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Coming Up at AGI

AGI is proud to present the Marva Whyte Alzheimer Awareness Conference, Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 6pm.

Entitled Unravelling Dementia through Medicine and Science, this informative evening takes a look at dementia from both medical and scientific perspectives.

Featuring two guest speakers who are experts in their fields: Dr. Serge Gauthier - the Director of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Unit, McGill University Centre for Studies in Aging Joe Schwarcz, PhD - Director of McGill Office of Science and Society and Renowned Author.

Location: Hotel Ruby Foo’s, 7655 Decarie Blvd., Montreal H4P 2H2
Tickets are $20
Pre-registration is required.
To register, please call 514-485-7233 or email info@agiteam.org

Click here for more detailed information about the conference.
  Each year, AGI’s Vintage Recall offers Montreal’s fashion conscious women an opportunity to buy a piece of luxury at a really low price – it’s a wonderful way to support a great cause!

We're thrilled to announce the dates for AGI’s Vintage Recall VI :

Vente Privée Cocktail Evening - Thursday, May 4, 2017
Public Sale - Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6, 2017

Location: L'Atelier, 5500 Ferrier, Montreal H4P 1M2
Tickets for Vintage Recall Vente Privée will go on sale early in the New Year.

Donate your clothing to Vintage Recall! If you have any designer clothing, handbags, shoes, scarves and other accessories that you no longer wear, please consider donating them to AGI’s Vintage Recall Event. We’re ready to receive them! Simply give us a call 514-485-7233 or email info@agiteam.org

We greatly appreciate all donations, but there are some things to consider – here is the list of items we’re looking for.
  A delicious new program that combines a slice of respite, a dash of camaraderie and a cup full of new cooking skills.

This wonderful culinary and social program is open to male caregivers and widowers.

Men in the Kitchen combines an opportunity for participants to finesse their cooking skills, learn more about food, understand good nutrition and enjoy warm camaraderie and support from peers. Caregivers join facilitators, an AGI Counsellor, a Provigo Culinary School Rep and a Chef, for three hours every week of culinary fun!

For more details and to sign up, click here




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