Today's date: Saturday March 23, 2019
column width padding column width padding

The Wellington Advertiser Masthead Logo

We Cover The County...
40,052 Audited Circulation

WEEKLY POLL   |   Community News   |   EQUINE   |   Schools & Buses

Wellington Weddings 2019
Business Leader Banner
column width padding column width padding

Living with Less free workshops start Jan. 16

GUELPH - A free Living On Less workshop will run again from Jan. 16 through March 5 on Monday mornings from 9:30am to noon, with a light breakfast included.

The workshop will be held at St. James Church at 86 Glasgow St. N.

The purpose is enabling people to live on less financially and environmentally by bringing existing resources together (different people lead each session, focusing on such things as housing and health, food and eating, and financial planning), and the invitation is for participants to bring their own wealth of experience.

As part of the series, there is also a community kitchen offered, where participants cook together using recipes that are health-conscious and thrifty. There is no religious focus as part of the workshop.

The workshop is open to anyone, and the atmosphere is one of enabling and empowerment and sharing together. There are some spots for childcare (also free) available, but they are limited, and registration is required.

The sponsors are the Guelph Community Foundation, United Way, Credit Union and St. James the Apostle Anglican Church.

January 6, 2012


Tell Us What You Think

Login to submit a comment

Comments appearing on this website are the opinion of the comment writer and do not represent the opinion of the Wellington Advertiser. Comments that attack other individuals or are offensive, unsubstantiated or otherwise inappropriate will be removed. You must register or log in in order to post a comment. For more information, read our detailed Comment Policy and Guidelines.


Lions Home Show


Wellington North Guide 2018-2019

Related Stories

  • Rainbow Chorus brings Broadway to Guelph stage
  • Arts council welcomes new executive director
  • Fraud seminar in Erin council chamber Feb. 2
  • Police see high costs from pocket 9-1-1 calls
  • Farm and Food Care opens for business
  • Military history lectures at citys Civic Museum
  • Animal tracking workshop to be held at Guelph Arboretum
  • OFA President speaks to stand for green energy
  • Auditions for Youth choir
  • Concert band hosts celebration
  • Living with Less free workshops start Jan. 16
  • Paper Hammers helps Habitat for Humanity
  • Grain Farmers of Ontario add elevators to SellSmart app
  • Trillium grant to help adults with disabilities
  • Area appeal raised over $3 million for annual United Way campaign
  • New Years Day concert at River Run Centre
  • column width padding column width padding column width padding

    The Wellington Advertiser





    Digital Publications


    Twitter Logo

    Free Press News Network Logo