As many already have found, the bridge on the Chedoke multi-use trail has been closed lately. Staff report that work on the bridge is scheduled to start this week and should be completed by January 6, 2012, weather permitting. Note that additional channel/bank stabilization work will be completed at a later date.
The McMaster Innovation Park presents: 7th Art in the Workplace Exhibit
Thursday, December 8th 7:00pm to 9:00pm
The Atrium @ MIP ~ 175 Longwood Rd S., Hamilton
Join us for Wine & Cheese, and a chance to meet the artists, friends, the AWP Committee, MIP staff and tenants.
Please note that beverages are available for $4.00 ea.
The KNA now has a facebook page:
This a great way for us to get information to everyone, so why not add your name?
The Hamilton Police service has provided us with the following pamphlet outlining steps to be taken should anyone go missing. It’s in printable format so feel free to create a copy to leave in the house!
Notice of important meeting
The Kirkendall Neigbourhood Association is holding a meeting to discuss crime issues in the neighbourhood on
Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 at 7 pm
Stanley Avenue Baptist church, corner Stanley & Locke
(use rear door off parking lot)
Kirkendall residents and business representatives
Are encouraged to attend
Presentation by officer S. Mahler
Of Hamilton Police crime prevention
To be followed by discussion of issues
For information call 905-308-9678
A Poster is also available
Bach Elgar Choir is pleased to present its 2011-2012 season
December 3rd – A Canadian Christmas Carol – Melrose United Church, 88 Homewood Ave., Hamilton
December 16th – Messiah – Melrose United Church, 88 Homewood Ave., Hamilton
February 25th – Light Opera Choruses Gala, Anshe Shalom Temple, 215 Cline Ave. N., Hamilton
May 11th – Mega-Vespers – Melrose United Church, 88 Homewood Ave., Hamilton
For performance details, visit http://www.bachelgar.com/.
For tickets or other information, contact info@BachElgar.com or call 905-527-5995.
City of Hamilton’s Official Holiday Lighting Ceremony
Featuring a free concert by FREEDOM TRAIN Friday, December 2, 2011 – 5:30 P.M. Gore Park – South Leg of King Street East between Hughson and James Streets
Watch downtown Hamilton come to light, featuring the City’s beautifully decorated tree in Gore Park. Enjoy a free concert, sample warm food and beverages, and feel the holiday spirit. There will be amusement rides for young children, and a “direct to the North Pole” mailbox for letters to Santa.
Locke Street Christmas Market
Every Saturday from November 19th to Dec 17th. 10am-5pm
Fenian Films, 211 Locke Street South
local arts and crafts, Christmas music, food and beverages
PLUS! vendors from the Locke Street Farmers’ Market. Jerry’s Berries will be selling frozen raspberries – while supplies last!