Central Neighbourhoods Programs
We offer access to harm reduction and hygiene supplies at a weekly drop-in door service.
Summer Hours: Tuesday / Thursday / Friday 5pm - 9pm
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ALL IN PERSON PROGRAMS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Silver Social Club:
In partnership with the Downtown Seniors Resource Council, we offer a weekly drop-in for 55+ adults in our community. The drop-in connects individuals with resources and each other in a fun and relaxed environment.
Recurrence: Every Friday, 10 AM - 12 PM at the Central Hub.
Health and Wellness Drop-in:
In partnership with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, anyone is welcome to join a conversation on health-related topics, bringing their questions for the health experts. Participants get connected to further resources and get help navigating systems.
Recurrence: Every other Wednesday, 10-11:30 AM at the Central Hub.
Safety Workshop Series:
In an effort to improve our neighbourhoods' safety, we organize monthly presentations with our community partners, so individuals can learn about the resources available and have tools to make the community safer.
Recurrence: Monthly, details vary - see posters.
Details coming soon!
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Things in the Community
Winnipeg Central Global Market
Central Neighbourhoods collaborated with Mosaic, Knox United Church, and CEDA to develop a market at Central Park. We hosted information on our website, but the market has grown, and now has it's very own!
Check out the website for more info and details
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