West Island Group Calendar for the week of Feb. 11

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Teams and golf equipment

The West Island Black Group Affiliation presents a guide launch and discuss, Can You Hear Me Now? How I Discovered My Voice and Discovered to Reside with Ardour and Goal with Celina Caesar-Chavannes, on Friday at 6 p.m. through Zoom. Hosted by Fimo Mitchell. Go to wibca.org.

Arts and letters

The Artist Circle of the West Island is a gaggle of native artists who meet on the third Tuesday of every month to encourage one another. All ranges are welcome. Displays are performed by completed artists, demonstrating expertise and strategies utilizing quite a lot of mediums and inventive types. Throughout the pandemic, they meet at 7 p.m. utilizing Zoom. For extra info, go to facebook.com/ArtistsCircleWestIsland, electronic mail doina.falcon@gmail.com or name 438-876-5084

Self-help and help

ABOVAS – A vital accompaniment in direction of well being, is a non-profit group that provides accompanied-transport for West Island residents going to medical appointments on the Island of Montreal. In case you want help and want to use our service, contact us for extra particulars. When you’ve got just a few hours to supply, entry to a automobile and want to volunteer, name 514-694-3838, electronic mail info@abovas.com or go to abovas.com.

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Overeaters Nameless, a 12-step restoration group for compulsive overeaters, anorexics and bulimics. No weigh-ins, dues or charges. Zoom or telephone conferences are being held in the course of the pandemic. Name 514-488-1812 or go to oamontrealenglish.org/meetings.


Thrift Outlets for NOVA supply clothes for the entire household, footwear, books, home items, jewellery, and so on. The shops are open throughout the next hours in the course of the pandemic. The Boutique NOVA in Plaza Pointe-Claire (514-697-8457) is open Tuesday-Sunday from 10 a.m. to four p.m. and is at the moment the one boutique the place donations may be dropped off. Name the opposite shops earlier than bringing in donations.Thrift store, 43 Ste-Anne St. in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue (514-457-1642) is open from Wednesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to four p.m. The Thriftshop Bookstore, 43 Ste-Anne St. in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue and the Kirkland Thrift store at 2750 St-Charles Blvd. (514-697-6692) in Kirkland, are open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to four p.m. The Furnishings and Used E book Thrift Store (514-694-8417), 449 Beaconsfield Blvd. in Beaconsfield is open Thursday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to four p.m. Go to thriftshopsfornova.com.
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