Professor Owl’s Book Corner ~Variety Village ~ News Board September 7th, 2013



Tucked neatly on the edge of Scarborough stands Variety Village a unique fitness centre that offers more than just recreation and leisure activities.

‘The Village’ as it is fondly referred to offers classes and programs for everyone at any skill level.

It takes a Village to raise a child. Please support Variety Village, the sport, fitness and life skills facility for people of all abilities. Everyone welcomed!


 Join Variety Village for the second annual Variety Village Fall Luncheon at the Arcadian Court on Oct. 9, from noon until 2pm. 


 Only 21 Days left to Register! Run for a reason, Register today! Walk Roll Run 

LINKS BBQ Lunch! Come join us outside October 19 11:30am -1:30pm 

Join Variety Village  on Nov. 1 for the 17th Annual Active Living Conference

Variety Village is a world recognized authority providing integrated sports, life skills and Visit the Variety Village Channel on the Disability Today Network!

For more information please visit

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Sylvia McGrath ~ AKA Writingmama, a freelance writer from King City, Ontario has worked in the business field for about forty years obtaining business management experience and business writing skills. She also spent several years in social work for Children’s Services. Now retired is living her childhood dream of being a writer. A few years ago Sylvia decided to take a course in freelance writing, which she really enjoyed as it was the key to follow her dreams. Since completing the course, she has worked as a professional writer, a published poet and co-authored a book with Two Maximum Life Coaches about living with chronic illness; this is titled After The Diagnosis: The Journey Beyond.” She also co-authored an E-Book of Resources for the parents of children with special needs, chronic illness and learning challenges titled “The Treasure Chest of Resources,” part-one has already been sent to the Canadian National Library Archives. Sylvia has also written several articles on chronic illness for the following online sites. • • • Besides working as a freelance writer, Sylvia still finds time for two other passions of hers; to volunteer as a literacy tutor for her local Learning Centre, and assist in facilitating of workshops on disability awareness. Her main mission for the future is to write a series of books for young adults and children who have learning challenges and suffer chronic illness. At present she is also the co-owner and columnist for “Professor Owl’s Newsletter” which is published on-line monthly for children.

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