The Warehouse Project and MODC Community Garden is a unique community program that allows participants living with disabilities to build upon their social network, take part in activities such as art, woodworking, gardening, cooking, recreation, community outings and special events. The Warehouse programming supports building confidence and enhancing independence beyond the program itself. The Warehouse encourages community engagement and often participants move on to new experiences such as volunteering, furthering their education, joining social groups and pursuing employment. The Warehouse is well known for being an upbeat, positive and fun environment for all participants, from young adults to seniors. Please check our monthly calendar for activities information.
If you are interested in attending any of the event and for more information, please contact us at:
The Warehouse Project and March of Dimes Canada Community Garden
237 Camelot Street
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Warehouse Project Activities
Pay it Forward: Warehouse participants visit patients at St. Joseph Care Group. They brought some flowers (sponsored by RBC)
and spent some time doing puzzles, board games and playing cards together.
A Day with the RCMP: Warehouse participants spent a day at the RCMP local detachment with presentations from local RCMP Constables, OPP Officers and City of Thunder Bay Police and K9 unit.
|A Day of Dog Sledding
|Warehouse Participants dog sledding at Boreal Journeys Sled Dog Kennel where they had an opportunity to "co-drive" and/or ride along through the groomed trails.
The Warehouse Project and March of Dimes Canada Community Garden Program
is sponsored in part by: