FSI Events

This calendar is updated regularly, so please check back often. Get in touch you have an event to share with us:

FSI CALENDAR

Our event page was created to provide opportunities for families to connect, experience new activities in a stress-free, accepting space. Check out our special events below for more information and dates.

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Dads Supporting Dads

SESSION INFO: « Back to all events Dads supporting dads! A place where dads can share their own experiences and get guidance and support from other dads. Are you a father […]

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Abilities Dance with Joanne

SESSION INFO: « Back to all events Move in new ways, release tension, and connect in community. Guided dance improvisation activities encourage each person to choose how they feel like […]

Journey Through Grief

SESSION INFO: « Back to all events Parents, grandparents, and caregivers of a child or family member with a disability who journey through aspects of grief are invited to come […]

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Namaste Lite

SESSION INFO: « Back to all events Join Avram every Tuesday for a lite version of Victoria’s favorite music program, Namaste! *** Please note, this is a community program and […]

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Art & Chat with Joni

SESSION INFO: « Back to all events Join awesome Art Therapist Joni for a fun morning of making art and chatting.  Each week Joni has a cool new project that […]

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Single Parent Hangout

SESSION INFO: « Back to all events Raising and supporting a child with extra support needs can be a challenge, particularly if you are a solo parent/guardian or even if […]

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Family Hang Out

SESSION INFO:   « Back to all events Family Hang Outs are a safe space for families and caregivers to come together and have a conversation for support, camaraderie, inspiration, […]

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Understand our Cities

SESSION INFO: « Back to all events Hey, I’m Steph! I used to think that city policies and infrastructure were kind of boring! Who wants to talk about transit? Why […]

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