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General Meetings

Meetings are held on the third Monday of the month at the St Joseph’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, 300 River Oaks Blvd E (corner Trafalgar and River Oaks)

Doors at the hall open at 7:15 p.m. for refreshments and socializing.

The formal program for the meetings begins promptly at 7:45 p.m.

With the exception of the December and May meetings, potential members are welcome as guests of a current member at any meeting.

For information about the business conducted at the most recent General Meeting, view the minutes linked below.

2013-2014 Program


September 16, 2013 Heather Bambrick, Musician, Radio Host, Educator Working in the Entertainment Industry…AND Having a Mortgage
October 21, 2013 Thelma Wheatley, Author. And Neither Have I Wings to Fly:  Labelled and Locked Up in Canada’s Oldest Institution
November 18, 2013 Todd Martin, Detective Constable, Halton Regional Police How to Stay Safe on the Internet
December 2, 2013
Location TBD
George Sanford, Teacher, Writer, Entertainer Christmas Traditions Around the World
January 20, 2014 Beverley Berger, Social Activist Dog Guides:  A Personal History
February 24, 2014 Mark Lukowski, CEO of Christian Children’s Fund of Canada Heeding the Cries of Children in the Developing World
March 31, 2014 Susan Spencer, Historian, Re-enactor When Women Went to War: Canadian Nursing Sisters of World War I
April 14, 2014 Oakville Hospital Foundation The New Oakville Hospital
May 5, 2014
Harbour Banquet & Conference Centre, Ontario Street
Judy Suke, Motivational Speaker Let Laughter Lighten the Load

Program Suggestions
We welcome your suggestions for the Programme.  If you have an idea for a speaker or topic, please contact the committee at


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