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AUGUST 2012 ISSUE

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Market 707: Shipping Containers for Public Places

Market 707 + Food Trucks

Thrifty fun find: Melting pot of cheap eats

Street Food Fridays brings together two of Toronto's most innovative food purveyors

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Welcome to the August edition of SCCC’s newsletter outlining some upcoming events, activities and things to know about the centre. Summer is wrapping up, we will be sad to see our summer campers go! Remember that the building will be closed from August 20th – September 3rd, but we are already busy preparing for a fresh start in the Fall with a new set of Fall programs. If you have any thoughts, responses or questions about what you read here, we welcome your feedback.

FACILITY CLOSED AUGUST 20TH - SEPTEMBER 3RD

SCCC is closed for annual maintenance. Sorry for the inconvenience, but the building is in need of some tender love and care so please bear with us – we will be back in full force in September! 

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FALL PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Program sign-up for starts on September 10th so get to the centre early to ensure your spot! The programs start again the week of September 17th. Check our website, which will be updated soon with the new fall schedule to pick out which activities you’re going to do!

STREET FOOD FRIDAYS

Market707’s Street Food Fridays have been a huge hit for food lovers from across the City! The 3rd Friday of each month our delicious Market707 is host to innovative Food Trucks. This Friday August 17th from 5 – 10pm is no exception! What’s even cooler? Youth from SCCC’s the...talk program have coordinated the entertainment for this Friday. Expect music, ping pong, foosball and more!

ANNOUNCING: THE ONTARIO POLICE COMPLAINTS SYSTEM FORUM

On November 26 & 27, 2012 at Metro Hall in Toronto, we will be hosting The Ontario Police Complaints System Forum: Perspectives on where we are three years later.  This Forum will bring together stakeholders and community to examine the 3-year-old police complaints system through the OIPRD and to generate a report of feedback and suggestions that will help ensure the system is accountable, accessible and transparent.  For more information or to express interest in attending the Forum, please contact Lisa at lisa@scaddingcourt.org or (416) 392-0335 x237.

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