Author: Durand Neighbourhood Association - page 67

St Mark’s Good News Story

At the General Issues Committee meeting on Wednesday May 16, Council unanimously approved the following recommendations for St Mark’s Church  and the open space: That Tourism & Culture Division, in cooperation with the Portfolio Management Committee, complete the in-house feasibility study to operate St Mark’s as a cultural programming space to be administered by staff..

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DNA Takes Unsightly Fire Escape to Planning Committee

The DNA recently dealt with the issue of an unsightly fire escape at 130 Herkimer and appeared before the planning committee as a delegation on Tuesday May 15th. Please see the presentation and the subsequent article in the Hamilton Spectator. See the DNA’s delegation to the planning committee See the  article in the Hamilton Spectator  

Durand Park Spring Clean-Up Volunteers Needed

Spring has sprung and it is time to get to work on some spring cleaning. Our beautiful Durand Park is also in need of some sprucing up, so on Saturday May 26th the Durand Neighborhood Association is inviting Duranders to come out to Durand Park and help us beautify our park for the summer. Starting..

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Urgent need for Volunteers for Eco-Festival at Royal Botanical Gardens

There is an urgent need for Volunteers for the Tim Hortons Earth Day Eco-Festival at Royal Botanical Gardens. Your commitment can be ongoing or simply help us out on the day of an event. You can sit on one of our committees, help with administration, or help us plan and deliver one of our amazing..

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FREE Public Lecture – ON THE CUSP – Exploring the potential of Downtown Hamilton

FREE Public Lecture – Launch event for DOORS OPEN Hamilton 2012 ON THE CUSP: We’ve have been talking about the potential of Downtown Hamilton for years. What do we need to do today to realize it? Wednesday May 2, 2012, 7:00PM Hamilton Wentworth District School Board Building Auditorium 100 Main Street West at Bay Things..

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