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HERS Women’s Group & Women’s Lounge (Drop- In)

Women’s drop in
WHAT: Coffee, Tea (Light refreshments)
WHY: To provide support
WHEN: Tuesday & Thursday afternoon from 1pm-4pm
WHERE: Women’s Lounge on the 3rd floor at 1101 Seymour Street- Positive Living BC
WHO: Contact Wendy for more details 604-908-7710

HERS group
1st and 3rd Thursday of the month.
The 1st Thursday is at IDC from 11:30-12:30
The 3rd Thursday is at PLBC in the women’s lounge also from 11:30-12:30.
Contact Wendy for more info : 604-908-7710

Polli & Esther’s Closet

Polli & Esther’s has a need for the following items:Men’s pants, shirts, shoes, jackets

Please reach out to your family & friends.

We Accept Clothing Donations weekdays 10am-4pm at 1101 Seymour Street (4th floor)

22 free things to do this winter in Vancouver

The Holidays can get really expensive but we still want to go out, enjoy the cities festivities and have a good time with our loved ones. Well here are some FREE things to do in and around Vancouver during the Holiday month!

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Published: December 29, 2017

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