Artegration Makes Impact

Glen Syrian-related News, Uncategorised, Youth News

Artegration has grown sporadically over the last year and has planted its roots in many different areas throughout Toronto. The program continues to offer arts, homework help, leadership and recreational sessions in many different areas and successfully serving newcomer Syrian children between the ages of 6-12. In collaboration with the Nai Children’s Choir, the Artegration program offers programming at COSTI’s Immigration home on Bathurst and College on Mondays, homework help at Victoria Village Library on Tuesdays, and have begun Homework Club at the Children and Youth Centre on Wednesdays.

The Artegration program will continue to serve more newcomer Syrian children with emerging needs at the Children and Youth Centre on Wednesdays from 4pm to 6pm, by offering specialized tutors, teachings and mentors for homework help.

Artegration Homework Club

In addition, the Artegration program will be working with the Community Connections Mentorship Program, and hold a full-day Eid celebration event for newcomer Syrian families. This event will be a cultural celebration of the completion of fasting for the holy month of Ramadan. Please join us on Saturday, June 22nd, 2019, from 10am to 4pm for refreshments, activities, raffle games, and more at High Park Spot #15. For registration or questions, please contact Nour at nabushaaban@culturelink.ca or halsadi@culturelink.ca.