You are invited to come and explore L’Arche Daybreak’s Dayspring, Craft Studio, and Woodery. Learn about our history and who we are in the community today.
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2012
Time: 10 am – 4 pm
L’Arche Daybreak’s Big House was built in 1926 to support members of the Sisters of St. Joseph suffering from tuberculosis. In October 1969, L’Arche Daybreak became a live-in community for adults with intellectual disabilities and their caregivers. The original barn, now called the Woodery and new Dayspring building are both architectural landmarks in Richmond Hill.
Tours will be available of the Woodery, Dayspring, and Craft Studio. The Dayspring is used for community worship services, high school retreats, and meetings, while the Woodery and Craft Studio are places of employment for members with disabilities. Just in time for Mother’s Day, the Craft Studio will be holding a sale of pottery, handmade cards, and one-of-a-kind candles.
Tour Sites: Dayspring Spiritual Centre, Woodery, Craft Studio
Thank you for joining us at Doors Open 2012
Enjoy the day visiting the many historic sites open in Richmond Hill: For more information click here.