The Kirkendall Neighbourhood Association
invites all nieghbours to a
Thursday March 31st, 2011 at 7 PM
Stanley Avenue Baptist Church (enter by rear door from parking lot)
The agenda will include:
- The need for a pedestrian crossing at Kent and Aberdeen
- Important Changes at McMaster University Medical Centre
- Question and Answer Period with Councillor Brian McHattie
The City is asking for input on the 2010 Muncipal election (not the results J) but rather your experiences at your polling location (we are aware that there were several glitches this time).
Please visit http://www.hamilton.ca/election2010 and click on “Municipal Election Evaluations 2010″ to access the form. You can either print the form and mail or deliver it to:
Office of the City Clerk
Attn.: Manager of Elections/Print and Mail
71 Main Street West – 1st Floor
Saturday, March 19, 1 to 5 pm & 7 pm
Cake+Loaf Bakery will be hosting a celebration of local food and live music, supporting the Juravinski Cancer Centre and Cake+Loaf Bakery.
There will be an afternoon bake sale with live acoustic music, children’s activities and entertainers, and an amateur cake decorating contest from 1pm-5pm on March 19th at Fenian Films on Locke Street South, followed at 7 pm by an evening concert featuring Rob Lamothe, The Beginning, The Maladies of Adam Stokes and others! Tickets for the evening concert are $10.
50% of all profits will go towards the Juravinski Cancer Centre and the remainder will assist in the construction of a retail location on Dundurn St. South for Cake+Loaf Bakery.
Location: Fenian Films, 211 Locke Street South, Hamilton,
Cake & Loaf is an artisan bakery located in the Kirkendall neighbourhood. Visit http://cakeandloaf.ca/ for more information.
M. A. D. – CREATIVE ARTS SCHOOL, MARCH BREAK PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN 5 TO 12 YEARS
March 14-18th, 9am – 3:30pm (extended care available)
Location: 170 Dundurn St. South (First Unitarian Church)
Contact Info: Jude Johnson, 905-523-7142,
URBAN DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS: A POVERTY PRESCRIPTION FOR HAMILTON
Join University of Western Ontario researcher, Dr. Neil Bradford, University of Western Ontario as he explores neighbourhood transformation through “urban development agreements”–comprehensive strategies that bring together the resources of all levels of government, businesses and communities to transform neighbourhoods. Dr. Bradford takes stock of the possibilities for Hamilton. What could an urban development agreement do for us? And who needs a seat at the table?
WHEN: Tuesday, March 8th, 2011, Doors open at 6:30pm, Lecture at 7:00pm
WHERE: The Hamilton Spectator Auditorium, 44 Frid Street, Hamilton
Please RSVP: email@example.com
MORE INFORMATION: http://www.crunch.mcmaster.ca/events/current-events
Co-sponsored by: The Hamilton Spectator, Hamilton Community Foundation, Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton, McMaster-Community Poverty Initiative, McMaster University Social Sciences, CRUNCH