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And the Winner of the 2019 NSDRC Poster Contest is…. John Fong

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Congratulations John Fong! The theme of this year’s poster contest was “The Five Senses” – vision, hearing, taste, smell and touch. The theme is in honour of the NSDRC Campaign to create Canada’s first mobile multi-sensory environment: a Mobile Snoezelen® Room.

This was a wonderful showing of true artistry! All the entries captured the senses perfectly making it was hard to decide a winner! The judges appreciated that John’s piece captured a sense of sound / hearing. A difficult sense to display through a visual medium. – Brilliant artistry!

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NSDRC Mobile Snoezelen Room

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Help us get NSDRC’s Mobile Snoezelen® Room on the road!
The North Shore Disability Resource Centre has launched a capital campaign to create Canada’s first mobile multi-sensory environment: a Mobile Snoezelen® Room. Instead of medicating our kids to calm or engage them, let’s stimulate their senses instead. To find out more about corporate sponsorship, contact Marc Bourne at 604.880.4733 or : Click Here To Make an Individual Donation

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Examining Financial Security Workshop

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Financial planning is a challenge but there are many strategies to prepare for the world ahead. An opportunity to discuss options available to families and individuals with disabilities.

When: Thursday September 26th, 2019 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Where: NSDRC Boardroom 3158 Mountain Highway
RSVP: By Tuesday September 24th, 2019 by contacting Dan Rayherat or 604-985-5371
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Birdhouses for Sale

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Birdhouses for Sale
What: Birdhouses and Bird feeders
When: Pop up Shop – Friday’s 10:00am – 2:00pm In Store Monday’s to Friday’s 10:00am – 2:00pm
Where: 1547 Welch Street, North Vancouver
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Black Bear cooks up $20,000 for NSDRC!

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Black Bear Pub has donated 50 cents of every quesadilla sold to the North Shore Disability Resource Centre for many years now. The Pub’s quesadilla donation program has now reached $20,000!

Sue McMordie and Ron Slinger of the Black Bear Neighbourhood Pub present Ross MacMillan, Liz Barnett and Kathleen Jessop from the North Shore Disability Resource Centre a cheque for $20,000 in representation of the money raised through the Black Bear’s quesadilla program. Black Bear Pub Location: 1177 Lynn Valley Rd, North Vancouver.


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