Sanctuary: A Cootes Paradise Writers Anthology, is a collection of poetry and short prose written by Cootes Paradise Writers, a collection of seasoned and aspiring writers attending a series of poetry workshops held at McMaster, and edited by long-time Westdale High School English teacher, Bob Spree.
When: Tuesday, June 25th at 7:00 PM
Where: David Braley Health Sciences Centre in downtown Hamilton (100 Main Street West), in the Bayview Room, which is on the 6th floor.
Coffee, tea and snacks will be provided.
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$200,000 has been allocated by the City for an art installation in Churchill Park (between the Aviary and Ravine Road). Six submissions were short-listed from 44 submissions by a citizen jury and now the City is accepting comments from the general public until April 7th ahead of the final selection.
You can submit your comments via an on-line survey (link below) or via email to Jen Anisef. Descriptions of the project are available in the survey and at the Westdale Library.
The City of Hamilton began a study of pedestrian, vehicle and cyclist traffic in Westdale in the Spring of 2018, using funds from the Ward 1 area-rating funds allocated by pubic voting.
There was a Public Information Consultation at St. George’s Church in June, 2018 and on March 4th a draft of recommendations was presented to AWWCA members at our monthly board meeting.
Click here to see an overview and two maps: the first shows problems identified by residents and studies of accident reports, speed and volume records, and walkabouts; the second show a draft recommendation of possible solutions.
Comments may be sent to Bryan Purins, City of Hamilton Traffic-Safety Technologist, until Monday March 11th.
A second PIC will be held in Westdale in April or May.
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The City of Hamilton is seeking professional Artists or Artist-Led Teams to create a permanent Public Art work(s) to be located along a new path in the western section of Churchill Park, also known as the Royal Botanical Gardens Teaching Garden. Artists are asked to propose art works that will speak to themes related to Human Rights and the legacy of great humanitarians such as Raoul Wallenberg, who saved over 100,000 Jews from the Holocaust.
Artists will be selected by a citizen Jury through a two-stage process involving a written statement of approach and qualifications followed by submission of a detailed proposal by selected Artists.
Short-listed Artists completing a Stage 2 submission will receive a $1200 honorarium.
NOVEMBER 22, 2018 AT 3:00 PM
Artist Information Meeting: Thursday October 18, 2018, 7 PM Westdale Library (Program Room) – 955 King Street West, Hamilton. Artists are invited to view a presentation on the adjudication process and submission requirements and ask questions.This is not a mandatory meeting.
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The Strathcona Community Council is hosting a Ward 1 Candidates Forum on Tuesday, October 16th from 7 to 9 pm at The Hamilton Christian Fellowship church (HCF), 135 Strathcona St. N. (at Corner of Tom st.).
“This is a chance meet all the candidates and learn more about their individual platforms,” says SCC President Dominic Sorbara. All are invited.
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