Do you have extra cutlery or cups you would like to donate to our kitchen at the Women's Centre? We are in need of gently used mugs and spoons. Help women start their mornings off right!
Kimmipipitsin, a Community Conversation
Join Enough for All's Aboriginal Advisory Committee for 'Kimmipipitsin, a Community Conversation' on April 20th at the Marlborough Community Hall from 1:00 - 5:00 pm. There will be opportunities for mingling and a fantastic assortment of local Indigenous vendors. Click here to register.
Save the Date: Kathleen Lahey
Join us on May 31st for an evening with Kathleen Lahey, Queen's National Scholar in the Faculty of Law at Queen's University. Lahey is an expert on law, taxation and gender. She recently released
Equal Worth, a report on gender pay inequalities in Alberta, through the Parkland Institute. Keep an eye on our event calendar for updates.
Ways to Connect
Meet Amanda, our new Learning Coordinator!
We are excited to introduce to you, Amanda Aust, our new Learning Coordinator! Before joining our staff, Amanda was a long-time volunteer at the Women's Centre. We sat down with her to find out more about her.
City of Calgary Councillors Push for Child Care Spaces
A few of our city councillors recently took significant steps towards increasing accessibility of child care for Calgarians.
Come and hear what issues are important to girls right now! The Women's Centre's Girl Power program is partnering with the Starburst group at Georges P. Vanier to run our second annual Girl's Walk as part of the Jane's Walk weekend. This girl-led walk is happening Friday May 6 at 6:30 pm open to people of all ages and genders. Start location TBA. RSVP for the walk here.
Our workshops are free and open to all women. Click
here to see the complete April calendar.
Join us for our monthly Social Issues Discussion evening, organized by the Social Issues Committee. Carol Armes, Executive Assistant to Ward 7 Councillor Druh Farrell, will explain how City Hall works and lead a discussion on how women can work with City Hall to seek and promote social justice.
We're teaming up with NahlaniDance Productions for a 4 week series exploring the basics of modern Hawaiian Hula Dance. No previous skill required. These workshops are for all skill levels and body types. Dress comfortably.