Programming and Events

What's Happening

Independent Living Waterloo Region offers a variety of Community Resource activities as well as agency events. Check out details below to see what is happening at ILWR and sign up to receive email notifications about activities.

Ongoing events

Community programming

Tuesday Morning Coffee Club

Join us every Tuesday morning from the comfort of your own home with your favourite beverage. The Tuesday Morning Coffee Club is a safe space to unwind, check in with friends and enjoy some casual conversation.

Tuesdays 10:30 - 11:30 am

Staying Well Together Wednesday

Join your peers every other Wednesday afternoon as we meet with our friends at T6Talk to discuss various topics ranging from mental health supports, to disability advocacy, to open sessions where you can openly speak your mind in a safe space. For more information about T6Talk, please visit their website at


Alternating Wednesdays 2:00 - 3:00 pm

consumer directed activities

In addition to our regular weekly programs, we offer a variety of other social meetings including movie and book clubs and a range of seasonal and holiday based activities. 


To learn more about our ongoing events and community programming, please contact We will be happy to connect with information about ILWR and sign you up for our weekly events newsletter.

CRP Fundraiser

ILWR Community Resource Program Fundraiser


On the evening of October 17, 2024 ILWR will be hosting a community-wide talent show with live music and food trucks to help raise money for the Community Resource Program.

We are currently in the stages of planning the event and look forward to sharing information with you in the weeks ahead. If you would like you get involved in helping to plan the fundraiser, please contact

a group of happy youth participants
Our Annual Event

Tournament of Hope

The Tournament of Hope is ILWR’s annual golf event raising funds to support our Access Fund program.

Join us to play 18 holes of golf individually or with a team and help people with disabilities in our community reduce barriers and live independently.