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Our Greenbelt – Celebrating Wellington County and Waterloo Region

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We have experienced two incredible CELEBRATE OUR GREENBELT events. Read more and enjoy:

March 29, 2018 – A recap of our Guelph event is now online.

March 23, 2018snap’d Kitchener-Waterloo has event photos on their Facebook page

We have experienced two incredible CELEBRATE OUR GREENBELT events. Read more and enjoy:

March 29, 2018 – A recap of our Guelph event is now online.

March 23, 2018snap’d Kitchener-Waterloo has event photos on their Facebook page

March 22, 2018 – A recap of our Kitchener-Waterloo event is now online

March 21, 2018 – A\J’s Leah Gerber delves deeper into the issue of Greenbelt expansion into Waterloo Region in The Greenbelt is Growing

March 21, 2018 Event blog, with updates, links and other goodies

March 15, 2018Adventure Rooms has kindly offered up a prize pack for the Kitchener event (March 21st)

March 14, 2018 – Event updates: Door prizes include tickets to Hillside Festival, movie tickets from The Princess Cinema (Kitchener) and the Bookshelf (Guelph) and two Virtual Reality experience prize packages (from Ctrl V in Guelph and Mirage VR in Kitchener). We also have tickets to Eden Mills Writers Festival as prizes in Guelph.

March 13, 2018 – We are pleased to be announce that Abe Erb Brewery and Waterloo Brewing are kindly supporting the Kitchener event as ‘beer’ sponsors!

March 13, 2018 – Very pleased to announce that The Blurry Pickers and Justin Lacroix will be our musical guests/performers at both the Kitchener and Guelph events.

March 9, 2018 – Guelph event poster updated (see below)

March 9, 2018 – Read the Kitchener Press Release:

 

Here’s what we’re doing:

An evening that combines all of our favourite things: art & music, food & beverage, and  mingling with friends & colleagues! Alternatives Journal (A\J) and friends are throwing two incredible, impromptu celebratory events – one in Kitchener (March 21st) and one in Guelph (March 27th) – that bring artistry, nature and people together for an evening of greenbelt-inspired enchantment.

Wellington County & Waterloo Region contain a wealth of farmlands, forests, wetlands and other natural areas around our cities, towns and villages – and are in the Grand River Watershed. Amid the celebrations in bright spirit , we’ll be learning & sharing how those of us in urban and near-urban lands can and will support our waterways, agricultural lands, natural spaces and other important environmental areas.

KITCHENER event information

Co-presented with the help of Waterloo Region Environmental Network.  Graciously supported by Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation.

Date:  Wednesday, March 21, 2018 in downtown Kitchener

Time:  6PM to 9PM

Where:  283 Duke Street West, Suite 225 (The Co-Working Space). The Old Boehmer Box building on the Breithaupt Block

What:   Music by The Blurry Pickers and Justin Lacroix. Art by CD Good and friends. Food and beverages from your favourite local purveyors. People, friends and colleagues to lift your spirits. This is a party with music, art, food and beverages, all to celebrate our communities and the importance of  protecting the  priceless natural lands and waters that surround us.

Tickets:  This show has passed. It was fabulous! 

Click to download large event poster

GUELPH event information

Co-presented with the help of 10C and Hillside Festival.  Graciously supported by Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation.

Date:  Tuesday, March 27, 2018 in downtown Guelph

Time:   6PM to 9PM

Where:  42 Carden Street

What:   A party with music, art, food and beverages, all to celebrate our communities and the importance of  protecting the  priceless natural lands and waters that surround us.

Tickets: This show has passed. It was fabulous! 

   

Click on the poster to download

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Bring your enthusiasm, your thinking caps and/or your dancing shoes!

But do join us to discuss what an extension of the Greenbelt might look like in our communities.  Reminder: Cost is FREE but space is limited – so register now to download
your FREE Waterloo Region (Mar21) ticket here;
or your FREE Guleph (Mar27) ticket here.

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