Happy New Year! We return this week on Wednesday, January 6th for our 1st regular weekly meeting of 2021, and will have our other regular weekly meeting on Wednesday, January 20th!
This month will be different, because it is Club International Speech Contest month, and will involve the dates of Jan.13 and Jan.27! These will be joint meetings, in cooperation with another local club, Grosvenor Toastmasters (GTC), with the following details as follows:
On Wednesday, January 13th, we will have our (LVTM) Annual Club International Speech Contest! On that evening, the members from GTC will run our contest for us, while 3 LVTM members compete as speech contestants!
Then, Wednesday, January 27th, we will, in turn, run their Annual Club International Speech Contest, while the GTC speech contestants compete!
Guests are always welcome. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details of how you can attend all the ZOOM online meetings.
The end of the year is fast approaching and Liberty Village Toastmasters will be taking a 2 week break for the holidays after our meeting on December 16, 2020. We will then be back at our meetings online on January 6, 2021.
Our remaining meetings online for the year are:
Wednesday, December 2
Wednesday, December 9
Wednesday, December 16
Guests are always welcome. Please email email@example.com for details.
Join us for an open house and learn how Toastmasters can help improve your public speaking and build leadership skills. – Register for free and join us on October 28!
Our club will be meeting online at our regular time of 6:15 every Wednesday. You can join as early as 6:00 pm for networking with the meeting starting at 6:15 sharp.
As always guest are welcome! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
In order to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus ( COVID-19) our club will be cancelling meetings until further notice, including the meeting for today, March 11.
This decision was based on the general increase of cases in Toronto and not due to any exposure incident involving the club or Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre. The club executive feel like it is much better to be proactive rather than reactive as the World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 to be a global pandemic.