Sister Sircle

Sister Sircle is open to women from all walks of life and all age groups. We are an open-minded group, willing to share, listen and support each other, while enabling us to congregate in a neutral, peaceful place. We will meet in a supportive environment to discuss subjects that will guide, enlighten, educate and amuse.

Meetings will be held from 7:30pm to 9:00pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month October, November 2018 and January to May 2019.

The gatherings will be held in the Theatre Room (generously donated) at LaSalle Park Retirement Community

Address: 18 Plains Road West L7T 0B3 (corner of Plains Road West & Lasalle Park Drive)                

Please RSVP to 905-690-5006. Seating is limited but comfy!


Meeting Date Guest Speaker Topic


October 17, 2018

           Barbara McKean, Head of Education

                 Royal Botanical Gardens

Wednesday May 16, 2018

Sara Curto

Sara Curto is a Career Management Specialist with 15 years of experience as a Career Coach and Talent Acquisition Specialist in the education, corporate and recruitment agency world.  She is passionate about helping people discover and land a career that brings them satisfaction, challenge and happiness.

Sara has an Honours BA in Psychology, and Human Resources Management post-graduate certificate.  She is a Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) and a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW).

How to Create a Job Search Strategy


Join us for a presentation on how to use the Job Search Roadmap to find your (or your child's or grandchild's!) way to a fulfilling career. Expect to learn more about yourself and how to effectively market to get hired for a satisfying and challenging career.

Wednesday April 18, 2018

Dr Linda Plowright

Dr. Linda Plowright is a psychiatrist working in London. She has a fellowship in Integrative Medicine through the University of Arizona College of Medicine and she is an adjunct professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Western University.

She is on staff at the Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) in the Dual Diagnosis Program and at Parkwood Institute in the Operational Stress Injury Clinic. Her professional interests include Integrative Medicine (including nutrition, exercise, sleep and stress management), mindfulness, clinical hypnosis, trauma and cross-cultural health.

Food For Thought:

The Importance of Nutrition for Mental Health

Most of us are aware that what we eat is important for the health of our bodies and the prevention of disease; but we may not be aware that nutrition is also an important factor in the health of our minds and the prevention/treatment of mental illness. In this updated talk, Dr. Plowright will explore the scientific evidence which demonstrates a connection between our food choices and our mental wellness and will teach us how to eat for a healthy brain.









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