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NOTE: North Riverside Neighbourhood Group office space has temporarily moved to the North End Harvest Market, 140 Waverley Dr, Portable 6 North End Harvest Market: free fruit and vegetables to support low income families and individuals to meet their healthy food requirements. Registration required on a confidential basis. Market operates weekly; registrants may access fresh produce every two weeks. * Wed 6 pm-7:30 pm; Waverley Drive School (140 Waverley Dr, Guelph), east parking lot or Portable 6 (inclement weather) This service is offered through a coalition of community partners that includes Guelph United Ministries, Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition, Chalmers Community Services Centre, Trinity United Church, Holy Rosary Church, New Life Church, North Riverside and Brant Neighbourhood Groups, and Upper Grand District School Board.

Organization: North Riverside Neighbourhood Group  
Phone Numbers: 519-821-9677
Website: www.northriversideng.ca
Address:
Waverley Drive Public School
140 Waverley Dr, Community Rm 9
Guelph, ON
N1E 1H2
Intersection: Waverley Dr and Windsor St
Location: Guelph-North East
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Office hours Mon-Tue 11 am-3 pm, Wed 3:30 pm-7:30 pm
Contacts: Caroline McCullough - Support Worker
northriversidegroup@hotmail.com
Brigitta Martin - Programmer
nrngprogrammer@outlook.com
Service Description: Community-driven organization that engages community members in providing programs and supports for neighbourhood children, youth, and families to meet their needs and accentuate strengths.

Meetings: For access to Community Room 9, enter through double doors via the small parking lot - first room on the left

Programs and services include:
  • drop-in playgroup (birth to five years of age)
  • children's recreational programs (subsidized spaces available upon approval)
  • after school program
  • summer camp
  • participation in market initiative
  • practical needs shelf
  • various seasonal events and activities

Summer Day Camp:
  • weekly programs
  • no before or after camp care available
  • one-to-one support available for children with disabilities
  • committees available for community member participation include: yearly planning team, finance team, coalition meetings

Fees: Program - call for information * some programs offered at little or no cost * summer camp subsidies and payment plans available
Application: Call or visit for information
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Neighbourhood community
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Guelph  
See Also: Child Care - School-Age Programs
Community Resource Centres
Food Banks
Social Action Groups

This information was last completely updated on October 5, 2017

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