Upcoming Events

Saturday December 2, 2017 – Caribbean Christms Dance, Puslich Community Centre

The Rampin’ It Up Fundraising Campaign for wheelchair accessibility into Heritage Hall continues with the “Caribbean Christmas Dinner Dance” on Saturday December 2, 2017.

Come out and enjoy the tastes and sounds of the Caribbean and dance the night away! Featuring food by Big Jerk Caribbean Catering, live music by Acoustic Steel (steel pan), vocalist Tracy Cain and DJ Finbar.  Door prizes and draws!

This event will be held at the Puslinch Community Centre (23 Brock Road South, Morriston), with doors opening at 6:30 pm, dinner will be served at 7:00 pm.

Early Bird Tickets are $55 adult, $25 student and $50 groups of 4 or more.

After November 4, 2017 – $60 adult, $30 students and $55 groups of 4 or more.

Dance only $20

All welcome!

Royal City Brewing Company will be debuting “Caribbean Sunshine”, a special sorrel beer in honour of the holiday season. Sorrel is a member of the hibiscus family and the leaves are used to makes jams, drinks and wine. Sorrel is a favourite drink in the Caribbean for Christmas and New Year.


Thursday November 23, 2017 – Black Experience Project Panel Discussion, Room 120 McKinnon Building, University of Guelph

6:30 pm Doors Open

7:00 pm Video Presentation

8:00 pm Discussion

Free admission. Donations Welcome.

Join us for a panel discussion moderated by Marva Wisdom, Director of Outreach & Engagement for the Black Experience Project.

The Environics Institute and Ryerson’s Diversity Institute, with the United Way of Toronto and York Region, the YMCA of Greater Toronto and York, and the Jean Augustine Chair at York University released a ground-breaking research study focusing on the Black community in the GTA. The study included more than a 1500 in depth interviews providing both empirical data and compelling narratives.

The results of the Black Experience Project are intended to provide valuable insight and direction when identifying policies and other initiatives that will contribute to the health and vibrancy of the Black community, which will in turn increase the social and economic capital of Blacks in the GTA who have been steadily contributing to the region.


February 2018 – Black History Month Celebrations

To be announced.