August 13th, 2018 Meeting – Friendship

What does friendship mean to you?
Do you consider friends as pearls in the ocean of life?
As Christie Brinkley says,” Smile with the world, It’s a symbol of friendship and peace! ”

While celebrating friendship doesn’t need a specific date, come and join us in the month of August when “Friendship Day” is celebrated. You can enjoy not only the friendly smile and company from our fellow toastmasters but also practice your public speaking.

Overcome your fear of speaking in front of an audience at the Table Topic Section where guests can be invited to do a 1 to 2 minutes impromptu speech on a given topic (with the guest’s consent of course)

We are an all time friendly and fun loving group who support each other to improve our leadership and public speaking skills.


Oct 23rd Meeting – Personal Growth

  • “An awake heart is like a sky that pours light.”
    ― Hafiz

    What is your next journey going to be? Join our meeting tonight to share your personal experience, your life stories, and to practice your public speaking skills!


Oct 30th Meeting – Halloween!

  • What is your favourite character? What is the real you deep in your heart? Who are you longing to be? It is your stage now!

    At this spooky night, bring out yourself and join our fun meeting while improving your public speaking!


Cheers to the Great 30 years!

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Marpole Community Toastmasters Club’s is getting 30 years old! 

Thank you for our your support, Marpole Community Toastmasters Club has been training many excellent speakers and growing to be one of the President’s Distinguished Clubs. We will continue helping more and more people become better speakers and achieve their goals!

Please join our big celebration! There will be inspirational speakers, exciting activities, delicious food, and more surprises for you. 

Event Time and Location:
Marpole Community Toastmasters
Monday Oct 2nd, 2017
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
St. Augustine’s Church,
8680 Hudson St., Vancouver, BC


Christmas Party 2015

Xmas open house meeting could not have been better. We were welcomed with amazing mouth watering dishes which elated us all.

Started the meeting with our power pack toastmaster Vito who set the energy level so well. Garry our chair started the meeting with introducing us with a special guest as Santa Claus. Our role players were just awesome. Our table topic master Veronica did a phenomenon job and we all enjoyed her session thoroughly. Finally we wrapped up the meeting with general evaluation done by Jimmy who gave us nice feedback and points for growth!

With this we closed the last meeting of 2015 with a promise that we all will come together in 2016 for another fun and full of learning year!

See you all in our next meeting on January 4th, 2016. We Wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Victoria Day Long Weekend & Open House for May 28

Dear fellow Toastmasters!

Please note that we won’t have club meetup for this coming Monday, May 21. We will have an open house for May 28. Please ask your friends and family to join our party!

Also we welcome the new club officers for 2012-2013:

President: Tom

VP of PR: Alex

VP of Education: Linda

VP of Membership: Diana

Sergeant at Arms: Edwin

Treasurer: Frank N.

Secretary: Jordan

Meeting – April 23, 2012

Theme: Art

Chair: John

Timer: Zoe

Grammarian: Edwin

Speaker 1: Alex     CC#6: Vocal Variety -“Accents”

Evaluator: Jordan

Speaker 2: Sadia   CC#1: Icebreaker – “Life and Certainty”

Evaluator: Frank F.

Table Topic Master: Frank F.

Evaluator: Linda

Great meeting chaired by John. We also had Sadia for her first icebreaker speech talking about her feeling with life and certainty. Alex delivered an interesting speech about his experience regarding different “accents”. We never know he has such a talent! Good job Alex! Also a well-delivered table topic speeches for all the participants!

Toastmasters, District 21 – Enhance your Leadership Skills

While you participate – be a part of the Toastmasters Spring 2012 Conference!

Become a Volunteer!!

You have already decided to attend the Spring Conference. Do you know that you can enhance your participation by becoming part of the show?

Yes, you can!

Registration is underway for Volunteers for the Spring Conference. This is YOUR opportunity to use your skills and be part of a mega event that you will remember for a long time.

Volunteering at the Spring Conference is a unique opportunity that you want to take advantage of – this is your time to shine!

Benefits when you volunteer:

1. Rewarding experience by connecting with your peers
2. Apply your skills/expertise by giving back to an organization that you are part of

Please choose one area where you would like to help out:

1. Pre-Conference – at the conference site – to assemble Welcome Kit Bags on Friday, May 11th
2. Education Session Host – Introducing Ed Speakers, timing, handing out and collecting evaluation forms, etc . . .
3. Contests – to assist with contestants, micing, props
4. Registration – to register attendees at conference
5. Sponsorship – at the conference – to coordinate sponsorship, advertising details, etc . . .
6. Silent Auction – before/after conference: to coordinate set-up and tear-down of silent auction table
7. Banquet – decorations team – event hall, table decors, distribute handouts
8. Entertainment Team – to coordinate set-up – ensuring musicians, band, etc . . . ready
9. Volunteer Coordinating – to coordinate all areas are equipped with sufficient team members
10. Social Media Team – to stimulate the conversation on Twitter/Facebook
11. 1st Timer’s Reception (5 pm) – on Friday evening to set-up/tear down reception room
12. Facilities – to assist Facilities Chair, monitoring doors, setting up flip charts, projectors

Why wait? Register as a Volunteer today!

Contact: Kusayla Nathan, ACG, ALB
Spring 2012 Conference Volunteer Chair

604.945.6816 /

Meeting – March 19, 2012

Another successful meeting chaired by Tom with the Theme:Spring – Love is in the Air. Tonight we had 3 special guests, Melody, Robin and Vern.

Frank F. inspired the fellow toastmasters about the characteristic of love – to look at a person, know their true faults and accepting that person into your life.

Frank N. gave us a really good joke fit for the theme of love with twist of culture difference. Excellent table topic session performed by Paul and all the speakers who take the courage to speak.

Great icebreaker speech by Amy, and she opened up herself so we could know more about her. Excellent speech for explanation of project management by Miroslavka. She made it sounds so simple and we can really connected her example of cooking and travel planning. Linda gave great evaluations for both speakers and the whole meeting of the night.

All in all, great meeting for the night!!

Meet up group for Marpole Community Toastmasters Club

Fellow guests and toastmasters!

We are happy to announce that new meet up group for our club is built. Please join us!

Here is the meet up group site:


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