Collage 2017

Collage is MMYC’s annual youth networking event. Last year, it connected youth leaders from over 30 different youth councils in the GTA. Collage is not only a memorable night, but also an opportunity for ambitious youth leaders to collaborate.

For those who have registered: 

Who?

Youth leaders from around the GTA, all networking and having fun under one roof.

Where?

Cornell Community Centre Rehearsal Hall

When?

October 28th, 6:30 PM to 10:00

What?

An eventful night of performances and networking – cocktail dress code is required. Oh, and lots of food.

See you there.

Circulate 2017

Introducing Circulate! An event by the Markham Mayor’s Youth Council which features a lot of fun and joy packed into a Saturday evening. If you spend your Saturdays alone, don’t worry! Circulate is a fun event where you can have fun with your friends by playing amazing games, casual competitions, and of course having some amazing snacks! Join us on February 25th from 6:30pm to 10pm at Centennial Community Center for a night of fun. All donations to the event will be going towards the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

Amazing Race 2017

Where

The Amazing Race will begin at the Markham Civic Centre.

What is the Event?

Markham’s Amazing Race is a full day event that brings together hundreds of youth from across the City. High school students race across a set route and complete a series of challenges at various prepared stations. All participants are given lunch, snacks, an event kit (t-shirt, bag, flashlight, etc), and sponsor gear to aid them throughout the day.

Our Charitable Cause

The Kids at Camp Program is run by the City of Markham to allow youth with special needs to attend summer camp programs at an affordable cost. After completing an application process, certain families will be eligible to send their child to camp for one week. As this cause relies solely on donations, MMYC’s contribution is imperative. The money MMYC raises will be added into an overall Kids at Camp fund that will assist youth all over Markham, ages 10-17, in attending summer camp.

How it’ll Run

Teams will sign up in groups of 2 racers and 1 chaperone (18+) through Google Forms. In order to be eligible to compete teams must raise $100.  All proceeds go to City of Markham Kids at Camp Program. In locations around Markham, challenge stations are set up. Racers must decipher clues and follow a designated route to get to each station. Racers can utilise provided public transportation or walk/ run to stations. Each station can range from 20-45 minutes. Racers must complete all the stations, present the physical clues as evidence, and cross the finish line first! Winners will be awarded with certificates as well as monetary/sponsored prizes.

Sign Up Here

Minute Monopoly 2017

Do you like Monopoly? Do you want to show off your awesome skills doing various Minute to Win It challenges? Then Minute Monopoly is the event for you! Come join us on Saturday, January 14 and face up to 5 other teams, competing to get the most “properties” and win sick prizes! Sign up now and more information will be sent via email after your registration! Good Luck!

Think Tank 2017

“Our stage, your story”

MMYC presents Think Tank, an evening of inspirational speeches, live entertainment, friends, and food.

This year, MMYC will be offering an early bird group rate for all tickets purchased before March 12th. If you have friends who are also attending Think Tank, you can purchase five tickets for only $20! Otherwise, regular ticket sales will be $5 per person. All tickets will be distributed by Markham Mayor’s Youth Council members at your school.

To reserve your spot at the event, fill out this form:

Collage 2016

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When: October 28th, 2016

MMYC’s first annual event Collage, was an amazing opportunity for over 30 youth councils across the GTA to network and socialise. With over 140 attendees, the event helped strengthen relationships between youth councils and develop long lasting partnerships. The night was filled with food, live music and games, and marked the beginning of yet another amazing year for youth councils.