Community Messages

Thursday, July 2
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Friday, July 3
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
09:00 AM

Wellspring Niagara Bottle Drive

09:00 AM — 11:00 AM

Wellspring Niagara is excited to announce.... We need your empty bottles and cans! Please bring your empty wine and liquor bottles along with beer cans to Wellspring Niagara, 50 Wellspring Way, on Friday July 3rd from 9am-11am. We will set up in the parking lot and volunteers will be there, with gloves and masks, to help collect and unload your items. We will take the bottles/cans to the Beer Store Distribution Centre and the money we receive will be designated towards Wellspring Niagara's cancer support programs! If you would like to be an extra help, please sort as following before you bring in; Bottles - clear bottles separated from coloured bottles Cans - in clear or blue recycling bags Beer Bottles accepted too Items counted to add to our tally count A great way to get the empties out of your house and make an impact for us.

Location/Venue Name
Wellspring Niagara

  • 50 Wellspring Way, Fonthill, L0S 1E6
Saturday, July 4
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Sunday, July 5
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Monday, July 6
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Tuesday, July 7
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
10:00 AM

Alzheimer Niagara Public Forum: Revenue Canada Tax Benefits

10:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Learn about tax benefits that may help support persons living with dementia, care partners or seniors.
  • Covid-19 Measures
  • Disability Tax Credit
  • Caregiver Tax Credits
  • Medical Expenses
Tuesday, July 7, 2020 10:00 - 11:30am Online ZOOM - connection details will be emailed after registration. www.alzheimerniagara.ca/online  

Location/Venue Name
Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region

  • https://alzheimer.ca/en/niagara/We-can-help/Programs/Education/public-forums, St. Catharines, L2N 1L5
Wednesday, July 8
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Thursday, July 9
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Friday, July 10
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Saturday, July 11
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Sunday, July 12
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Monday, July 13
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Tuesday, July 14
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Wednesday, July 15
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Thursday, July 16
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Friday, July 17
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Saturday, July 18
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Sunday, July 19
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Monday, July 20
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Tuesday, July 21
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Wednesday, July 22
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Thursday, July 23
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Friday, July 24
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Saturday, July 25
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Sunday, July 26
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Monday, July 27
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Tuesday, July 28
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Wednesday, July 29
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Thursday, July 30
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Friday, July 31
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3
Saturday, August 1
All day

Calling all knitters and crocheters to help with our Red Scarf Project

12:00 AM — 11:59 PM

Calling all knitters and crocheters of all levels. We need your help to make our Red Scarf Project the biggest yet. If you are a knitter or crocheter, want to help support us and have some extra red yarn about, the scarves should be a minimum of 6 inches wide by 5 feet long. The scarves can be any pattern that makes you happy and any shade of red is great (we love them all). If you need some yarn to help make the scarves I CAN HELP. Please contact me and I will do a porch drop off and pick up. wmatthews@positivelivingniagara.com or call 905-984-8684 ext. 134 What is the Red Scarf Project? Hand made red scarves are donated to us from the Niagara community, we then take all those scarves and attach a hang tag with HIV/AIDS information. Events are held over the last week of November where we have a flag raising in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and this year Welland, then the everyone who joins us take those scarves and tie them down the streets on lamp posts, meters and trees for anyone to take. The information tag says to keep the scarf to keep warm but to please read and share the information about HIV/AIDS. Our lovely community here in Niagara donated 1000 scarves last year but we are hoping for 1500 this year to have enough to host events in three cities. Please share and help support our Red Scarf Project #redscarfniagara #positivelivingniagara

Location/Venue Name
Positive Living Niagara

  • 120 Queenston St., St. Catharines, L2R 2Z3