Charles Street

Community Life Updates

Co-Ed Yoga Programs – Open for Registration 

Relieve tension and quiet your mind. Combine physical movement with meditation and breathing techniques to center and revitalize yourself.  

This is an ongoing in-person program. We are excited to be back again for the Fall semester. Our Yoga Program is free-of-charge and reserved for UFH tenants only. 

Commitment is the key. Please only sign up for this program if you intend to be at every weekly class or most of the classes. Due to the popularity of the program, you are eligible to sign up for only one Yoga program per semester (Either Wednesday or Sunday)  

Wednesday Co-Ed Yoga 
September 13th to December 13th  
6:30 pm – 7:45 pm 
30 Charles, 3rd Floor Activity Room 

Sunday Co-Ed Yoga 
September 10th to December 10th  
10:45 am – 12:00 pm 
30 Charles, 3rd Floor Activity Room 

Spaces are limited. Please register early 

Toronto Public Librarian Visit at UFH Drop-In Centre (Parent and Child, ages 0-5) 

September 11, 2023 | 11:30am – 12:30pm | Drop-In Centre, 3rd floor of 30 Charles 

Calista, the TPL Librarian from Lillian H. Smith Branch, will visit our Drop-in Centre with resources and book recommendations for UFH children and families. 

Snacks and coffee will be provided. Parents will have an opportunity to ask questions and connect with Calista to learn about community events and services at TPL and more. 

Families of children between 0-5 are all welcomed. No registration required 

Family Care Office: Talking about Residential Schools with your Children 

Wednesday, September 13, 2023 | 12:00pm – 1:30 pm | Virtual 

This virtual workshop is led by Lorrie Gallant, who provides parents and caregivers with background information about the history of colonization and its impact on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples in Canada. The workshop focuses on the history of residential schools in Canada. The workshop also discusses current forms of colonization, and colonization’s continuing impact. The workshop explores ways we, as parents and caregivers, can begin to share these injustices with our young community. 

Indigenous U of T community members as well as non-indigenous U of T community members are welcome. 

Registration required. Please visit the FCO website for additional details and to register. The Zoom link will be shared with you via email prior to the session start time.