Listen to Immigrant and refugee women who have taken their personal narratives and woven them into a quilt of stories.
Author: Manija Hamidullah
Go back in time at the Doon Heritage Village.
Start moving at GoodBodyFeel, a yoga studio that wants people of all shapes and sizes to feel welcome.
Organizers of Tastes of Ramadan Iftaar Dinner invite everyone to learn about and experience Ramadan traditions from around the world.
There is not much in life that is free, but a local church offers tutoring in math and English that is exactly that.
Practise your Espanol at Waterloo Public Library’s drop-in program.
Bat Boy: The Musical has a powerful message despite its bizarre storyline. It is being performed by the Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre.
A bit of magic was in the air at Carmel New Church School’s first Easter celebration.
Pioneer Craftsmen provided the amenity so seniors could benefit from the use fresh herbs and vegetables in meals delivered to them.
Tickets are already on sale for Empty Bowls 2019, a fundraiser by local arts organizations to assist the Food Bank of Waterloo Region.
Unemployment and underemployment and common for Muslim women, as bias and discrimination remain major hurdles.
With falls being the main reason that seniors lose their independence, a provincially sponsored program is trying to step up.
Frames by Verne is more than a retail store. Its owner offers a new exhibition of local work every 60 days or so.
Until the end of next month, Waterloo-based Flag Raiders hopes a bit of generosity now will turn into return visits later.