Ontario and the City of Greater Sudbury have with regard to community hubs and ask questions of all the panelists. A dessert mixer and music by Kassie Tyers will follow, serving as a time for people to mingle and make connections. The more interwoven our lives are, and the more we work together and share our resources, the more we can enhance the lives of everyone in our communities! When everyone is at the table, there's nothing we can't do!

The NOAH Community Hub

The NOAH Community Hub (NCH) is a collaborative effort of community members and service providers who pool their resources and talents in order to connect communities and individuals with available resources and foster independence so they can continue to advocate for themselves and successfully access what they need on their own. The NCH is sponsored by the Social Planning Council of Sudbury.

 

Currently present in several of Greater Sudbury’s most socio-economically disadvantaged neighbourhoods, the NCH facilitates a process of community planning and priority setting among community members. In addition they help to establish a comfortable place in the neighbourhood where health and social services, programs, activities, project and supports can be carried out.

 

The NCH model can adapt itself to the unique priorities of each community. The NCH’s model of collaboration among a wide range of partners makes it possible to work with a broad range of issues and groups including single parents, seniors, families, street associated and homeless individuals, Indigenous peoples, sex trade workers, the un/employed and under/employed and those with mental health issues and other disabilities. Past and present services and activities undertaken through the NCH include anti-violence education, street health services, street art, training and education, playground revitalization, practical supports like healthy food and transportation, referrals, employment opportunities and financial support. Through the hubs, people become informed, gain a sense of belonging and value, connect to needed resources and the broader community, and therefore are less isolated and have a better chance of transitioning out of poverty.


The Sudbury Community Hub Gathering Agenda
Sept. 27th 5 – 8 pm


Time

Action

Outcome

4:30pm

Doors Open

 

5:00pm-5:10pm

Welcome

A Model for Community Hubs in the North  

Joseph LeBlanc, Executive Director, Social Planning Council

5:10pm-5:20pm

Ontario Trillium Foundation Recognition

 

5:20pm -5:35pm

First Panel:  Strengthening Neighbourhoods  

Facilitated by Joseph LeBlanc, Executive Director, Social Planning Council

June Davis, Louis Street Neighbourhood Association

Lynn McMurray,1960 Paris Street Community

Natasha Delany, Birkdale Community

Tracy Leroux, NOAH Community Hub Advisory Committee, Community Member

Zoey Johnson, Andrew Persechino, Jesse Northover, Flour Mill Community Farm Youth

5:35pm-5:45pm

Hiawatha’s Catering 

Dinner enjoyed while listening to Second Panel

5:45pm – 6:20pm

Second Panel:  Supporting Neighbourhoods: Government's Role

 

Facilitated by Joseph LeBlanc, Executive Director, Social Planning Council

Lois Mahon, Premiere’s Community Hubs Advisory Group
Catherine Matheson, City of Greater Sudbury General Manager, Community Development

Additional panel member, TBA

6:20pm-6:40pm

Questions

Opportunity for Audience to ask Panel members Questions

6:40pm– 7:50pm

Kassie Tyers, Music and Dessert Mixer

Kassie Tyers is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, with an acoustic-pop, easy listening, folk-singer style of music and performing. Her songs tell stories of life, love, connection and the human need to belong. Kassie sings from the heart with messages of hope and inner peace. This is music that touches the heart.

7:50pm-8:00pm

Wrap Up

Joseph LeBlanc, Executive Director, Social Planning Council

8:00pm

Finish

 

Have questions about Sudbury Community Hub? Contact THE SOCIAL PLANNING COUNCIL OF SUDBURY

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Multi-Use Center
1960-C Paris Street
Sudbury, Ontario P3E 4V3
Canada

Wednesday, 27 September 2017 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)


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THE SOCIAL PLANNING COUNCIL OF SUDBURY

The Social Planning Council of Sudbury (SPCS) advocates for equal treatment and fair access to resources for all members of the community. Adopting a holistic approach to community development, the SPCS works in partnership with various sectors of society; individuals, community agencies, government, businesses, labour and institutional sectors to improve the quality of life for all residents in the Greater Sudbury region. 

To learn more about the Social Planning Council of Sudbury please visit us online at:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SPC.Sudbury
Twitter: https://twitter.com/spcsudbury
Website: www.spcsudbury.ca

The NOAH (New Opportunities & Hope) Community Hub (NCH) is a team of organizations and community members who work together to solve individual and community issues related to isolation and poverty.  The NCH offers street level access to health and social services through an evening Drop-In, skill building workshops, information and referral and neighbourhood outreach – all without cost or a waiting list.  

To learn more about the NOAH Community Hub please visit us online at:

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/NOAHcommunityhub


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