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  • Wed May 25 2016 to Wed June 01
    SUPERCHARGE YOUR COMMUNICATION PLANNING
    9:00 AM to 3:00 PM A hands-on workshop series that will build your marketing and communication capacity. Two sessions, May 25 and June 1, for $149 each session. For more information: https://sustainabilitynetwork.ca/events/communications-workshops-spring-2016/ Location:   215 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Alterna Room, 4th floor Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Second Revolutions Communication and Sustainability Network    Contact Info: Paul Bubelis   paul@sustainabilitynetwork.ca    416-324-2792   www.sustainabilitynetwork.ca   

  • Thur May 26 2016
    GOOD SHEPHERD STEPS TO HEALTH CLASSIC
    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Celebrating mental health and exercise. Walk, Run, or Nordic Pole. 1km, 5km or 8km. Cost: $35 per adult (race and food). First 250 people registered get a race t-shirt. Children 10 and under $20 (race and food, no t-shirt). Collect $100 in pledges, race fee is waived. Each $20 raised in pledges receives a prize ticket. Location:   Hamilton Waterfront Pier 8, Discovery Drive, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info: Steps to Health   MLetourneau@gsch.ca    905-528-3655   goodshepherdcentres.ca/events   

  • Thur May 26 2016
    GOOD SHEPHERD STEPS TO HEALTH CLASSIC
    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Celebrating mental health and exercise. Walk, Run, or Nordic Pole. 1km, 5km or 8km. Cost: $35 per adult (race and food). First 250 people registered get a race t-shirt. Children 10 and under $20 (race and food, no t-shirt). Collect $100 in pledges, race fee is waived. Each $20 raised in pledges receives a prize ticket. Location:   Hamilton Waterfront Pier 8, Discovery Drive, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info: Steps to Health   MLetourneau@gsch.ca    905-528-3655   goodshepherdcentres.ca/events   

  • Sat May 28 2016
    GARDEN DAY - PLANT SWAP * COMPOST * RAIN BARRELS
    10:00 AM to 3:00 PM Summer is a pretty special time in Canada. A decade of working with children and coaching soccer taught us what it takes to make a full week of programming entertaining and active. We took what we loved about camp, and brought in the things we thought would make a difference. *PLANT SWAP & SALE *COMPOST PICKUP *RAIN BARRELS Master Gardeners on hand for selection and planting advice! Gardeners who donate plants (properly potted and labelled) get “swap” pricing: a discount equal to half the value of the plants you bring! Location:   Crown Point Community Church parking lot, 92 Ottawa N, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton,      Contact Info:    https://crownpointgardens.wordpress.com/garden-day-may-28-2016/

  • Sat May 28 2016
    THE CROWN POINT COMMUNITY PLANNING TEAM RAIN BARREL FUNDRAISER
    10:00 AM to 3:00 PM The Crown Point Community Planning Team is fundraising by selling rain barrels and rain barrel accessories at a low cost! Help them out and go green this summer with an eco-friendly rain barrel! Location:   92 Ottawa St. North, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Rainbarrel.ca    Contact Info: Leah Pomerantz   info@RainBarrelFundraising.com    9058761122   Rainbarrel.ca   

  • Sat May 28 2016
    BETHEL UNITED CHUCH RAINBARREL SALE FUNDRAISER
    9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Bethel United Church is fundraising by selling rain barrels and rain barrel accessories at a low cost! Help them out and go green this summer with an eco-friendly rain barrel! Location:   1742 Third Concession Rd., Port Colborne, Held at Bethel United Church. Region: Niagara   Sponsor: Rainbarrel.ca    Contact Info: Leah Pomerantz   info@RainBarrelFundraising.com    9058761122   Rainbarrel.ca   

  • Mon May 30 2016 to Mon May 30
    BIKE TO WORK DAY
    7:00 AM to 9:00 AM Join in the fun and celebrate Bike to Work Day 2016! Whether you are a seasoned cyclist or riding to work for the first time, you are invited to our annual celebration. This years event will include live music, food, hot beverages, prizes and other festivities. Ride in with one of the many group rides throughout the City and kick-off Bike Month in style. Register now at bikemonth.ca/biketoworkday to get your free tshirt and enter to win a free Norco Indie 4 Commuter Bike. Location:   City Hall (Forecourt), Hamilton, 71 Main Street West Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Cycle Hamilton, Smart Commute Hamilton    Contact Info: Chelsea    chelsea@sobihamilton.ca    289-768-2453   www.bikemonth.ca/biketoworkday   

  • Thur June 2 2016
    OPEN HOUSE RE ZONING FOR COMMERCIAL/MIXED USE AND LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT (LRT) AREAS (WARDS 1 TO 4)
    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM Presentation starts at 2:30pm (ANOTHER SESSION TAKES PLACE SAME DAY AT 6pm-8pm with presentation at 6:30pm) Attend an Open House for the proposed Commercial/Mixed Use and LRT Zones for Wards 1 to 4. WHY? • These Zones have been developed to implement the Urban Hamilton Official Plan; and • Learn about the benefits of the draft zones and provide your comments. These meetings will NOT include any information regarding the implementation or development of the LRT System. Location:   McMaster Innovation Park, 175 Longwood Road South, Conference Room 1, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: City of Hamilton    Contact Info:    www.hamilton.ca/LRTzoning.

  • Sat June 4 2016
    100IN1DAY HAMILTON
    6:00 AM to 11:45 PM 100In1Day is a global festival of civic engagement coming back to Hamilton on Saturday, June 4th, 2016!!! Imagine the possibilities for our city if hundreds of people united to participate in small initiatives to spark change. Share your vision for a better city. Join the movement today by submitting your intervention, participating in a workshop or helping to spread the word. Location:   Everywhere, Hamilton, Visit hamilton.100in1day.ca for more information and to register your intervention. Region: Hamilton,   Sponsor: Evergreen    Contact Info: 100In1Day team   100in1dayham@gmail.com    hamilton.100in1day.ca   

  • Mon June 6 2016
    VEGAN 101 COOKING CLASS
    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Join Beau Caza of Green Fork Nutrition as he walks you through the merits of living a vegan lifestyle and teach you how to develop a plant based diet that is satisfying, delicious and ensures you are meeting all of your macro and micro nutrient needs. During this two hour session, Beau will also teach you how to make some great vegan breakfast recipes and healthy snack options to keep you satisfied and full of energy all day long! The Casual Gourmet Kitchen is an interactive educational environment, demonstrative in nature with elements of hands on learning and always includes abundant sampling, tasting and fun! Register online at website below Location:   Casual Gourmet, 1027 King St. West, Hamilton, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara      Contact Info:    905-522-9398   www.casualgourmet.ca/#!classes/c1ddj

  • Sat June 11 2016
    GET OUT ON THE WATER
    11:00 AM to 4:00 PM This program by Ontario Sailing is part of the Shells and Sails program to entice people to visit participating sailing clubs to explore sailing, paddling, and rowing activities. Activities will focus on the Inner Basin with kayak and paddle board demos conducted by Adventure Attic, sailing demos by RHYC's Sail Training, Adult Sailing Demos using the Sailing School Sharks, and Able Sail with a new Access 303 and a Martin 16. The Martin 16 will be sporting the new sails donated by the Hamilton Port Authority. The Inner Basin will be a hive of activity! Location:   Royal Hamilton Yacht Club, 555 Bay St. N, Hamilton, Region: Hamilton,      Contact Info: Laura Cassian   laura.cassian@gmail.com    4168889877     

  • Sat June 11 2016
    REGIONAL FORUM ON CLIMATE JUSTICE & INDIGENOUS ALLYSHIP
    10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Climate protection is an opportunity to learn from and work as allies with First Nations – a significant way we can right the harm visited on these communities by religious entities. Keynote speakers at this event are Elder Myeengun Henry and Dr. Byron Williston. Cost $25 until May 20 then $35, including lunch and refreshments. Bus transportation from Hamilton can be added to your ticket for $20. Purchase tickets and find out more at http://tinyurl.com/allyshipforum/. Location:   Board and Senate Chambers, Wilfrid Laurier University, 75 University Ave. W., Waterloo, Region: Halton, Hamilton, Niagara   Sponsor: Faith & the Common Good    Contact Info: Lisa Seiler   network@faithcommongood.org    1-866-231-1877 ext. 105   http://greeningsacredspaces.net   

  • Sat June 18 2016
    GRAND DURAND GARDEN TOUR
    10:00 PM to 4:none PM “Hidden Gardens of Hamilton’s Historic Southwest” A Queen Anne Romanesque mansion, a turn of the century Victorian, a 19th century worker’s cottage, a 1902 Edwardian…..look behind the garden gates of some of Hamilton’s most historic homes. This self-directed tour with a map and garden guide with descriptions of our featured gardens allows guests a peak into 11 private gardens of some of the city’s most exclusive addresses including a rooftop garden with magnificent views of the city. See website for tickets and special offers. Location:   Various locations in SW of city (Durand Neighbourhood). , Hamilton, Ticket Pick up at Whitehern Museum on McNab Street (beside rear of City Hall)- various gardens in the neighbourhood Region: Halton, Hamilton,   Sponsor: Durand Neighbourhood Association    Contact Info: Janice Brown   chairgdgt2016@gmail.com    www.durandna.com   

 

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