News and Events

  • Picnic fun! News

    June 17 2016

    The 2016 picnic was great fun! Yummy food, excellent company, art and drumming – what more do you want? Check out the Action Read blog for more photos!

  • Coming From the Heart… News

    May 13 2016

    Members of the Aboriginal Writing Group held a special event on Tuesday, May 10th on short stories they created about fairies, magical animals and living, breathing trees that could communicate

  • Make Haste! Hurry! Dash! News

    March 18 2016

    Get your tickets for our FLOW 2016 poetry and music event taking place Friday April 22. Madison Galloway, The Rainbow Chorus, Shane Neilson, Madhur Anand, Jeremy Luke Hill, Truth Is…,

  • Receptionist Training Course News

    January 5 2016

    Learn all about communication essentials, phone etiquette, organizing information and much more! Runs March 9, 16, 23 & 30, 2016 from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Transportation and child care

  • Flu Shot Clinic and Workshop News

    October 13 2015

    Stay healthy this winter! Join Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health on Wednesday October 21 for a Flu Information Workshop and Clinic from 10 to 12 pm at Action Read. For more details

  • AGM Sept 24th – Everyone Welcome! News

    September 11 2015

    Please come to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday September 24th from 6:30-8:30 pm at Action Read. Come celebrate the achievements of our learners and volunteers, elect the new

  • Healthy Living Fair June 3 News

    May 26 2015

    We invite you to an afternoon of learning & discovery on Wednesday June 3rd from 1 to 4 pm at Action Read! Learn about the Action Read Health Action Project.

  • Computer Basics News

    February 12 2015

    New 12 week course from April 20 to June 29th 2015. Runs Monday evenings from 6 to 8 pm at Action Read. Free! Designed for someone with no computer experience.

  • Aboriginal Adult Writing Program News

    February 1 2015

    ‘Coming From the Heart’ is a new course being offered at Action Read. This program covers learning from a traditional Aboriginal perspective, completing and creating simple documents, essay writing and