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  • Sun Mar 1 2015 to Tue Mar 31
    $115 MINI-SESSIONS WITH 10% PROCEEDS BENEFITING CITY KIDZ
    12:00 AM to 11:00 PM Capturing Imagination Photography will be providing in-home lifestyle mini-sessions for the month of March. These sessions will be 45 minutes long, and include all your best, edited images (20-30 on average)in an online gallery. This is a great opportunity to get some beautiful family photos while contributing to a great cause. For more information: http://www.capturingimaginationphotography.com/Pages/Blog Location:   In your home, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info: Becky   capturingimaginationphoto@gmail.com    289-925-0771   www.capturingimaginationphotography.com   
  • Fri Mar 6 2015
    A WINTER EVENING BY THE BAY
    6:30 PM Join BARC for our 2015 winter fundraising event in support of Hamilton Harbour/Burlington Bay restoration. Event will feature reception and cocktail party: light fare, cash bar, live music, silent auction, raffle and door prize. Location:   Waterfront Banquet Centre, 555 Bay Street North, Hamilton, Tickets are $30 a person. Please call or email to purchase tickets prior to the event. All are welcome! Region: Halton, Hamilton,      Contact Info: Sheila Whaley   barc@hamiltonharbour.ca    905 527 7111   hamiltonharbour.ca   
  • Sat Mar 7 2015 to Sat Mar 07
    5 AT THE FIRST PRESENTS PURCELL: DIDO AND AENEAS
    2:30 PM to 4:30 PM 5 at the First Chamber Music Series Presents PURCELL: DIDO AND AENEAS co-produced by the Gallery Players of Niagara and Hamilton's Capella Intima Saturday, March 7, 2015 – 2.30pm First Unitarian Church - 170 Dundurn Street South, Hamilton ON Tickets online: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1137166 At the door: $20 Adult $15 Seniors $5 Students/unwaged FREE Under 12 Special group prices available (email for more info), Free parking and fully accessible Email: 5atthefirst@gmail.com Website: www.5atthefirst.weebly.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/5attheFirst Twitter: @5attheFirst Series Sponsor: Bill Mercer Geological Consulting & supported by the Ontario Arts Council We are very excited to present our first opera! Location:   First Unitarian Church, 170 Dundurn St South, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton,      Contact Info: 5atthefirst@gmail.com    www.5atthefirst.weebly.com
  • Sat Mar 7 2015
    5 AT THE FIRST; PURCELL DIDO AENEAS - OUR FIRST OPERA!
    2:30 PM to 4:30 PM Co-produced by the Gallery Players of Niagara and Hamilton's Capella Intima. Tickets online: www.brownpapertickets.com/ event/1137166 At the door: $20 Adult,$15 Seniors,$5 Students/unwaged FREE Under 12 Special group prices available (email for more info) Free parking and fully accessible. Founded by tenor Bud Roach in 2008, Capella Intima has carved out a niche in the Toronto and Hamilton early music scene by presenting the vocal music of the 17th century in exciting concerts of rarely-heard gems. Recent projects include "The Poor Man's Vespers", and Marco da Gagliano's "La Dafne" of 1608, with the Toronto Continuo Collective. The four voices forming the core of Capella Intima are soloists with ensembles throughout the province, and appear with Canada's finest early music presenters. www.capellaintima.com The Gallery Players has been presenting concerts in the Niagara Region for 20 years! They began as an ensemble of four musicians, and over the years have grown to approximately 15 performers. Their programming draws upon the expertise of the players and over the years have developed unique programming, including works of contemporary Canadian composers, the canon of classical chamber music, period-instrument performances and lesser-known works from all periods. www.galleryplayers.ca Location:   170 Dundurn Street South, , Hamilton, ON, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Bill Mercer Geological Consulting, Ontario Arts Council    Contact Info: Rachel Mercer/Michele Corbeil (Directors)   5atthefirst@gmail.com    5atthefirst.weeblycom   
  • Mon Mar 9 2015
    SHE BUILDS CITIES -
    4:30 PM to 6:00 PM The inaugural PEDTalks event will be celebrating International Women’s Day with guest speaker Leslie Woo, Chief Planning Officer at Metrolinx. Leslie is an internationally celebrated City Builder. In addition to leading the planning team at Metrolinx, she is also the driving force behind She Builds Cities, a blog that showcases women leaders around the world who are transforming cities. Register to attend at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/she-builds-cities-inaugural-pedtalks-event-tickets-15693934982. Note that there are a limited number of seats in the Football Hall of Fame. This is a FREE event. Location:   Canadian Football Hall of Fame & Museum 58 Jackson Street West, Hamilton , Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Planning & Economic Development Department, City of Hamilton    Contact Info: southgatechurch@rogers.com    905-385-7444   www.eventbrite.com/e/she-builds-cities-inaugural-pedtalks-event-tickets-15693934
  • Mon Mar 9 2015
    OCCUPIED PALESTINE COMES TO MAC
    10:00 AM to 5:00 PM This is the main cultural event of the annual Israeli Apartheid Week at McMaster University. The free event will include a dabke workshop, spoken word artists, a showcase of Palestinian art, music, and traditional food. Location:   Atrium, McMaster University Student Centre, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Solidarity With Palestinian Human Rights    Contact Info: Lina Assi   assil@mcmaster.ca    416-854-9919   https://www.facebook.com/events/1023378821024194/   
  • Tue Mar 10 2015 to Tue Mar 24
    “EXPLORE YOUR COMMUNITY” ON-LINE AUCTION
    12:00 AM to 11:45 PM Bid on-line for restaurant gift certificates, planetarium show, art, entertainment, services, and more! www.StudentOpenCircles.com/auction Student Open Circles is a charitable organization that connects over 300 McMaster University students with weekly volunteer placements in the Hamilton community. We also engage students from diverse backgrounds in reflection about personal values, spirituality and social justice through weekly discussion groups and events. Location:   King St, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Student Open Circles    Contact Info: Amandeep Sawana   cva@mcmaster.ca    9055281221 x4   www.StudentOpenCircles.com/auction   
  • Tue Mar 10 2015 to Tue Mar 10
    UN REPORT LAUNCH & ANOTHER DROP SEMINAR
    6:00 PM to 8:30 PM This Another Drop event will feature the launch of the UN report, Putting Water and Energy at the Heart of Sustainable Development, a reception announcing a new partnership between UNU-INWEH and EPCOR, and a seminar presentation on the importance of meeting water and energy targets post-2015. Location:   McMaster Innovation Park, 175 Longwood Road South, Hamilton, L8P 0A1 Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info: United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH)   contact.inweh@unu.edu    (905) 667-5511   http://inweh.unu.edu   
  • Tue Mar 10 2015
    ISRAELI APARTHEID THROUGH THE EYES OF A PALESTINIAN AND AN ACCIDENTAL JEW
    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Uniquely Hamiltonian event. Khawla Ibrahim describes her family's struggle for survival under Israeli military occupation, while Robert Allison, adopted child of a Jewish family in Canada, describes his incredibly privileged status while travelling through Israel and the West Bank as a white Jew from North America. Location:   Chester New Hall, Room B107, McMaster U., Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Solidarity With Palestinian Human Rights    Contact Info: Lina Assi   assil@mcmaster.ca    416-854-9919   https://www.facebook.com/events/798857410207766/   
  • Wed Mar 11 2015
    "SOW JUSTICE, SOW LOVE: ECOLOGICAL FARMING LOCALLY AND IN GUATEMALA"
    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM St. Joseph's Social Justice Committee invites you to a presentation by and discussion with Alvaro Venturelli, Plan B Organic Farms, West Flamborough and Paul Lemieux / Barbara Bishop, Project Harvest, Guatemala Location:   Parish Hall, St. Joseph R.C. Church, HAMILTON, 260 Herkimer Street (corner Locke Street), Hamilton Region: Halton, Hamilton,   Sponsor: St. Joseph's Social Justice Committee    Contact Info: Gary Warner   warner@mcmaster.ca    905-928-1817   www.sjsj.ca/blog   
  • Thur Mar 12 2015
    HAMILTON PREMIERE OF FILM, "BORN IN GAZA"
    6:30 PM to 8:00 PM This brand new Palestinian film documents the lives of ten Palestinian children who live in the world's largest open air prison. Location:   room TBA, McMaster University, Hamilton, for location and tickets visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/798857410207766/ or e-mail sphrmcmaster@gmail.com Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Solidarity With Palestinian Human Rights    Contact Info: Lina Assi   assil@mcmaster.ca    416-854-9919   https://www.facebook.com/events/798857410207766/   
  • Mon Mar 16 2015 to Fri Mar 20
    PRINTED MATTERS! MARCH BREAK CAMP AT THE WORKERS ARTS & HERITAGE CENTRE
    9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Join us at WAHC this March for a unique March Break Camp that gets kids making books, prints and printed matter with a focus on work, neighbourhoods, community and collaboration. Admission is $20 per day; admission for all five days of camp is $100. Snacks and lunch will be provided by WAHC. Fully subsidized spots are available—no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Location:   51 Stuart Street, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info: Tara Bursey   tara@wahc-museum.ca    905-522-3003 ex. 29   http://wahc-museum.ca/event/printed-matters-march-break-camp-kids-pa-days-wahc/   
  • Mon Mar 23 2015
    2015 TRANSPORTATION SUMMIT
    8:30 AM to 4:30 PM An informative and engaging event themed around Cycling Infrastructure and Programs and the ongoing Hamilton’s Transportation Master Plan Review and Update. Details about registration and the conference will be available soon. The City of Hamilton will be working with the Share the Road Cycling Coalition, Lura Consulting and various community partners, to deliver the summit program. Location:   Art Gallery of Hamilton. Summers Lane, Hamilton, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: City of Hamilton    Contact Info:    www.hamilton.ca
  • Mon Mar 23 2015 to Mon Mar 23
    HAMILTON 2015 TRANSPORTATION SUMMIT
    8:30 AM to 4:30 PM This event is planned to be an enlightening, informative and engaging event themed around the review of Hamilton’s Transportation Master Plan and Cycling Infrastructure and Programs. Help us plan the future of our transportation network! The Summit includes: • Multiple engaging breakout sessions • Breakfast, lunch and refreshments • SoBi and Cycling Infrastructure Tour • Presentations from renowned keynote speakers Location:   123 King Street West, Hamilton, ON, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: City of Hamilton    Contact Info: Vikram Hardatt   stdstpla2@hamilton.ca    905-546-2424 ext. 2553   https://gettingtogold2015.eventbrite.ca   
  • Thur Mar 26 2015 to Thur Mar 26
    BEE NEST BOX BUILDING WORKSHOP
    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Build your own bee nest and help improve habitat for pollinators in the Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System. Participants will also learn about gardening with native plants to ensure the pollinators have the food they need. This workshop is free, but registration is required. To register, please contact Kent Rundle. Location:   RBG Centre, Burlington, Region: Halton, Hamilton,   Sponsor: Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System    Contact Info: Kent Rundle   krundle@hrca.on.ca    905.336.1158 ext. 2319   http://www.cootestoescarpmentpark.ca/event/details/default/bee-nest-box-building   
  • Tue Mar 31 2015
    STATE OF THE AIR REPORT
    6:30 0 to 9:none 0 Join the Conserver Society at our Annual General Meeting. Dennis Corr will present on Hamilton's air quality, followed by an Irish music jam and free refreshments and snacks, and stay for the Irish music jam! All are welcome. Guest speaker Denis Corr will be presenting about the history and present state of air quality in Hamilton, and where we are heading in the future. Denis will touch on topics such as school outreach, mapping, and electric cars. Location:   Corktown Pub, 175 Young St., Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Conserver Society    Contact Info:    905 540-8787 x 155  
  • Tue Apr 7 2015
    ECONOMIC LITERACY FOR ENGO LEADERS AND ALLIES
    1:00 PM to 4:30 PM Environment and Literacy Project An Economic Literacy Project (ELP) for the Environmental Community: Helping to Build a Smarter and Sustainable Economy The Economic Literacy Project (ELP) centres on training and knowledge building that supports the development of a smarter and sustainable economy. The training program consists of a series of six, ½ day training workshops this spring at the Centre for Social Innovation – Spadina in Toronto that will build ENGO capacity by increasing knowledge and understanding of economic concepts and their role in supporting a green economy. This combination of classroom training, information sharing and convening is designed to provide a pulse of capacity building to environmental leaders and affiliated partners and allies. The training stream takes a case-based approach to address key economic concepts, their assumptions, key measures and gaps, and their strengths and limitations. Location:   215 Spadina Ave. Suite 120, Toronto, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Sustainability Network, Ivey Foundation    Contact Info: Paul Bubelis   paul@sustainabilitynetwork.ca    416-324-2792   http://sustainabilitynetwork.ca/economic-literacy-project/   
  • Fri Apr 14 2015
    INNOWEAVE - DEVELOPMENTAL EVALUATION WORKSHOP
    8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Leadership teams of 3-4 will be taught to understand the purpose and major characteristics of developmental evaluation. Facilitator Jamie Gamble, Imprint Consulting, will help them apply this to their work, learning to: • Understand developmental evaluation • Develop a preliminary evaluation scope of work (ESOW) • Identify preferences and possible next steps for developing a budget and securing an evaluator; • Develop a preliminary “risk” assessment and response plan; • Review appropriateness and readiness of developmental evaluation for their work. This workshop builds on the Innoweave Introduction to Developmental Evaluation webinar (view online prior to submitting your application for this workshop - deadline Tuesday, March 17). Space is limited. Cost: $300 per team For more info http://www.innoweave.ca/en/workshops/developmental-evaluation/548b0c1e-0e10-4e49-bdbb-7ccb45af278a Location:   215 Spadina Ave., Suite 128, Toronto, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:    www.innoweave.ca/en/workshops/developmental-evaluation/548b0c1e-0e10-4e49
  • Tue Apr 14 2015
    INNOWEAVE DEVELOPMENTAL EVALUATION WORKSHOP
    8:30 AM to 4:30 PM This workshop is designed to help leadership teams of 3-4 understand the purpose and major characteristics of developmental evaluation. The workshop will help the teams develop a plan for applying this module to their work. Applications are due by Tuesday, March 17th. Space is limited. Successful applicants will be notified by Tuesday, March 24th. • Cost: $300 per team Location:   215 Spadina Ave. Suite 120, Toronto, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Sustainability Network, Innoweave    Contact Info: Paul Bubelis   paul@sustainabilitynetwork.ca    416-324-2792   www.sustainabilitynetwork.ca   
  • Wed May 27 2015
    INNOWEAVE - SOCIAL ENTERPRISE WORKSHOP
    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:    www.innoweave.ca/en/workshops/social-enterprise/548b0f89-6d14-4333-9e22-0
  • Fri June 5 2015
    PA DAYS AT THE WORKERS ARTS & HERITAGE CENTRE
    9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Hear ye, hear ye! Come and spend a full day learning and making art that explores themes found in the art and artefacts inside our museum. For ages 6-12; admission for each PA Day session is $20 dollars. Snacks and lunch will be provided by WAHC. Fully subsidized spots are available—no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Friday, June 5th, 2015: Art Games. Inspired by historical games, kids will develop, workshop and play games they invent that combine art and sport. Location:   51 Stuart Street, Toronto, Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info: Tara Bursey   tara@wahc-museum.ca    905-522-3003 ex. 29   http://wahc-museum.ca/event/printed-matters-march-break-camp-kids-pa-days-wahc/   
  • Thur Jan 30 2014
    CROOKS HOLLOW: PAST AND PRESENT
    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Join us to learn about the history of Crooks Hollow and the recent Crooks Hollow dam removal project. Our guest speakers will be John Aikman (Manager, Educational Archives and Heritage Centre) and Hazel Breton (Manager, Water Resources Engineering, Hamilton Conservation Authority). Presentations will be followed by a question/answer period and refreshments will be provided. Seating is limited, please click on the following link to register. http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/crooks-hollow-past-and-present-registration-10084676539?aff=es2&rank=1&sid=0953350f7c6111e3a43c123139057c14 Please come early if you would like to check out the Dundas Museum and Archives! Location:   Dundas Museum and Archives, Dundas, Ontario, 139 Park Street West Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Bay Area Restoration Council    Contact Info:    hamiltonharbour.ca
 

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