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Happy Holidays! Frog Hollow would like to thank everyone in our vibrant community and we wish you all a happy and safe holiday, filled with love, joy, and blessings. May 2020 be a year filled with everything you could ever … Continue reading
We are seeking community support for our 2019 Holiday Hamper program. Since 2009, we have seen increasing challenges for a wide spectrum of our community members and we need your help. Continue reading
Join us Monday, July 29th from 10am to 12pm for a Nature Walk with Lori Snyder at the Frog Hollow Field House in Clinton Park. Learn all about the indigenous plants right here in your neighbourhood! Continue reading
Wondering what fun things you can do with the family this summer? Join us for the 14th Annual Frogs in the Park starting Tuesday, July 23rd! See our flyer for more exciting details! Continue reading
Join us at Frog Hollow for a Free Community Connections 10 Week Program for Permanent Residents, New Immigrants and Canadian Born Residents. Free child minding, great information and an empowering workshop. Check out the flyer below for more information or … Continue reading
It’s that time of year to seed and plant and start growing your garden. We’re hoping you’ll stop by the Gardeners Hangout at Frog Hollow and plant a seed and watch the garden grow! Every Wednesday starting Wednesday, April 25th.
Earth Day 2018 is almost here! Come visit us at Frog Hollow and grow together!
Join us in welcoming Member of Parliament Jenny Kwan to Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House on Thursday, April 12th!
Today we celebrate International Women’s Day 2018! We would like to invite you to share your voice in the comment section of our blog. Share an experience, an idea, a historical fact, or an action of women coming together to … Continue reading