Grandview Woodland Nutritional Counselling Service
Nutritional counselling services by a certified holistic nutritionist will be available for under-served residents and open to all community members on a sliding scale basis – $0 – $50. This service is aimed at helping you navigate the food choices available in your community and choose the foods that are best suited for your health, taking into consideration any health issues or goals you may have. Improved eating habits can help boost your physical and mental health. This service also aims to help connect residents to affordable, accessible, healthy food programs and options.
Bonnie Chung is a registered holistic nutritionist with many years of experience working in the natural foods industry. She’s eager to share her nutrition knowledge with the community with a friendly approach.
Contact Bonnie Chung at 778-995-7299 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment. More info: http://www.gorealnutrition.com/
Appointments at Britannia Community Centre
Supported by the Grandview Woodland Food Connection
Grandview Woodland is the neighbourhood in Vancouver within the boundaries of Broadway to the waterfront and Nanaimo to Clark.
Open Houses on new Jim Deva Plaza
The City of Vancouver is hosting two Open Houses for members of the public to view and voice their opinion on the final design for the new Jim Deva Plaza. DABC is concerned that the Plaza’s public washroom is apparently not accessible.
The Open Houses are Thursday, October 22nd from 4 pm – 7 pm and Saturday, October 24th from 11 am – 2 pm at the Jim Deva Plaza (intersection of Davie and Bute streets).
For more information on the Plaza, visit http://vancouver.ca/home-property-development/heart-of-davie-village-public-space-improvement-project.aspx
SPARC BC - Access Awareness Day
The Social Planning and Research Council of BC (SPARC BC) has designated Saturday, June 6th as Access Awareness Day.
“Celebrated annually on the first Saturday in June, Access Awareness Day is a comprehensive campaign to raise awareness about disability, accessibility, and inclusion.
Access Awareness Day has been made possible because of dedicated and inspired individuals who understand the importance of inclusion; the recognition that both the right and the opportunity to participate in all aspects of human life enable individuals and communities to celebrate their diversity and recognize their responsibilities.
Access Awareness Day is ultimately about more than just one day a year. It is a call to respond creatively and purposefully to build a society where barriers to inclusion are removed, and to ensure the independence, self-esteem, dignity, and security of all citizens.”
To learn more about Access Awareness Day and how you can participate: http://www.sparc.bc.ca/access-awareness-day