All groups except Games and D&D are on hiatus for the summer. We are looking forward to connecting together again in October. Stay tuned for our cooking workshop, Pride event and for more opportunities to have fun and learn together. Please contact Marianne for any questions, concerns, or to let us know what groups you want!
Contact Marianne for links and more information! [email protected], 514 218 7959
Join us for these fun game sessions! This is an informal, drop in activity for young adults. The goal of the group is to come out and meet members of the community and play games with us on Zoom or Houseparty. Folks can just participate or lead a game themselves! Games we have played include Trivia, Pictionary, Among Us, Heads Up, Scattegories and Family Feud. All you need is a wifi connection and a phone or laptop/tablet.
Bring a friend, partner, sibling, etc. (just give us a heads up!) , or come out and meet new people!
Join this group for some structure and time during which we can work towards our individual goals in a collective space. Bring whatever goals you want to work on, this group is not limited to students.
An art hive group where folks come together to socialize and get creative. There is the option of following along a guided activity, or bringing your own project to work on in company. Folks are welcome to just come check it out, and hang out with other young adults.
You do not have to be a fabulous artist, in fact we encourage folks with no art experience at all to join us! It’s just for fun!
Every week the facilitator or a participant will lead a fun creative activity such as making DIY craft items, or painting and drawing, or writing poems and stories, or decorating household objects. The possibilities are endless and participants decide what they want to learn!
This weekly meet up is dedicated to developing tools to calm our mind and strengthen our spirits by using mindfulness and generative somatic practices.This mindfulness and movement-based group is for managing stress, anxiety, and social isolation. In this group, participants can learn techniques to mitigate stress, such as deep breathing and gentle stretching. Through awareness of the emotions and compassion for the body, folks can learn to build a mindfulness practice. This moment of grounding and self-care is important for regulating our emotions and feeling well.
You are by no means expected to be an expert in meditation. You are only expected to show up for yourself and know that this group is FAIL-PROOF. Folks do not need experience in meditation or movement. This is a judgment-free space and all the activities are fail-proof and modifiable for any comfort level. All you need is a paper, pen and a comfy private space to stretch. Pour yourself a cup of tea or cool glass of water, and settle in with us!
Please prepare by finding a private and comfy space to be, with no distractions, and a cup of tea or cool glass of water. Bring a pad of paper and pen, and your pets if you have them! Keep your humans off-screen and off-mic to protect confidentiality and avoid distractions.
COMING SOON: Dungeons & Dragons !