Can one hand say a lot? It can when the hand belongs to Dieter Lische-Parkes. The dance major, who graduated from Sudbury Secondary School this year, was challenged to choreograph a routine with one hand. Lische-Parkes drew inspiration from Black Lives Matter, Pride and lived experiences to create a moving work of art with a meaningful message. Lische-Parkes choreographed, wrote, filmed, edited and narrated the video at home as part of a distance learning assignment. Watch the compelling video.
Road mortality is a leading threat to turtle populations in Ontario. Thanks to the Turtle Guardians we have the resources for citizens in Greater Sudbury to help conserve local populations. Road Researchers survey for turtles on designated roads throughout the summer. The data collected is used to identify turtle 'hot spots' and where to concentrate conservation efforts to reduce turtle road morality. Training and resources are provided! Sign up as an individual or a team by emailing email@example.com
There is help and support out there for young people in Sudbury and across Ontario who might be feeling a little stressed out by the daily challenges of COVID-19.
Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has teamed up with Jack.org to distribute "Be There", a digital mental health resource, for thousands of young Ontarians. Be There teaches young people how to support one another through mental health struggles. Jack.org is a Canadian website focussed on teaching young leaders how to help young people with mental health challenges. Sudbury has Jack.org chapters at Laurentian University and Confederation Secondary School in Val Caron. Read more.
Each month, Engage! features new stories, tools, and resources designed to equip youth for community change. Learn more about our new Communities Building Youth Futures initiative, youth engagement, and how youth and youth organizations are responding to COVID-19.
Engage! e-magazine, June 2020
As the world slows and quiets during this time of physical distancing, we’re able to listen more intently. Step outside and into nature – what do you hear? Myths and Mirrors, in partnership with Coalition for a Livable Sudbury and artists EMILIO PORTAL, WILL MORIN, and DARLENE, invite you to take part in a virtual art project exploring art, sound, and collaborative creation as we celebrate Mother Earth and the changing of the seasons.
Summer Science at Home will provide children with the opportunity to continue to learn about the wonderful world of science from the comfort of their home.
This activity-based hour held on Zoom takes summer camp in a whole new direction. From building hovercrafts and catapults to creating secret codes with invisible ink, your child will get a chance to experiment, build and tinker with stuff found around the house!
Café Heritage (formerly Café-musique Productions) is a not for profit organization that works in both official languages in bringing cultural heritage programs and productions to the citizens of and visitors to the City of Greater Sudbury (multi-media stage productions, festival, events, summer concerts, story telling and a vocal competition for aspiring children and youth).
The Children’s Community Network (CCN) is a nonprofit agency funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS) with a volunteer Board of Directors. CCN provides Coordinated Service Planning for children and youth with multiple and/or complex needs and their families. CCN is also the central access mechanism for many ministry-funded children’s services. CCN provides information and referrals to other programs available to children and their families in the community as well as service coordination.