Your Community Bulletin Board
About Us
Contact Us
View Events
Submit an Event

Subscribe to Email Listings




  • Sun Apr 26 2015
    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM GREENs Bruce Duncan Memorial Lecture Series is scheduled to host its next presentation on Sunday, April 26th, 2015. This months lecture, presented by Sean Liipere, will focus exclusively on the Bruce Peninsula, the northernmost section of the Niagara Escarpment. The hour long lecture will take place at the Waterfront Trust Centre (47 Discovery Drive Hamilton, ON) and begins promptly at 2:00 pm. Sean Liipere is Program Manager for the Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association. In this role, he is responsible for developing and implementing a community based action plan for the conservation of the Bruce Peninsula, one of the largest remaining intact natural areas in Southern Ontario. His lecture will provide an in-depth discussion of the Bruce Peninsula and the role its local communities have in protecting it. There is a cover charge of $5.00 and door prizes and refreshments will be provided following the lecture, along with an opportunity to talk with the speaker. Location:   47 Discovery Drive, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton,      Contact Info:   
  • Wed Apr 29 2015
    6:30 PM to 9:00 PM In partnership with the Burlington Public Library, BurlingtonGreen is hosting public screenings of exceptional documentary films throughout the year highlighting different global environmental issues, followed by take action initiatives, guest speakers, and audience discussion on how individual and collective action can help the planet locally. This month is Surviving Progress: Martin Scorsese’s provocative documentary that delves into concepts of progress focusing on technological advancement, economic development, and population increase in the modern world. Location:   Burlington Central Library, Burlington, 2331 New Street Region: Halton,   Sponsor: BurlingtonGreen    Contact Info:
  • Thur Apr 30 2015
    7:00 PM When acclaimed Montreal author Deni Béchard learned of the last living bonobos — matriarchal great apes which are, alongside chimpanzees, our closest relatives — he was astonished. How could we accept the disappearance of this majestic species, along with the rainforest it calls home? Béchard began investigating the problems facing the bonobos — industrial and urban encroachment, aggressive resource extraction by foreign companies, the civil war and genocide which had wreaked havoc on the Congo intermittently for more than a century, the trade in bush-meat — and in the process discovered one small organization, the Bonobo Conservation Institute, which had done more to save the bonobos than many much larger organizations. In BCI Béchard recognized a unique post-colonial model for conservation initiatives which, if replicated, might provide one of the only hopes for making the world a far better and more equitable place. Part polemic, part travelogue, part natural history, "The Last Bonobo: A Journey Into the Congo" offers a moving story of how a few committed people can affect great and lasting change. Free, everyone welcome. Location:   Bryan Prince Bookseller, 1060 King Street West, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Bryan Prince Bookseller    Contact Info: Kerry    (905) 528-4508   
  • Sat May 2 2015
    1:30 PM to 5:00 PM Join Greening Sacred Spaces and the BLIA Toronto Young Adult Division for the 2015 Interfaith Youth Forum, where we will explore Future and Hope – Youth, Faith and Passion. The forum aims to build bridges and find common grounds among youth from different faiths and cultural backgrounds, to hopefully cultivate an interfaith youth network that will grow beyond the event. For more information and registration, visit " Location:   Fo Guang Shan Temple of Toronto, 6525 Millcreek Drive, , Mississauga , Region: Halton,      Contact Info: Christina Read   
  • Mon May 4 2015
    1:00 PM Cohousing is an affordable alternative housing concept that allows seniors to buy ownership in a shared home with shared household decision making and costs. This downsizing option could allow seniors to use their additional freed up equity and additional discretionary income to live their golden chapters as they desire with available funds to tackle their bucket list. Location:   Older Adult Room, Rockwood Public Libary, Rockwood, ON, Region: Halton, Hamilton,   Sponsor: Rockwood Cohousing Interest Group    Contact Info: Anne Snell, Bonnie Mullen, Elisabeth Hines, anne.fullcircle    519-856-9110, 519-836-6365, 226-343-4302     
  • Wed May 27 2015
    8:30 AM to 4:30 PM This workshop is designed to help leadership teams of 3-4 (including board members) get clarity on the feasibility of their idea and the basic elements of a potential business plan. Next steps, including key assumptions that they need to validate and test, will also be discussed. Cost: $300/team. Location:   215 Spadina Ave., Suite 128, Toronto, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:

© 2006