Resident Groups & Projects

English Circle for Women

This is a multicultural program providing Free English as a second language for Dorset Park residents. The classes are offered at two locations:

  • Dorset Park Community Hub, Rooms 116 & 118, Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays  from9:30 am-12 pm.   On-site free child minding is available.
    Women's English Circle

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  • McGregor Community Center, Meeting Room, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30 am-12 pm. On-site free child minding is available as well.

Participants will improve their reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills in English. They  will learn about different topics like safety, women’s health, employment and much more.

The program is funded by United Way of Toronto. For more information, please call Suganthine at 647-628-7406.


Windy Way Garden – Food Security Initiative

The Windy Way Garden has been going strong for seven years. Located at 6 Glamorgan Ave, the garden has worked with many organizations including: Home Depot, Live Green and Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC).  Throughout, the garden has been maintained and has flourished due to the efforts of Dorset Park Residents and Action for Neighbourhood Change (ANC).

We currently have fourteen plots for residents of Dorset Park and are revising this plan to include a children’s and communal garden.  We also assist residents with maintaining gardens on their balconies or in their yards.

Priority for plots are given to members who have successfully maintained their plots from the previous year and assisted with watering the garden on a regular basis.  If there is a high demand for plots, residents are asked to share or draw names to determine ownership.

The group is still actively seeking members. For more information, please call Helen at 647-216-3526.

View the link below on the garden’s initial start-up:

Community Members and Home Depot Working Together on the Garden: