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Here is a listing of some events happening in the Ward. Please email us if you would like to have your event added.

  • Kirkendall Neighbourhood Strategy Discussion: Get Involved!

    Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 02:00 PM
    Melrose United Church in Hamilton, ON, Canada


    Come join us for a conversation on the key themes that emerged from community input over the last year – five major themes and a series of specific issues came up over and over again. Share your thoughts and ideas, tell us if something is missing or needs to be added, learn about the next steps, and how you can get involved.

    This meeting will also introduce plans for the HAAA Working Group as well as the Friendly Streets for Vision Zero audit of Kirkendall North.

    Register for the event

    Refreshments provided. Childcare available by request – Please email by Feb. 20th.

    To learn more about the themes and for more information visit:




  • How's the Weather? 3rd Annual Charity Dance Concert

    Sunday, March 01, 2020 at 03:00 PM
    Beth Jacob Synagogue in Hamilton, ON, Canada

    An afternoon of fun for a good cause, with music and dance performances, gourmet coffee and dessert, and craft sales by local vendors.

    Proceeds from this year’s concert will support Carole Anne’s Place.

    Please bring donations of menstrual and hygiene products for Purses for Margaret, which distributes them to those in need

    Tickets $15 Advance via Eventbrite, $20 at the door

    Doors open at 2:00 PM, Concert begins at 3:00 PM

    Featuring and Supported By:

    Aeris Korper; Alegria Dance Company; Canadian Dance Company; Centauri Summer Arts Camp; Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts; Hamilton Faith Communities in Action; Planted In Hamilton; Purses For Margaret; Mahasti- The Bellydance Emporium; No Hate in the Hammer; Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton; YWCA

    About Carole Anne's Place

    Operating out of the YWCA, Carole Anne’s Place bridges a gap in local community services by providing women experiencing homelessness with
    a safe place to sleep and stay out of the cold.

    To learn more about Carole Anne’s Place and homelessness in Hamilton, visit Carole Anne’s Place and

  • Designing Paradise: Eco-Design of McMaster’s West Campus

    Monday, March 09, 2020 at 02:00 PM
    McMaster University, Togo Salmon Hall, Room 114 in Hamilton, ON, Canada

    Students, faculty, staff and members of the public are invited to join us for a hands-on brainstorming session to reimagine an environmentally sustainable West Campus in Coldwater Creek Valley. This event is open to the public. NOTE: Please RSVP if you would like to participate in the charente:

    Designing Paradise

    Designing Paradise is a project to create an environmentally sustainable design for McMaster University’s West Campus, which is located in a significant watershed. Renowned landscape designer/artist Patricia Johanson will work in collaboration with campus researchers, community experts, students and members of the public to create an innovative new plan for this hitherto under-recognized campus and community resource.

    McMaster University sits on the Traditional Territories of the Mississauga and Haudenosaunee Nations, and within the lands protected by the “ Dish With One Spoon” wampum agreement. Most of West campus occupies a floodplain. Once a wetland habitat, West Campus now contains parking lots, baseball diamonds, a helicopter landing pad and outbuildings. The area’s unique natural gems such as Coldwater Creek, trails, diverse plant and animal species and other natural features are currently hidden from view. The site speaks directly to our colonial history as part of a fertile valley that formerly provided sustenance for Indigenous peoples in the region. Grassroots initiatives are already underway as faculty and students learn about this history and envision new possibilities for this land.

    Designing Paradise is a multi-faceted, interdisciplinary project requiring input from diverse knowledge perspectives and extensive community consultation. Working with Patricia Johanson, we aim to achieve a first-class educational and research resource for the community and the university that will enhance a corridor connecting neighbouring green spaces. By collaborating with nature and respecting and working with the specifics of place, a sustainable and beautiful West campus is possible resulting in a Brighter World for decades to come.

    For more information click here.

  • Land & People / Climate & Plants

    Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 07:30 PM
    McMaster Innovation Park in Hamilton, ON, Canada

    The Crown Point Garden Club invites you to an evening of learning with Daniel Coleman and Lorraine Johnson. 

    For details visit 

    Proceeds go to Environment Hamilton