TORONTO, April 27 /CNW/ – Baycrest Geriatric Health Care System in
Toronto will announce a new package of outreach programming for Holocaust
Survivors in the community, the centerpiece of which will be the opening of
Baycrest Café Europa this fall.
Baycrest cares for almost 1,000 survivors in its nursing home and
hospital and through its outpatient clinics and the Community Day Centre for
The Baycrest Café Europa will be modeled after similarly-named cafés for
survivors in Europe, the United States, United Kingdom and Israel. It will
operate as a weekly drop-in venue with structured programming for survivors to
socialize, relax and be with people who understand their past.
Holocaust Survivors will be in attendance at the proposed
café site for the announcement and available for interviews and photos. Grade
6 students from Thornhill Woods Public School will unveil colorful signage for
the new café and perform dramatic readings and music.

Baycrest announces Café Europa with Minister Colle
Friday, April 28, 2006 at 10:30 a.m.
Baycrest’s Joseph E. and Minnie Wagman Centre (Lower Level)
55 Ameer Ave., Toronto