Events and Meetings

Events coming up!


January 18 Manufacturing Territories
January 20 Conversation about the John Street Bridge
January 21 Pay What You Can Community Dinner
January 21 Land Trust Workshop 
March 17    Pathways Career Gala (rsvp February 1) 

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 Hamilton Industrial Environmental Association

HIEA CAP Meeting Notice
Please join us on Tuesday January 12th
from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

in the ArcelorMittal Dofasco Main Office Conference Room A
1330 Burlington Street East, Hamilton

Presentation topic:
PREPARING FOR THE NEW ONTARIO CAP-AND-TRADE SYSTEM
with
Sean Capstick from Golder Associates

Everyone is welcome but space is limited.
To assist us in planning our meetings we ask that you please register atcommunications@hiea.org if you plan on attending.

Contact Info:


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May 9 2015 - A busy Saturday! 

Chose one or do both!

*Bayview Park Clean up 10 am to Noon 
*Welcome Inn - Community Day and consultation 11:30 to Noon

April 21   7 p.m.

Hamilton Health Sciences
Community Engagement Session

Hamilton Health Sciences wants to hear from our community. Sit down with HHS leaders and provide input on hospital care and issues that matter most to you.

Join the conversation online:
Where: 
Bennetto Elementary School Gymnasium
When:
Tuesday, April 21 2015
7:00 p.m. - 9:30 pm

 

Wed Apr 22 2015

2015 HAMILTON ENVIRONMENTAL SUMMIT
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
The 3rd annual Hamilton Environmental Summit at the Royal Botanical Gardens

Location:   680 Plains Rd W, Burlington,

Region: Hamilton,  

 

Contact Info:    https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/hamiltons-environmental-summit-2015-at-the-royal-bot 

 

 April 24   8 a.m.

North End Community - What's Now, What's Next?

Sponsored by North Hamilton Community Health Centre

  
Exciting developments are happening in the North End -- it's time to talk about opportunities in and around our neighbourhood!

North Hamilton Community Health Centre and Hughson Street Baptist Church commissioned the Social Planning and Research Council to create a report on the current profile of the North End -- come out and hear what we've learned about housing, education, health status & more!

Following the SPRC's presentation on key findings from the Profile of North Hamilton, guests are invited to participate in a moderated discussion around the issues and opportunities related to "What's Next" in the North End.

Please note: Registration and a light continental breakfast begin at 8:00 am, with event to follow promptly at 8:30 am.

To register please click here.
Where: 
The Waterfront Banquet & Conference Centre
555 Bay Street North
Hamilton Ontario
When:
Friday April 24 
8:00 am - 11:00 am
 

POSTPONED: Saturday April 25 - A public meeting with the City of Hamilton, EvergreenCityWorks, and HCF - The Hamilton Community Foundation. 


The purpose of this meeting will be three-fold:

1) To co-create a strategy that attempts to align and coordinate community engagement with respect to future plans and initiatives in the West Harbour and to discuss next steps – “one-window”

2) To learn about City and community projects, plans and activities that have happened in the West Harbour as well as the projects and plans that are currently underway

3) To present and obtain community feedback on the work that Evergreen and PlanningAlliance have been conducting in the West Harbour and the next steps.

*There will be a facilitated discussion on  – Co-Creating a Strategy for Engagement for the West Harbour

PAN AM GAMES INFORMATION SESSION

Wednesday April 29 6 - 8 p.m.

Hamilton City Hall Council Chambers

Representatives from Toronto Pan Am Organizing committee, Ministry of Transportation,  and City of Hamilton are holding this information event.


Sat June 6 2015

100IN1DAY HAMILTON


100in1Day is a growing global movement that encourages hundreds of one-day community-based interventions in cities around the world with things like street art, urban gardens, beautification projects, social events, and improvements in city infrastructure all being profiled in a city-wide festival. This year, Hamilton will be joining cities around the world on Saturday, June 6.

Location:   City-Wide, Hamilton,


Sponsor: Evergreen  

Contact Info: 100in1dayHam@gmail.com    https://hamilton.100in1day.ca/ 

 

 






  Waterfront Redevelopment - A Civic Discussion

Mills Hardware - 95 King St. E.

Wednesday, 8 April 2015 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

 Bay Area Restoration Council Public Forum
This event will feature a conversation with experts from the City of Hamiton and two leading local design firms about the current state of planning for West Harbour redevelopment, the process for next steps, and successes being implemented in other urban waterfronts.

Keynote Address
Chris Phillips, Senior Advisor
Planning and Economic Development Department
City of Hamilton
Respondents
Graham McNally, Principal
Toms + McNally Design
toms-mcnally.ca
Paul Shaker, Principal
Civicplan
civicplan.ca

BARC website: http://www.hamiltonharbour.ca/index.php?page=index&p=events_at_a_glance





Open House January 29, 2015



Meet your neighbours, discuss local issues




         On Thursday January 29th, drop in to the
North End Neighbours' first open house of 2015  
at St. Luke's Church (454 John St. N).





From 7 to 9 pm we invite all North End residents to enjoy light refreshments and discuss local issues with other interested neighbours. 
Members of the NEN Board of Directors will facilitate a variety of constructive discussions in a friendly and respectful atmosphere. 





Topics will include:

West Harbour development

Participatory budgeting for Ward 2

Traffic plans and noise concerns

Parks, schools and community land trust updates





The event is free, and we will also be collecting
                        donations for the Children's Breakfast Club






Monthly Board Meetings

Member are welcome to attend Board Meetings.  Our regularly scheduled meetings are at Bennetto Recreation Centre but it is always good to check ahead Just In Case it is cancelled for some reason.

If there is an issue you need discussed, we recommend you contact us ahead of time to go on the agenda. otherwise it can go on New Business

Here is a list of the Board meeting dates for 2014 - 2015
 Agendas are usually finalized a couple of days before the meeting.
  • December 4, 2014
  • January  8,  2015
  • February 5, 2015
  • March 5, 2015
  • April 2, 2015    …. between April Fools and Good Friday
  • May 7, 2015
  • June 4, 2015
  • July 2, 2015    … we will probably have a conversation about whether we meet in July and August
  • August 6, 2015 
  • September 3, 2015
  • October 1, 2015

Bayview Park
Saturday October 4
8 a.m. - 12 noon


Bayview Park is at the Corner of Burlington West and MacNab N.

Bring muscles, trowells, and community Spirit.

Bayview Park is getting about $500 of plants!


Sunset Park
SUNDAY OCTOBER 5th DIG - 11a.m.
Providing that the City confirms the drawings for the garden design, we will be proceeding with the DIG on Sunday, October 5th from 11am to 3pm. We will have the trailer from Adopt-A-Park which will provide hand tools. We will have a couple of rototillers. The intention is to cut out the shape of the garden, remove all the topsoil, add healthy dirt and finally mulch it. We may move or add a few plants if we have time but our main goal is just to prep the garden. This will take a lot of people so we are hopeful that everyone can make it out. If possible, you can bring your own shovel, just to ensure that we don't run short.

We will really need you on the 5th. And please spread the word. We hope to have two or three dozen people as there will be lots of work to do.
Sunset Park is the corner of Bay Street North and Strachan across from Bayfront Park. 

AGM - Annual General Meeting

Tuesday October 7    6:30 p.m.

Waterfront Trust Theatre, Discovery Drive
(just past William's Fresh Cafe)

The NEN Annual General Meeting is October 7 at the Waterfront Trust Centre in the Theatre (old Discovery Centre)  6:30 pm
* NEN's Appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board about the proposed development on the Waterfront between MacNab and Hughson and the Approval of the Waterfront Master Plan. 
* Election of Board of Directors
* Treasurer's Report.
* Report of Bayview Park and Simcoe Tot Lot.

October 6 YWCA is an All candidates meeting from 7 - 9 pm 

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Easter Egg Hunt 2013

Saturday March 30 1:30
Jackie Washington Park



Photos from the Easter Egg Hunt 2012

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