Jan Anderson

5 Sep
2019

Apple Orchard Outing

It’s apple picking season and another EPIQ event is on it’s way! Join us in the orchard for a fun filled day in the country on Sunday, September 22, 2019. Your host, Michele Lupien will meet you at the entrance to Ferme Genest in St- Nicolas, 2091, route Marie-Victorin Lévis (secteur Saint-Nicolas) Québec, Canada  G7A …

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5 Sep
2019

Let your little one shine in a Children’s Christmas Choir

Children’s Christmas Choir Does your child love to hum and sing? Let’s put those sweet vocal cords to good use! EPIQ volunteer and musician, Andreea Dumitru is willing to develop your son or daughter’s talents as part of mini-children’s choir involving kids who are 5 years and older.  Weekly rehearsals would start in October and …

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4 Sep
2019

Dadventures: A New Wellness Centre Initiative to Support Men Raising Children

The community Wellness Centre is about to launch Dadventures, a pilot project targeted specifically at men raising children in the greater Quebec City.  Dads, step-dads, grandpas, and uncles are invited to spend Saturday mornings (9:30 to 11 am) powering forward together with their kids in a variety of muscle growing, motor skill stretching, fun filled …

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19 Aug
2019

Save the date – CHEP Conference: Organ & Tissue Donation in Quebec

    The Community Health Education Program returns this fall with another informative  teleconference at the Wellness Centre. This time we will be learning more about  Organ & Tissue Donation in Quebec. This event is free and will be held in Room 1123 on the main floor of the Jeffery Hale pavilion starting at 10 …

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14 Aug
2019

What You Need to Know About Hearing Loss – Community Outreach Session

Date: Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 10 AM Location: Room 1135 on the main floor of the Jeffery Hale pavilion (1270 ch. Ste-Foy)         Nearly one in four adult Canadians report some hearing loss. In older adults, hearing loss often happens gradually over time. This loss can easily go undetected. It may …

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