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  • Thur Sept 29 2016
    WEST HARBOUR COMMUNITY CONVERSATION
    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM The City of Hamilton is be hosting a monthly meeting with staff updates about the: - Bayfront Park Beach Study - Pier 7 + 8 Subdivision Application & Rezoning Process - Results of the Pier 7 + 8 Land Solicitation Workshops Members of the West Harbour team will provide updates, gather input, and address your concerns. Location:   294 James St N, Hamilton, At the Evergreen Community Storefront Region: Halton,      Contact Info: West Harbour   westharbour@hamilton.ca    905-546-2424 ext. 2085   hamilton.ca/westharbour   
  • Sat Oct 1 2016
    FRACKING FOR OIL & GAS: CHARACTER AND CONSEQUENCES - FREE PUBLIC TALK
    8:00 PM to 9:30 PM What is fracking all about? Fracking has changed the sources and economics of fossil fuel production worldwide. Dr. Bob McNutt, a geologist formerly on faculty at U of T and McMaster, describes the process and explains its pros and cons. Q & A with coffee afterwards. Location:   McMaster University Medical Centre, Ewart Angus Centre, Rm. 1A1, Main St. West, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:    905-525-9140x. 21556   www.haalsa.org
  • Sat Oct 1 2016
    INTERFAITH SUSTAINABILITY BUS TOUR
    9:30 AM to 4:30 PM WHEN Saturday, October 1; 9:30 am - 4:30 pm WHERE We have chartered a private bus to visit the following sites: Solel Congregation Unitarian Congregation The Grange (Heritage Mississauga) Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple This innovative bus tour will explore how different faith groups in Mississauga are working towards more sustainable and healthier communities — from eco-spiritual practices and local food systems to green architecture and gardening initiatives. Together, we will increase our understanding and appreciation of different faiths, cultures and traditions and invigorate our capacity to work across traditional divides. REGISTRATION: http://greeningsacredspaces.net/interfaith-sustainability-bus-tour/ *Registration is required and it must be done on the Greening Sacred Spaces website. FEES $15 includes lunch and transportation throughout the day Location:   Multiple Faith Sites Across Mississauga , Mississauga , Region: Halton, Hamilton,      Contact Info:   
  • Sat Oct 15 2016
    DEEPLY ROOTED: ENVIRONMENT HAMILTON'S 15TH BIRTHDAY BASH WITH SARAH HARMER & FRIENDS
    Celebrating 15 years of environmental action with a fundraiser gala. 5:30pm is Local Harvest Banquet at $125 per person (includes a multi-course Banquet prepared Mes Amis Catering + entry to the 8pm Birthday Bash) Tickets are limited to 50 for dinner. OR .... Birthday Bash at 8pm - $35 per person (includes entry and light refreshments -cash bar) Musicians: Sarah Harmer, Milk Run, Steve Fuller and byron. Location:   Park Street Gas Works, 141 Park St. N, Hamilton, Region: 0, 0, 0      Contact Info:    www.facebook.com/events/912609578872358/
  • Mon Oct 17 2016
    COOPER'S HAWK & BLANDING'S TURTLE - A TALK
    7:00 0 Who were Cooper and Blanding? Who named them? Why were their names given to these species? Do they have other species named for them? The answers can be enlightening and amusing. After a quick overview of the binomial naming system, we will spotlight the people behind the names, other species named for them and any connection between these people. Chris Motherwell is a teacher, naturalist and photographer. Studying nature has been his passion since early days in suburban Montréal, patrolling local woods in search of blue-spotted salamanders and milk snakes, or finding mudpuppies and crayfish in the back river. After learning backyard birds in his teens, he has participated in Christmas Bird counts since 1988 in Algonquin and Rondeau Parks, Toronto, Brantford, Hamilton and Victoria, Saanich, Sooke and Duncan, BC. He was an avid contributor to the former Ontario Herpetofaunal Summary, the Ontario Mammal Atlas, and the Canadian Ladybeetle survey. His formal studies have included courses in the Restoration of Natural Systems program at University of Victoria, BC and he has taught a number of bird watching courses and conducted many nature walks. An award winning nature photographer, his work is published in Islands of Hope: Ontario’s Parks and Wilderness. He has been collecting named species for his database for over 10 years. This is one of the monthly meetings of the Hamilton Naturalists' Club. All are welcomed to come. October's speaker is Chris Motherwell. Location:   Royal Botanical Gardens, 680 Plains Rd W, Burlington,       Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info: Rob Porter   rob@inpictures.ca    http://hamiltonnature.org/activities/monthly-meetings/   
  • Mon Oct 17 2016
    GROWTH PLAN AND GREENBELT PLAN: HOW THEY INTERACT TO MANAGE GROWTH IN THE GGH.
    7:00 PM to 0: 0 This is a public lecture with guests from the Neptis Foundation. Location:   Central location, Hamilton Public Library, York Boulevard (Jackson Square), Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Environment Hamilton    Contact Info:    www.environmenthamilton.org/view/page/growing_the_greenbelt
  • Tue Oct 18 2016
    NO MORE PIPELINES
    12:00 AM to 2:none PM Rally at the National Energy Board hearings in Hamilton over Enbridge plans to triple capacity in 35 km of its export pipeline across Hamilton that runs from Line 9 and extends through Niagara to the US. Location:   Crown Plaza Hotel, 150 King Street East, Hamilton, Corner of Catherine and King East in downtown Hamilton Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Hamilton 350 Committee    Contact Info: Don McLean   info@hamilton350.org    905-664-8796   www.hamilton350.org   
  • Mon Oct 24 2016
    TEACHING THE PRIME MINISTER
    0:00 0 to 0:00 0 Meeting the commitments Canada made in Paris means keeping fossil fuels in the ground -- that means rejecting the Kinder Morgan pipeline this December. Join us (or support us) as throngs of youth and students across our country head to Ottawa to teach the Prime Minister the most basic lesson of climate science: climate leaders don't build pipelines! Using a march and civil disobedience to call attention to our frustration with politics-as-usual, this is an unprecedented action to call on the PM, and self-appointed Minister of Youth, to reject the Kinder Morgan pipeline and commit to clean renewable energy and just energy policy. Sign up or support us here http://climate101.ca/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=actionkit Location:   Ottawa, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:    http://climate101.ca/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=actionkit
  • Sat Nov 12 2016 to Sat Nov 12
    AN EVENING WITH GLEN SODERHOLM
    7:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central Presbyterian Church, 165 Charlton Avenue West at Caroline Street South in Central Hamilton is pleased to present an evening with well-known gospel, folk, Celtic singer-songwriter Glen Soderholm and company on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the sanctuary off Caroline Street. Glen Soderholm is an accomplished Canadian singer-songwriter, praise-worship leader, speaker, teacher and ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. He has recorded six CDs of mostly original music in the genre of spiritual acoustic folk often highlighting Trinitarian themes. Join Central Church as we continue to celebrate our 175th anniversary in an evening of joy-filled musical entertainment. Admission is FREE but an offering in support of Presbyterian World Service & Development and the Refugee Aid Program would be appreciated. Location:   Central Presbyterian Church, Sanctuary, Caroline Street at Charlton Avenue West, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Central Presbyterian Church    Contact Info: Church Office   info@cpchamilton.ca    905-522-9098   www.cpchamilton.ca   
 

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