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Nov 5 workshop on Aging in Community/Seniors Cohousing

Reaching For A HomeCommunity Development Halton invites you to an information session on: Solterra Co-Housing: The Concept

Another EMPOWERING SENIORS series from the Burlington Age-Friendly Seniors Council (BAFSC)

Wednesday November 5th, 2014
1:30 – 4:00 p.m.
Registration starts at 1:00pm
Burlington Central Library, Centennial Room
2331 New Street, Burlington

Please R.S.V.P. by October 31, 2014
Register at: empoweringseniors3.eventbrite.ca If special accommodation is required, please inform upon registration. Flyer is attached.

Regards,
Community Development Halton

860 Harrington Court, Suite 209
Burlington, ON L7N 3N4
Canada

BAFSC_Solterra_Co_Housing_Nov5_2014.pdf

Summary
Event
Solterra Co-Housing: The Concept
Location
Community Development Halton, Burlington Central Library, Centennial Room,Burlington,
Starting on
11/05/2014
Ending on
11/05/2014

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