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North End Harvest Market: free fruits and vegetables to those in need (registration required on a confidential basis - participants may access fresh produce every two weeks). Wed 6 pm-8 pm; Waverley Drive School - east parking lot or Portable 6 (inclement weather) This service is offered through a coalition of community partners including Chalmers Community Services Centre, Trinity United Church, Holy Rosary Church, New Life Church; North Riverside, Grange Hill East, and Brant Avenue Neighbourhood Groups, the Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition 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 Rm 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 Committees available for community member participation include: yearly planning team, finance team, coalition meetings * no before or after camp care available * one-to-one support available for children with disabilities

Meeting: Committees available for community member participation include: Yearly Planning Team, Finance Team, Coalition meetings; for access to Room 9, enter through double doors via the small parking lot - first room on the left
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 4, 2016

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