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It’s unanimous ! 0

It’s unanimous !

  Everyone agreed they will all recommend the Volunteer/Tai Chi Retreat weekend to people at their branches. More than 30 people enjoyed three days of tai chi and volunteering in the  retreat held at the International Centre near Orangeville after Cross-Canada Seniors Day. This is what they had to say: Nice balance of work and […]
Lantern Festival in pictures 0

Lantern Festival in pictures

A little over 700 people sat down in the Banquet Hall at the International Centre on February 21st, 2016 for 8 courses of delicious Chinese vegetarian dishes. Followed by about a 100 volunteers that helped with the setup, serving, bussing, dishwashing and the many many other tasks that are a part of this wonderful annual event. […]
All are welcome to Lantern Festival in Orangeville! 0

All are welcome to Lantern Festival in Orangeville!

The International Centre in Orangeville, Ontario is pleased to be hosting this year’s Lantern Festival on Sunday, February 21st at 12 noon. Everyone is welcome to this event, which will feature a traditional jai banquet, chanting, entertainment, and of course lantern sales! The Lantern Festival is a Chinese tradition going back many centuries. Typically held […]
Tales from the Archive II 0

Tales from the Archive II

The FLK Archive Project is an initiative to identify, organize and preserve documents that are essential to the history of the organization. This includes photos, videos, pamphlets, newsletters, annual reports, correspondence and many other materials. Allison Hasselfield is a volunteer at the International Centre who is currently involved in getting this project off the ground; Tales […]
Autumn Jai Festival at the International Centre, Orangeville 0

Autumn Jai Festival at the International Centre, Orangeville

The first annual Autumn Jai Festival was a great success!  On October 17 at the International Centre near Orangeville, FLK hosted just under 1300 guests, mostly from the Chinese community, (most of whom were not familiar with our organization), for one of our biggest Jais ever. it was a sold out event and guests were not deterred […]
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