Nature at McMaster Sunday Hike Series
10:00am Each hike starts at McMaster University
|3 MAR|| |
A Winter Evening by the Bay
6:30pm 555 Bay Street North, Hamilton
Join us for an evening by the Bay! Support youth environmental education and leadership programming across the Hamilton watershed. This annual event is an opportunity to share our passion for Hamilton Harbour and contribute to change locally. The evening includes a reception and cocktail party with light fare, cash bar, and live music. There will also be a silent auction and door prize. Together, we're bringing back the Bay!
Tickets are $30 per person and can be purchased online (http://bit.ly/2iBZnyG) OR by contacting the BARC office at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 905-527-7111.
|19 APR|| |
Storm Water Management in Aldershot
7:00pm East Plains United Church; 375 Plains Rd E. Burlington
This community seminar will offer insight into the special role and responsibility Aldershot has in managing storm water and its impact on Burlington Bay.
Featured speakers include:
Tys Theysmeyer, Head of Natural lands, Royal Botanical Gardens
Umar Malik, Stormwater Management Project Engineer, City of Burlington
|30 APR || |
The Water Ceremony
|The second Water Ceremony is on April 30th at sunset. Please come out and connect. This is a Ceremony for healing and restoring the Great Lakes, and the entire Great Lakes watershed. Visit thewaterceremony.org or Great Lakes Water Ceremony on Facebook for more info.|
|7 MAR|| |
Another Drop Lecture
7:00pm McMaster Innovation Park
|11 JUN || |
A Day On The Bridge
Noon - 11:00pm McQuesten High Level Bridge, York Blvd., Hamilton
A Day on the Bridge will be a once-in-a-lifetime event! This event is happening June 11th on the Thomas B. McQuesten High Level Bridge to promote and raise money for conservation in the Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System.
The organizing committee is currently accepting sponsorships for A Day on the Bridge. Raise your company’s profile as a champion in conservation at this unique fundraiser for the EcoPark System!