Upcoming Workshops

ADVANCED MEDICAL DIRECTIVES (English)

January 09, 2020

FREE

Presenter:  Law student, Wills Project at McGill University (Pro Bono Students Canada chapter) Come learn about how one can give permission to another person to act on one's behalf both in cases where they have and no longer have the capacity to make decisions. The presenter will also go over the process of making one's medical wishes clear, in advance of situations where they no longer have the capacity to make such decisions, or can no longer consent to treatment. Time will be reserved for questions After which, members of the workshop may also apply to receive a free notarial will (selection of candidates is based primarily on need).

Time: 1:30 - 3:30 P.M

Location: Cafeteria

*Please call 514-637-5627 to sign up*

 

CAFÉ RENCONTRE (Bilingual)

January 14, 2020

$ Free

Presenter: Sasha Cardinal, The Teapot Activity Coordinator. This workshop aims at hearing from members about workshop, program, trip and event ideas.  Overall suggestions for improving The Teapot are also welcome. 

*Please note, this workshop will begin during the Soup & Sandwich lunch*

Time: 12:30 - 1:30 P.M

Location: Cafeteria

*Please call: 514-637-5627 to sign up

THE IMPORTANCE OF VOLUNTEERISM (Bilingual)

January 16, 2020

$ Free

Presenter: Theresa Guihan, The Teapot Volunteer Support Coordinator. There is not enough room in this newsletter to enumerate the benefits of volunteering: from learning new skills to combating depression, volunteerism can enrich your life in countless ways. We will explore many aspects of volunteering, including why you should volunteer, where you can volunteer, and other ways to get involved in the community.

Time: 1:30 - 2:30 P.M

Location: Salon D

 

*Please call: 514-637-5627 to sign up

 

THE MAGICAL WORLD OF FAMILY HISTORY- HOW DO I DISCOVER WHO MY ANCESTORS ARE? (English)

January 23, 2020

$ Free

Presenter:  Gary Schroder, President, Quebec Family History Society. Genealogy is the fastest growing cultural activity in the Western World. This presentation will examine the types of records used in family history research and how to begin the process of discovering your Ancestors. The Hunt Begins.

Time: 1:30 - 3:30 P.M

Location: Cafeteria

*Please call: 514-637-5627 to sign up

 

AGING SUCCESSFULLY- DISCUSSION (English)

January 30, 2020

$ Free

Presenter:  Dr. Dolly Dastoor, McGill University Research Centre for Studies in Aging. Aging successfully and gracefully is all about thinking life smartly and enthusiastically.  Members will learn how seniors can engage in their daily living to promote healthy aging.

Time: 1:30 - 3:30 P.M

Location: Salon D

*Please call: 514-637-5627 to sign up

 

MEMOIR WRITING - (Bilingual)

February 06, 2020

FREE

Presenter: Lorraine, active participant in Quebec Family History Society. This workshop will allow members to learn the importance of preserving one’s memories and how to compile these past experiences into a short memoir. It will become a precious gift for future generations. 

Time: 1:30 - 3:30 P.M

Location: Cafeteria

*Please call 514-637-5627 to register for this workshop*

 

TECH HELP #1 (SERIES OF 3 WORKSHOPS) - Bilingual

December 12, 2019

FREE

Presenter: Richard Cassidy, Connect Project Coordinator, Atwater Library. This series of workshops will allow members to review the settings on their devices (cellphone, tablet and computers) that help keep us safe online, then download and use brain games and applications safely, and manage the storage on devices and in the cloud that will allow you to take photos again. This series of workshop is provided by Atwater Library with funding from the Government of Canada.

Time: 1:30 P.M - 3:30 P.M

Location: Salon D

*Please call 514-637-5627 to register for this workshop*

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Office Hours


Monday to Friday:  
8:30am - 12:00pm
1:00pm - 4:00pm


Closed for Lunch Between

12:00 - 1:00pm

 

Mailing Address

 

2901 St Joseph Blvd

Lachine, QC

H8S 4B7

Contact Us

 

Phone: 514-637-5627

Fax: 514-637-6444

E-mail:teapot@theteapot.org