Lions Quest is a program supported by Lions Clubs

Lions Quest Programs are school-based resources that help young people develop fundamental social and emotional competencies related to Provincial Learning Outcomes. For more information on the Lions Quest Programs please visit our website at

Attend a Lions Quest Workshop near you: 
(We have workshops for the community as well as for teachers - see details below)

A Community Workshop - Join Us to Make a Difference for Kids:

How can a community best support the development of healthy, capable young people of strong character?

  • Strong positive relationships with people who care about them
  • Safe and caring places to live, learn, and play
  • Opportunities to provide sservice to others, learn and try new things
  • Healthy habits
  • Hope for the future

      Community Workshop Agenda and Highlights

  • Learn how our simple, everyday actions can have an impact
  • Shift from focussing on young people's problems to promoting their strengths
  • Understand the "Ripple Effect" and identify where you can do your part
  • Commit to make a difference
Community Workshop Dates and Locations:

Tuesday April 4, 2017  7:00p.m.- 9:30p.m.
Bramalea Lions Hall,
45 Avondale Blvd., Brampton, Ontario

sponsored by the Erin Mills Lions Club

Wednesday April 19, 2017  2:00p.m.- 4:30p.m. 
Huttonville United Church
2051 Embleton Road
Brampton, Ontario
sponsored by the Huttonville Lions Club

Tuesday May 23, 2017  Time and location to be announced

sponsored by the Kleinberg Leo Club

 To register for these Community Workshops:  contact Kay Nelles, Events Coordinator, Lions Quest Canada  1-800-265-2680 ext. 102, or email; or (Erin Mills Lions) or   (Huttontville Lions).

Teachers please attend the:

Personal and Social Skills Education Workshop
Skills for Growing (Grade K-5)
Skills for Adolescence (Grade 6-8)

Friday, April 28, 2017 - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Huttonville United Church
2051 Embleton Road
Brampton, Ontario

Workshop Fee – FREE

Participation is based on a first-registered, first-served basis and space is limited to 36 participants.
(The $395.00 registration fee is generously being sponsored by District A711 Lions Clubs because Canadian Lions members care about kids and value teachers).

Workshop Includes: - Teacher's Curriculum (Workshop & Materials), Refreshments at Breaks and Lunch

Please click here to download and then complete this events' Registration form.

Space is limited – register early to avoid disappointment!

Other Lions Quest Workshops are scheduled across Canada.  Upcoming dates and locations:

April 4, 2017      Havelock, ON
April19, 2017     Calgary, AB
April 21, 2017    Edmonton, AB
April 28, 2017    Huttonville, ON
May 1, 2017      Moncton, NB
May 3, 2017      Halifax, NS
May 5, 2017      Kelowna, BC
May 12, 2017    Kitchener, ON
May 12, 2017    Regina, SK
May 18, 2017    Winnipeg, MB
May 26, 2017    Sudbury, ON

Local Lions Clubs may be willing to subsidize the workshop fee of $395/teacher, just contact us to help make that connection.  New dates are being added regularly, check the Lions Quest Canada calendar to register for a workshop near you.
Lions Quest Canada

Lions Quest Canada is a registered charitable organization dedicated to fostering positive youth development by producing and disseminating effective tools to empower and unite caring adults in all aspects of young people’s lives. These tools include innovative and well-researched programs, products, training and services for youth, parents, educators, and community leaders.

Click Lions Quest Canada Mission, Core Values and Beliefs
For details on other future sessions please call Kay Nelles, Events Coordinator, Lions Quest Canada  1-800-265-2680 ext. 102, or


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