Sat Oct 22 2016
TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES FAIR TRADE FESTIVAL
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Shop for handcrafted products from around the world, then enjoy lunch, supper or afternoon tea at the cafe. A wonderful opportunity to support both the local community and your global neighbours!
Location: Hamilton Mennonite Church, 143 Lower Horning RD, Hamilton,
Region: Halton, Hamilton,
Contact Info: www.tenthousandvillages.ca/festival/1857
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
Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara
Contact Info: http://climate101.ca/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=actionkit
Mon Oct 24 2016
HEALTHY EATING ON A BUDGET
6:30 AM to 8:30 PM
Community Food Advisors will provide a cooking demonstration and food tasting. Learn how to prepare nutritious and inexpensive meals.
Location: Hamilton Central Library, 55 York Blvd, 4th floor program room, Hamilton,
Contact Info: http://www.aidanjohnson.ca/healthy_eating_on_a_budget
Thur Oct 27 2016
WEST HARBOUR COMMUNITY CONVERSATION
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
You are invited to learn about and get involved in recent and upcoming projects and developments in the West Harbour area. City of Hamilton staff will be available to provide updates about the waterfront development project, gather input from community members, and hear concerns.
Location: Evergreen Community Storefront, 294 James St N, Hamilton,
Sponsor: City of Hamilton Contact Info: email@example.com 905-546-2424 ext. 2085 hamilton.ca/westharbour
Thur Oct 27 2016 to Thur Oct 27
OPEN HOUSE AND BAKE SALE FOR FESTIVALS OF LIGHT
12:30 PM to 6:00 PM
The Childrens International Learning Centre presents their annual Open House and Bake Sale for their Festivals of Light Programme!
Location: 189 King William St., Hamilton, Across from Theatre Aquarius
Sponsor: The Childrens International Learning Centre Contact Info: Lana Lowe firstname.lastname@example.org 905-529-8813
Sat Oct 29 2016
EXPLORE THE NEW BIGGAR LAGOONS WETLANDS, GRIMSBY
10:00 AM to 0:00 0
Visit this new public wildlife / birding area with your leader Bruce Mackenzie, Director of the Bird Studies Group in the Hamilton Naturalists' Club. See how a former sewage lagoon system has been changed into a constructed wetland and the possibilities that it holds for the future.
Take QEW to Fifty Rd, go north on Fifty Rd. to the North Service Rd. Go east on North Service Rd to Kelson Rd and turn left, go one small block and turn right onto Winston Rd and go east 1 km to Oaks Rd. Parking lot is on the north side of Winston Rd at Oaks.
Caution: There is a new stop sign on the North Service Rd just east of Fifty Rd.
Location: 647 Winston Rd, Grimsby,
Region: Hamilton, Niagara
Sponsor: Hamilton naturalists' club Contact Info: email@example.com 905-973-4869 hnc.ca
Thur Nov 10 2016
PED TALK - THE MASTERING OF A MUSIC CITY
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
free event but you must register. Hamilton is well positioned to be recognized as a city of music and to grow these opportunities. Hamilton has led the way in Ontario by not only developing a music strategy, but also by engaging the industry and maintaining a positive dialogue between the music community and city hall; but, it takes fortitude and collaboration to forge a new path.
This next PEDTalk examines how local government leaders, staff and community champions can all play a supporting role in helping strengthen a city’s music scene.
Leading this discussion is Amy Terrill, a globally recognized expert in municipal music strategies, who will share some of the newest information from around the world, and to remind us of the value of a vibrant music scene and staying on course.
Location: Central Library, 55 York Blvd, Hamilton,
Sponsor: City of Hamilton's Planning and Economic Development Contact Info: www.eventbrite.com/e/the-mastering-of-a-music-city-tickets-28400131558
Sat Nov 12 2016 to Sat Nov 12
AN EVENING WITH GLEN SODERHOLM
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Well-known gospel, folk, Celtic singer-songwriter Glen Soderholm and company 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 165 Charlton Avenue West, Hamilton,
Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara
Sponsor: Central Presbyterian Church Contact Info: Church Office firstname.lastname@example.org 905-522-9098 www.cpchamilton.ca