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  • Tue Sept 1 2015
    WINONA FARMERS MARKET
    3:none 0 to 7:none 0 Every TUESDAY until October 13. Locally grown produce. Buy local, eat local. Help support the local farmers. Location:   1285 Hwy #8 at Winona Rd. , Winona, Ontario, Region: Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:   
  • Sat Sept 5 2015
    WESTFEST IN WESTDALE VILLAGE
    12:00 AM to 11:00 PM A community-based free festival with live music, kids zone, food and more. Location:   King St west, downtown Westdale, Hamilton, Near McMaster University Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info:    westdalevillage.ca
  • Sat Sept 5 2015
    TOXIC TOUR
    7:00 AM Free buses are heading to Sarnia from multiple cities including Hamilton, Toronto, Guelph for a “toxic tour” of the health and environmental impacts of chemical valley. The tour is hosted by the Aamjiwnaang First Nation where female births outnumber males by two to one. Only a few spaces left! Register at hamiltongetonthebus@gmail.com or see Location:   Tour bus leaves from Hamilton,, Tour of Sarnia, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Environment Hamilton    Contact Info:    www.facebook.com/events/452667221586614/
  • Sat Sept 5 2015
    A NEW URBAN AGENDA
    3:00 PM Politics in the Greater Toronto, Hamilton Area (GTHA) have become increasingly divisive over the past decade, and solutions to the cities problems have become hot-topic issues debated in council and the press, but never finding resolution. The New Urban Agenda is equal parts history, social science, and call to action to solve the major problems facing the GTHA. Issues such as urban and suburban development, transit, environmental impact, affordable housing, and the seemingly inherent gridlock of municipal politics are all discussed. Award-winning author Bill Freeman offers a level-headed approach to the problems and lays out an agenda that will lead to an improvement in the quality of life in our neighbourhoods and downtowns and make our cities more economically viable. He encourages individuals and communities to speak up for themselves and get involved in politics at a grassroots level. With no shortage of examples, he shows how this strategy can create the change that is needed to move cities forward in a way that benefits everyone, not just the business and political elite. Location:   Westdale United Church, 99 North Oval, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Presented by several local groups as part of WESTFEST 2015    Contact Info: Kerry   events@princebooks.net    (905) 528-4508   www.princebooks.net   
  • Thur Sept 10 2015
    GREENBELT STILL THREATENED: NEW SLATE OF PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS BY CITY OF HAMILTON
    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM With the loss of Canada's best farmland (Niagara peninsula) & natural lands to urban sprawl, 10 years ago the Ontario Greenbelt was created. IT IS STILL UNDER THREAT with a new set of City of Hamilton Public Consultations that are taking place in rural areas only. Please attend. In addition to this consultation in Ancaster, another two will follow at Harry Howell Arena [Hwy 5 east of Clappison’s Corners on Sep 14] and at Winona Vine Estates [Glover Road in rural Stoney Creek on September 17]. Location:   Ancaster Fair Grounds, 630 Trinity Rd. S (corner of Hwy 2/53 & Trinity Rd./Hwy 52) , Ancaster, Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info:    www.hamilton.ca/city-planning/official-plan-zoning-by-law/provincial-plan-review
  • Thur Sept 10 2015
    SUICIDE ALERTNESS TRAINING (SAFETALK)
    9:00 AM to 12:30 PM This 3 hour training for anybody over the age of 15, the outcome of the training is to help people identify invitations and connect people with appropriate resources Cost of the training is $15 Location:   Stoney Creek Recreation Centre, STONEY CREEK, Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info: Craig Marenick   cmarenick@cmhahamilton.ca    905-521-0090 ext 245   www.cmhahamilton.ca   
  • Fri Sept 11 2015 to Sun Sept 13
    SUPERCRAWL
    12:00 PM to 12:00 AM A lineup of great musicians alongside an entire street of cultural experiences — art, fashion, performance (Circus Orange), talks, crafts, food and fun (local, regional national and international) —Featuring: Monster Truck, Fred Penner, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Dan Lanois, Steve Strongman, The Sadies, and many more. Location:   James St. N.,, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:    http://supercrawl.ca
  • Fri Sept 18 2015 to Sat Sept 19
    OUR FUTURE HAMILTON- COMMUNITIES IN CONVERSATION - FREE 2-DAY EVENT
    0:00 PM to 4:00 PM Engage in thought-provoking conversations featuring leading experts on the challenges and opportunities facing Hamilton. An inspirational keynote by Spencer West (Me to We). Do either day or both! You must register for Day 1 and Day 2 separately and there aren’t many tickets left for Day 1. Details and registration information can be found at http://www.hamilton.ca/ourfuturehamilton. For complimentary HSR bus passes or to register for complimentary daycare for children ages 1 to 9 (for the Saturday event only), please email ourfuturehamilton@hamilton.ca Location:   Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane (for Friday Keynote speaker Chris Hadfield @ 7pm) and Hamilton Convention Centre, 1 Summers Lane (for Saturday 8:30am-4pm). , Hamilton,   The City of Hamilton is pleased to offer complimentary parking behind City Hall (71 Main St. W) for registered participants.       Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: City of Hamilton    Contact Info: ourfuturehamilton@hamilton.ca.    905-546-2424  
  • Sat Sept 19 2015
    NO SUGAR TONIGHT CANADIAN DIABETES FOUNDATION 5K RUN/WALK
    6:30 PM to 11:30 PM The Canadian Diabetes Association is hosting a fun night run, lighting up the night with our bright spirits and high hopes of finding a cure for diabetes. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate at their own pace and there will be an after party at the C-Hotel, including prizes, auctions and raffles. Funds raised will help support those living with or affected by diabetes in Canada. The Canadian Diabetes Association is looking for donations, sponsors and most importantly participants. Any possible promotion helps this event and the CDA. Location:   Hamilton Rail Trail, starting line at 1342 Stone Church Rd, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: C Hotel, Running Room, Vitagraphica, ADI Development Group    Contact Info: Sarah Snider    sarah.snider@diabetes.ca    9055402515   www.events.runningroom.com/site/?raceId=12285   
  • Sat Sept 19 2015
    BOOK LAUNCH: YVES ENGLER, "CANADA IN AFRICA: 300 YEARS OF AID AND EXPLOITATION"
    7:00 PM Engler documents Canadian involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, the “scramble for Africa” and European colonialism. The book reveals Ottawas opposition to anti-colonial struggles, its support for apartheid South Africa and Idi Amins coup, and its role in ousting independence leaders Patrice Lumumba and Kwame Nkrumah. Location:   New Vision United Church, 24 Main St. West, Hamilton, Paid parking across the street behind Hamilton City Hall or in a lot behind the church, accessed from James Street South. The church is adjacent to the HSR MacNab Street Bus Terminal and is fully acce Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:    https://www.facebook.com/events/740572862738234/
  • Thur Oct 15 2015
    SWEET & SPICY - AN EVENING TO CELEBRATE & SUPPORT ENVIRONMENT HAMILTON
    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Please join us for a casual gathering of delicious local food (desserts and finger foods), live music, cash bar, and exciting updates! The gathering is taking place at the Spice Factory - a great new venue in downtown Hamilton. Location:   121 Hughson Street North, Hamilton, Located on the west side of Hughson - between Wilson and Cannon. Plenty of parking nearby! Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Environment Hamilton    Contact Info: Lynda Lukasik   contactus@environmenthamilton.org    905-549-0900   www.environmenthamilton.org   
  • Sat Oct 31 2015 to Sat Oct 31
    HOWLS FOR HOPE!!
    7:30 PM to 1:00 AM Halloween Video Dance Party In support of Heart and Stroke Foundation And the Canadian Cancer Society RAFFLES SILENT AUCTION PRIZE FOR BEST COSTUME CASH BAR COLD FOOD BUFFET DANCE ALL NIGHT TO THE BEST DJ IN THE CITY 5150 ENTERTAINMENT TICKETS $10.OO ADVANCE $12.00 AT THE DOOR CONTACT KAREN AT klrkitchener@gmail.com Or at 9059206524 to get your tickets asap! ONLY 150 TICKETS AVAILABLE they are selling fast!! Location:   Knights of Columbus Hall 1527 Upper James st, Hamilton Ontario, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: 5150 entertainment and Lagoon Pools and many more!    Contact Info: Karen    klrkitchener@gmail.com    9059206524     
 

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