Tag: community dining

Lunch @ Swiss Chalet on June 12

Enjoy a special menu from Swiss Chalet with your friends! Call quickly to reserve your spot on Wednesday, June 12, 2018 To reserve, contact Laura, our Community Dining Coordinator, at 416-653-3535 Ext. 240 More information below:   A West Toronto Support Services (WTSS) news blog post. Please be sure to subscribe to get news updates directly to your…

Roses & live Music for Mother’s Day 2018

Our Community Dining department was at it again this year – providing not one, but two events this time!   At 1709 Bloor St. W. and 55 Rankin Cres. with LA Active Living Centre. The events were very successful with over 50 attendees. Enjoy some photos from our 1709 Bloor St. W. location – Photographer: Heather…

October 5 is Congregate Dining Day #CommunitySupportStories @OCSAtweets

Community Support Stories

Join our team to provide nutritious lunches to older adults in a community setting! Share your kitchen and culinary skills with a non-profit agency. Volunteers will help to set-up, prepare and serve food at one of our dining locations. Must enjoy working in a team environment with other volunteers, staff and socializing with the older…

Community Dining Events for May

Join us and bring your friends for two upcoming popular dining events next month! Mother’s Day Lunch – May 5, 2016 Mandarin Restaurant – May 11, 2016 Sign up early before they fill up! Call (416) 653-3535 Ext. 240 and speak to Laura for more information or to RSVP Click on images for larger poster.…

St. Patricks Celebration Wrap-Up

Did you miss our annual St. Patrick’s celebration?! Last Thursday, March 10th, a sea of green clothing and decorations livened up the main floor at 1709 Bloor St. W.  There was an attendance of over 60 people participating in the spirit of the event.    Popular tunes belted out by the One-Man-Band kept the crowd entertained. Attendees…

Senior health: How to prevent and detect malnutrition

Research News: The Mayo Clinic recently published an excellent article on nutrition that is worth sharing because malnutrition is a serious senior health issue.  It is helpful to know the warning signs and how to help an older person you care for avoid poor nutrition. Malnutrition in older adults can lead to various health concerns, including:…

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