Red Tree Collective, in collaboration with Hamilton Dialogues and Pipeline Trail Hamilton presents the 4th annual DeLight Festival February 1st to 29th, 2020 A multi disciplinary festival with installations of visual art, poetry, sound and community art along the Pipeline Trail between London Street North and Strathearne Avenue. Hamilton’s Pipeline Trail is an urban walking path with …Continue reading "deLight Festival: Last Days of Ice and Snow"
Saturday is the annual Garden Day sales hosted by the Crown Point Garden Club in the parking lot of the Crown Point Community Church at 92 Ottawa Street North. There will be a selection of annuals, perennials, natives, vegetables and varieties for every taste as well as free compost and woodchips. It all begins at …Continue reading "Garden Day in Crown Point"
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Close your eyes for a moment and imagine one positive change that you would like to see in our community. Would it be something to do with the environment? Public art? Safe Streets? Transportation? Now imagine that for one day, you could implement a citizen-led action to work towards this change. What would you do? …Continue reading "June 1st is 100in1Day"
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Hamilton was the first city in Ontario to join the World Health Organization (WHO) Age Friendly Cities Project. This began our journey towards becoming a city for all ages, addressing the needs of our growing aging population–one that we expect to double in size over the next 10 years. The WHO defines age friendly …Continue reading "The best place for EVERYONE – ages 1 to 121"