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The last two weeks of January are the most popular for Family Literacy events, day or evening, so we surveyed our presenters to see which ones were still available. We’ve included their geographic range, any special pricing, plus the dates they have free on weekends, evenings and daytime in January:
Available weekday daytime Jan 15 to 26.
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Daytime: Jan 15-19, Jan 22-24, Jan 29-31, Feb 1 (morning only)
Evenings: Jan 15-18, Jan 22-24, Jan 29-Feb 1
Weekend: Jan 14, Jan 20 (evening only), Jan 21
Karen Bass/ Hamilton,
75km radius, including Toronto
Daytime dates available:
Jan 15-19, Jan 22-26, Jan 29-31
Aubrey Davis/Toronto, 100km range
Family Literacy Visits
Dates Available: Jan 14-Feb1 (but not Jan 24)
Weekend dates available
Family Literacy Event fee $450 plus HST
Regular school and library visits,
Daytime dates: Jan 14-Feb 1 (but not Jan 24)
Sylvia McNicoll/Burlington 100km range
Jan 14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22, 23,24,25,29,30,
Feb 1 are available, day and evening, plus evening of Jan 26
Rona Arato/Toronto and 1hr radius
For family literacy events I’m available any evening the week of Jan 15 and Jan 22 except Jan 24. On weekends I’m available on Sunday Jan. 14 and Saturday Jan. 20. I live in North York and I’m willing to drive within an hour of Toronto. My fee for a one hour presentation is $250. For School and library visits I’m available any day the weeks of Jan. 15 and Jan. 22. My fee is $250 for one presentation; $450 for a half day and $750 for a full day.
Robert Priest/Toronto and 200km radius
is widely available for the family literacy events between Jan 14 and Feb 1.
I am well equipped with poems and songs that comfortably span and entertain
all age groups.
$500 and the 1st $100 goes to Shannen’s Dream for Safe and
Comfy Schools. Travel expenses apply for non-Toronto venues.
Nadia L. Hohn/ Toronto and 50km radius
Evenings: Mon Jan 15, 22, 29; Wed. Jan 17, 24, 31; Thurs. Jan 18, 25, Feb. 1; Fri. Jan. 26, Feb. 2
Weekend: Sun Jan. 14, 21, 28; Sat Jan. 20, 21;
Family Literacy Event fee $250, plus travel
Kari-Lynn Winters/ St Catherines and 100km radius + Toronto
Evenings available: In Vancouver—January 17, 18. In Ontario — January 15, 22, 23, 29, 30
Weekend: January 27, 28
Family Literacy Event fee: $375 for one session (plus mileage)
Mireille Messier/ Toronto and 50 km radius from East York
Evening availability: Jan 15-18 & Jan 22-25
Weekend availability: Jan 27 & 28
Fee 350$/1 hour (In French, in English or both)
Daytime availability: Jan 15-18 & Jan 22-26
Heather Camlot/ Toronto and 50km range
Evening dates: 15, 18, 19, 22, 23, 25, 26, 29, 30
Weekend dates: 14, 20-21, 27-28
Family Literacy Event: $250 + HST for 1 hour presentation
Regular school and library visits: January 15-31, 150 range from Toronto
Joëlle Anthony/J. M. Kelly/ Vancouver Island, BC and Greater Vancouver area, BC
Weekends and Evenings between Jan 14 and Feb 1
Family Literacy Event fee: $250 plus travel
Patricia Storms/ Toronto and GTA
Evening dates: Jan 12, 19, 26
Weekend dates: Jan 20, 21, 27, 28
Regular School Visits: Jan 9-11, Jan 15-18, Jan 24-25, Jan 29-31
Fee: $300 + HST for one hour presentation
R.J. Anderson/ Stratford and 100km radius
Daytime dates available: Jan 17, 18, 19; 24, 25, 26, and 31
Shelly Becker /Toronto and area
Evenings available Jan 15-18, Jan 22-24, Jan 29-Feb 1
Weekend dates available: Jan 14, Jan 20 (evening only), Jan 21
Family Literacy fee, depends what they want me to do and how long they want me
Caroline Fernandez/ Toronto
Daytime dates: Jan 14- Feb 1
Weekend dates: Jan 14-Feb 1
Family Literacy Event fee: $225 + HST + supplies for boredom busters crafts
Experience with broad age-range audience by hosting boredom busters arts n’ crafts workshops with grandparents, parents, and kids.
Workshop example: make a journal (step-by-step reading + hands on activity)
Lorna Schultz Nicholson/Toronto, GTA, Niagara, Barrie
Dates – January 29, 30, 31, February 1
Weekend – January 28th
Literacy Event fee – $250.00 for an hour
Sigmund Brouwer/Barrie, Hamilton, Toronto
Daytime: Jan 18, 75 k radius of Barrie, Jan 19, 50 k radius of Hamilton, Jan 31, 100 k radius of Toronto
Evenings: Jan 16, 100 k radius of Toronto, Jan 18, Barrie area, Jan 30, 100 k radius of Toronto
Jan 31, 100 k radius of Toronto
The Rock and Roll Literacy format makes this ideal for a wide audience range. It also includes 20 books to be used as door prizes for incentives for participation at the event.
Bernice Hune / Toronto and GTA
Evenings: Jan 14 -26 & Jan. 8 to Feb 1
Weekend dates: Jan. 13, 14, 20, 21, 28 & Feb 3 & 4
your Family Literacy Event fee $300 + travel
Weekend dates available 20-21, 27-28
Family Literacy Event fee $500
Ted Staunton/ Toronto, GTA, Port Hope, south central Ontario
Evenings: Jan 15, 16, 17, 24, 31
Weekends: 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28
Literacy event Fee: 375 + HST
School Day availability: Jan 15, 26, 31,
I have material and presentations for all age/grade groups and mixes and have done lots of family literacy events
Evenings: January 18, 24, 29 30
Weekends: January 20, 27.
$300 + HST
Daytime school visit availability:
Now til end of Jan.
Available in GTA for inspiring visits that will get your students wanting to share their own stories in their own ways.