Spring 2015 Durander Newsletter
Spring has sprung and with it a flurry of activity in the Durand. Read our latest newsletter to get all the information including:
Crime Manager’s Report
Durand Heritage Inventory
Duke and Bold Two-way Conversions
Opened BOD Meetings
Why Waterloo Region Chose LRT
Durand Ice Park
Mezcal – Tacos and Tequila
Hamilton Built Heritage Lecture
Wednesday April 15, 2015 at 6:30pm
95 King St. E. (Mills Hardware)
Join Catherine Nasmith at the annual Hamilton Built Heritage Lecture Series to discuss Main Street as Old Growth Forest and explore the value of rapidly disappearing Main Streets in North America.
RSVP to Janice Brown via email: email@example.com to reserve your seat!
100 in 1 Day Hamilton on June 6, 2015! Join us for a festival of citizen-driven action!
A dedicated team of Hamilton volunteers are working in collaboration to organize a city-wide event taking place on Saturday, June 6th
called 100in1Day Hamilton
. 100in1Day is a growing global movement that is changing how people interact with their cities. Originating in Bogotá, Colombia in 2012, it has encouraged hundreds of one-day community-based interventions in cities around the world. Interventions can include things like street art, urban gardens, beautification projects, social events, and improvements in city infrastructure, which are all being profiled on the same day in a city-wide festival. This year, Hamilton will be joining cities around the world including Toronto, Vancouver, and Halifax who will all be activating their communities on Saturday, June 6th
All across the city, people are invited to attend workshops to develop their 100 in 1 Day interventions—from idea to execution. This workshop process is meant to inspire generative, creative and reflective urban interventions, and for you to share your ideas for making your city a better place to live. Find a schedule of these free workshops online at hamilton.100in1day.ca/#events
Hamilton Bikeshare is fully launched