That’s the question at the heart of a special forum being hosted by the Bloor West Village Residents Association tomorrow night – Wednesday, 7:30pm.
The Bloor West Village area has three community recreation centres. Yet, many people can’t seem to find what they want, when they need it. Some regularly travel outside the Ward for classes in other neighbourhoods. Those without the means to do that, single moms, people without cars and seniors, are stuck.
That is why the BWVRA is bringing together a panel of those directly involved in public recreation to meet with local residents. It’s your chance to tell them what our neighbourhood needs, from course offerings to improved facilities.
Attending will be Councillor Bill Saundercook, Ward 13
School Trustee Irene Atkinson, Ward 7,
plus the City supervisors from Parks and Recreation.
All are welcome.
Runnymede United Church, 432 Runnymede Rd. – June 14th, 7:30pm.