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Mar
23
Sat
2019
First Steps to Improving your Home
Mar 23 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

What can easily be improved/renovated when first buying a home? Buying a home can be a overwhelming experience, even if you’ve bought one before. Let our Home Energy Coach guide you in renovations and improvements that you can do right now to make your home more comfortable and money-saving. Get some ideas of what works and what the most cost-effective methods for your home are.
Presentation: 1:30 p.m.
Q&A: 2:00 p.m.
Reep Open House & Full Tour: 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.

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Presenter
Phillip Drader, Registered Energy Advisor

Philip Drader is Reep’s Energy Coach and has conducted countless workshops for homeowners on a wide range of topics to help them make their home more energy efficient, and steering them towards good products and companies.
The Reep House

Reep House for Sustainable Living is Reep Green Solution’s LEED® Platinum certified demonstration home and education centre. This smart-insulated, water-wise century brick home is located at 20 Mill Street downtown Kitchener. Come see all the money-saving measures and practical tips you cna use in your own home!

Transportation
We encourage the use of active transportation such as walking or biking. The house is just off the Iron Horse Trail. It is also easily accessible by GRT bus routes that use Queen and have stops near Mill St. If you drive, please consider carpooling with others you know are attending.
Parking
You are welcome to use Schneider Ave or David Street parking. The Victoria Park Pavilion parking lot is also free to use and only a few minutes walk to the Reep House. Please do not park at the Schneider Haus or Mitchell St lots (click to enlarge map)

Mar
25
Mon
2019
Open House for Climate and Energy Action Plan (SLC) @ SLC
Mar 25 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The University of Waterloo invites you to share thoughts and ideas on how the campus can become carbon neutral by 2050. This is one of four Open Houses where all members of the University community are encouraged to provide input.

The Open Houses will display relevant information about the development of Waterloo’s first ever Climate and Energy Action Plan, key stats and data, and provide an opportunity for thoughts, comments, and to indicate areas of importance and concern.

These consultations are facilitated by the Sustainability Office on behalf of the Climate and Energy Working Group of the President’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability

Background

Waterloo is in the process of developing the first ever Climate and Energy Action Plan for the campus. This came about through two commitments:

Waterloo’s Environmental Sustainability Strategy commits the University to develop by the end of 2019 an action plan to become carbon neutral by 2050
Waterloo supported a Council of Ontario Universities joint commitment to develop a roadmap to a low carbon campus by the end of 2019

Development of the plan also supports Waterloo’s legal compliance requirements for energy conservation and reporting.

Progress to date

Winter 2018: Formed the Climate and Energy Working Group of the President’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability
Spring 2018: Conducted interviews with other campuses and researched sector approaches and best practices
Fall 2018: Developed baseline information and updated emissions inventory; Identified important technical pathways to reach carbon neutral
Winter 2019: Began discussions with key stakeholders and initiating public consultations
Next Steps

Public feedback will be reviewed throughout April 2019 and integrated into the proposed plans as appropriate.
The Climate and Energy Working Group is also developing technical feasibility studies to more accurately scope projects and emissions reductions opportunities.
The final Climate and Energy Action Plan is scheduled for release in Fall 2019.

Mar
26
Tue
2019
Open House for Climate and Energy Action Plan (DC) @ DC
Mar 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The University of Waterloo invites you to share thoughts and ideas on how the campus can become carbon neutral by 2050. This is one of four Open Houses where all members of the University community are encouraged to provide input.

The Open Houses will display relevant information about the development of Waterloo’s first ever Climate and Energy Action Plan, key stats and data, and provide an opportunity for thoughts, comments, and to indicate areas of importance and concern.

These consultations are facilitated by the Sustainability Office on behalf of the Climate and Energy Working Group of the President’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability

Background

Waterloo is in the process of developing the first ever Climate and Energy Action Plan for the campus. This came about through two commitments:

Waterloo’s Environmental Sustainability Strategy commits the University to develop by the end of 2019 an action plan to become carbon neutral by 2050
Waterloo supported a Council of Ontario Universities joint commitment to develop a roadmap to a low carbon campus by the end of 2019

Development of the plan also supports Waterloo’s legal compliance requirements for energy conservation and reporting.

Progress to date

Winter 2018: Formed the Climate and Energy Working Group of the President’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability
Spring 2018: Conducted interviews with other campuses and researched sector approaches and best practices
Fall 2018: Developed baseline information and updated emissions inventory; Identified important technical pathways to reach carbon neutral
Winter 2019: Began discussions with key stakeholders and initiating public consultations
Next Steps

Public feedback will be reviewed throughout April 2019 and integrated into the proposed plans as appropriate.
The Climate and Energy Working Group is also developing technical feasibility studies to more accurately scope projects and emissions reductions opportunities.
The final Climate and Energy Action Plan is scheduled for release in Fall 2019.

Mar
27
Wed
2019
Open House for Climate and Energy Action Plan (EV3) @ EV3
Mar 27 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The University of Waterloo invites you to share thoughts and ideas on how the campus can become carbon neutral by 2050. This is one of four Open Houses where all members of the University community are encouraged to provide input.

The Open Houses will display relevant information about the development of Waterloo’s first ever Climate and Energy Action Plan, key stats and data, and provide an opportunity for thoughts, comments, and to indicate areas of importance and concern.

These consultations are facilitated by the Sustainability Office on behalf of the Climate and Energy Working Group of the President’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability

Background

Waterloo is in the process of developing the first ever Climate and Energy Action Plan for the campus. This came about through two commitments:

Waterloo’s Environmental Sustainability Strategy commits the University to develop by the end of 2019 an action plan to become carbon neutral by 2050
Waterloo supported a Council of Ontario Universities joint commitment to develop a roadmap to a low carbon campus by the end of 2019

Development of the plan also supports Waterloo’s legal compliance requirements for energy conservation and reporting.

Progress to date

Winter 2018: Formed the Climate and Energy Working Group of the President’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability
Spring 2018: Conducted interviews with other campuses and researched sector approaches and best practices
Fall 2018: Developed baseline information and updated emissions inventory; Identified important technical pathways to reach carbon neutral
Winter 2019: Began discussions with key stakeholders and initiating public consultations
Next Steps

Public feedback will be reviewed throughout April 2019 and integrated into the proposed plans as appropriate.
The Climate and Energy Working Group is also developing technical feasibility studies to more accurately scope projects and emissions reductions opportunities.
The final Climate and Energy Action Plan is scheduled for release in Fall 2019.

Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Mar 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Mar
29
Fri
2019
Open House for Climate and Energy Action Plan (DP) @ LIB
Mar 29 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

The University of Waterloo invites you to share thoughts and ideas on how the campus can become carbon neutral by 2050. This is one of four Open Houses where all members of the University community are encouraged to provide input.

The Open Houses will display relevant information about the development of Waterloo’s first ever Climate and Energy Action Plan, key stats and data, and provide an opportunity for thoughts, comments, and to indicate areas of importance and concern.

These consultations are facilitated by the Sustainability Office on behalf of the Climate and Energy Working Group of the President’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability

Background

Waterloo is in the process of developing the first ever Climate and Energy Action Plan for the campus. This came about through two commitments:

Waterloo’s Environmental Sustainability Strategy commits the University to develop by the end of 2019 an action plan to become carbon neutral by 2050
Waterloo supported a Council of Ontario Universities joint commitment to develop a roadmap to a low carbon campus by the end of 2019

Development of the plan also supports Waterloo’s legal compliance requirements for energy conservation and reporting.

Progress to date

Winter 2018: Formed the Climate and Energy Working Group of the President’s Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability
Spring 2018: Conducted interviews with other campuses and researched sector approaches and best practices
Fall 2018: Developed baseline information and updated emissions inventory; Identified important technical pathways to reach carbon neutral
Winter 2019: Began discussions with key stakeholders and initiating public consultations
Next Steps

Public feedback will be reviewed throughout April 2019 and integrated into the proposed plans as appropriate.
The Climate and Energy Working Group is also developing technical feasibility studies to more accurately scope projects and emissions reductions opportunities.
The final Climate and Energy Action Plan is scheduled for release in Fall 2019.

Apr
5
Fri
2019
#FridaysForFuture Climate Strike @ Waterloo City Hall
Apr 5 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Greta Thunberg in front of a crowd of people

This event is dedicated to building a youth voice to speak up for climate action in solidarity with Greta Thunberg and other young people across the world.

Join us on FRIDAY, MARCH 1st from 12.30 to 1:30pm (and Friday, March 15th in solidarity with a worldwide climate strike) outside of MP Bardish Chagger’s office / Waterloo City Hall at 100 Regina Street in Uptown Waterloo. Map The focus will be on youth, but all are welcome.

Kitchener-Waterloo Climate Save, RISE for Climate Waterloo, Divest Waterloo, and the local chapters of Citizens’ Climate Lobby and 350.org would like to facilitate and support youth climate strikes in our region … for their future.

This event will be held the 1st Friday of every month.
Upcoming Schedule:
March 1st
March 15th
April 5th
May 3rd

Fridays for Future Climate Strike: Kitchener-Waterloo | Facebook

Apr
6
Sat
2019
Trees In The City: Growing Forests In The Concrete Jungle
Apr 6 @ 2:30 pm – 3:15 pm

Learn tips to protect, maintain and plant trees in your yard. Our city trees provide a wide variety of benefits to us from cleaning our air and water to improving our overall health. Trees and shrubs are also beneficial to pollinators and wildlife.
City trees face a variety of threats from Emerald Ash Borer to climate change. Presented by Patrick Gilbride from Reep Green Solutions. Hosted by Preston Idea Exchange.
Date: Saturday, April 6
Time: 2:30 – 3:15pm
Cost: Free!
Registration:

Online: Please note an email address is required for online registration.
By phone: 519.653.3632
In person: Visit any Idea Exchange location to register.

Apr
13
Sat
2019
What’s Passive House Design? | Energy Efficiency, Comfort & Affordability
Apr 13 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Did you know buildings consume up to 40% of the global energy use and contribute up to 30% of the greenhouse gasses*? What do the houses of tomorrow that positively impact the environment look like? Join us in this talk to learn more about the housing of tomorrow!
What is Passive House?
Passive house (PH) is a building standard that achieves very high energy efficiency, high levels of comfort, high air quality with simple design and at an affordable cost! It began in 1990 and now with over 50,000 passive house designs built, PH has become the fastest growing near net zero standard worldwide.
With Germany, Belgium and Scotland and most recently British Columbia adopting PH as their standard, it is quickly becoming the new normal. The 5 Passive House principles are thermal bridge free design, high efficient windows, ventilation with efficient heat recovery, proper insulation and airtight construction.
* Source: Passive House Canada
 
Agenda
Date: Saturday, April 13 
Presentation: 1:30 p.m.
Q&A: 2:15 p.m.
Reep House for Sustainable Liviing | Open House: 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Grab your tickets! 
 
Brad Durant P.Eng, CPHD, REA

A professional Civil Engineer since 1989 Brad started Home Front Professional Home Inspections in 2003. Always an advocate for energy conservation, Brad and his family of four moved into an EnergyStar built home in 2013 and installed rooftop solar PV which generates 95% of the electricity they use. Brad has studied high efficiency home design including Energystar, LEED, Netzero, and Passive House.
Committed to home efficiency, Brad has obtained the Registered Energy Advisor designation through NRCan to help homeowners reduce their energy use and carbon footprint. Brad has also completed the difficult course and exam to become a Certified Passive House Designer (CPHD) from the Passive House Institute in Germany. Brad believes “We can do Better” and Passive House standard is the simplest and best method.
To learn more about Brad’s work on passive house, visit his website, Facebook, and LinkedIn!

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Transportation
We encourage the use of active transportation such as walking or biking. The house is just off the Iron Horse Trail. It is also easily accessible by GRT bus routes that use Queen and have stops near Mill St. If you drive, please consider carpooling with others you know are attending.
Parking
You are welcome to use Schneider Ave or David Street parking. The Victoria Park Pavilion parking lot is also free to use and only a few minutes walk to the Reep House. Please do not park at the Schneider Haus or Mitchell St lots (click to enlarge map)

Photo Notice
By your entry, you consent to the possibility of being included in the footage and to the purposes for which it may be used: to publicize the event taking place in this area and/or to promote Reep Green Solutions. Individual participants will not be identified without their consent. Reep Green Solutions has exclusive rights to and ownership of this multimedia footage. Speak with the staff/volunteers if you would like to opt-out of appearing in photo/video. Contact communications@reepgreen.ca if you have questions or concerns.

Apr
24
Wed
2019
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Apr 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Apr
27
Sat
2019
Cambridge Community Clean Up
Apr 27 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Cambridge City Green MeetUp
Saturday, April 27 at 9:00 AM

Hi everyone, It’s that time of year again, daylight savings time has changed making the days longer, I just saw a robin, the ice is melting, and the c…

Cambridge Community Clean Up

Saturday, Apr 27, 2019, 9:00 AM

No location yet.

2 be-the-change volunteers Attending

Hi everyone, It’s that time of year again, daylight savings time has changed making the days longer, I just saw a robin, the ice is melting, and the clouds in the sky look like the opening of a Simpsons episode…. IT’S SPRING !!!!!!!! Cambridge Community Clean Up Day is on Saturday April 27th from 9-12am Check out the poster for the six locations…

Check out this Meetup →

May
1
Wed
2019
Healthy Yards: Idea Spark 101 | RAIN Coach
May 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

These workshops will give you an introduction to designing beautiful, functional, and healthy yards that are rain smart and beneficial to nature and people alike. These workshops will focus on rain smart techniques and the best places to integrate them into your outdoor space, including:

rain gardens
naturalized landscaping
infiltration galleries
rainwater harvesting
permeable pavement
other aspects of healthy yards, such as attracting bees and butterflies

Workshop # 1: Healthy Yards 101 | Idea Spark

Presentation: 7:00 p.m.
Design Exercise: 7:20 – 9:00 p.m.

We will printout an aerial map of your property in advance. After a brief overview, you will be guided through the process of analyzing your property to determine what healthy yard features would work best for your space and lifestyle. We will sketch out your ideas to give you a sense of the size and scope of your project(s).
You will leave the workshop with a basic plan for your yard and additional resources to help implement your healthy yard project. The design sketch can help to facilitate discussion with a contractor or form the basis of the plan to do it yourself. If you want help developing a more detailed plan, register for the next workshop in the series Healthy Yards: Designing Your Garden.
Workshop # 2: Healthy Yards 201 | Planning

Presentation: 7:00 p.m.
Design Exercise: 7:20 – 9:00 p.m.

This workshop is perfect for Do-it-Yourselfers who have an early-stage plan for their healthy yard and desire additional design support to fulfill their vision. We will build upon the concepts and principles learned in Healthy Yards: Idea Spark & Planning and guide you through a more detailed design for your healthy yard project.
The workshop will specifically focus on project planning and planting design for rain gardens and naturalized landscapes, including topics such as:

planting for year round interest
the best plants for rain gardens
materials calculations (i.e. compost, sand, mulch)

Participants will learn how to develop a design for a part (or all) of their yard and create a shopping list for plants and related materials required to implement the project successfully.
Come with a specific gardening project in mind, including its rough size and location. This could possibly be developed during the Healthy Yards: Idea Spark & Planning workshop. We will develop a more detailed drawing of your garden during the workshop to effectively determine the number of plants and other materials you will require, so knowledge of the dimensions, sun exposure, and soil conditions (wet, dry, or moist or sand, silt or clay) will be helpful.

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Presenter: Becca Robinson

Becca Robinson is the Principal Designer and Owner of Grow and Gather Design and is currently the RAIN Coach for REEP Green Solutions. Her practice of landscape architecture centres around the creation of places that promote and celebrate the benefits of interacting with nature.
She has been the landscape designer for prestigious projects such as Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre, a City of Edinburgh park adjacent to the Holyrood Palace (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge (DRIWR). She has a Masters of Landscape Architecture from University of Michigan and a B.S. in Environmental Science from University of North Carolina.
Funder and Partner Acknowledgement
We would like to acknowledge our project partners, the City of Kitchener, Partners for Action from the University of Waterloo, and Green Communities Canada.
This project is funded through a donation from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) that supports projects that contribute to healthy and vibrant Ontario communities.

May
3
Fri
2019
#FridaysForFuture Climate Strike @ Waterloo City Hall
May 3 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Greta Thunberg in front of a crowd of people

This event is dedicated to building a youth voice to speak up for climate action in solidarity with Greta Thunberg and other young people across the world.

Join us on FRIDAY, MARCH 1st from 12.30 to 1:30pm (and Friday, March 15th in solidarity with a worldwide climate strike) outside of MP Bardish Chagger’s office / Waterloo City Hall at 100 Regina Street in Uptown Waterloo. Map The focus will be on youth, but all are welcome.

Kitchener-Waterloo Climate Save, RISE for Climate Waterloo, Divest Waterloo, and the local chapters of Citizens’ Climate Lobby and 350.org would like to facilitate and support youth climate strikes in our region … for their future.

This event will be held the 1st Friday of every month.
Upcoming Schedule:
March 1st
March 15th
April 5th
May 3rd

Fridays for Future Climate Strike: Kitchener-Waterloo | Facebook

May
8
Wed
2019
Healthy Yards: Planning 201 | RAIN Coach
May 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

These workshops will give you an introduction to designing beautiful, functional, and healthy yards that are rain smart and beneficial to nature and people alike. These workshops will focus on rain smart techniques and the best places to integrate them into your outdoor space, including:

rain gardens
naturalized landscaping
infiltration galleries
rainwater harvesting
permeable pavement
other aspects of healthy yards, such as attracting bees and butterflies

Workshop # 1: Healthy Yards 101 | Idea Spark

Presentation: 7:00 p.m.
Design Exercise: 7:20 – 9:00 p.m.

We will printout an aerial map of your property in advance. After a brief overview, you will be guided through the process of analyzing your property to determine what healthy yard features would work best for your space and lifestyle. We will sketch out your ideas to give you a sense of the size and scope of your project(s).
You will leave the workshop with a basic plan for your yard and additional resources to help implement your healthy yard project. The design sketch can help to facilitate discussion with a contractor or form the basis of the plan to do it yourself. If you want help developing a more detailed plan, register for the next workshop in the series Healthy Yards: Designing Your Garden.
Workshop # 2: Healthy Yards 201 | Planning

Presentation: 7:00 p.m.
Design Exercise: 7:20 – 9:00 p.m.

This workshop is perfect for Do-it-Yourselfers who have an early-stage plan for their healthy yard and desire additional design support to fulfill their vision. We will build upon the concepts and principles learned in Healthy Yards: Idea Spark & Planning and guide you through a more detailed design for your healthy yard project.
The workshop will specifically focus on project planning and planting design for rain gardens and naturalized landscapes, including topics such as:

planting for year round interest
the best plants for rain gardens
materials calculations (i.e. compost, sand, mulch)

Participants will learn how to develop a design for a part (or all) of their yard and create a shopping list for plants and related materials required to implement the project successfully.
Come with a specific gardening project in mind, including its rough size and location. This could possibly be developed during the Healthy Yards: Idea Spark & Planning workshop. We will develop a more detailed drawing of your garden during the workshop to effectively determine the number of plants and other materials you will require, so knowledge of the dimensions, sun exposure, and soil conditions (wet, dry, or moist or sand, silt or clay) will be helpful.

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Presenter: Becca Robinson

Becca Robinson is the Principal Designer and Owner of Grow and Gather Design and is currently the RAIN Coach for REEP Green Solutions. Her practice of landscape architecture centres around the creation of places that promote and celebrate the benefits of interacting with nature.
She has been the landscape designer for prestigious projects such as Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre, a City of Edinburgh park adjacent to the Holyrood Palace (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge (DRIWR). She has a Masters of Landscape Architecture from University of Michigan and a B.S. in Environmental Science from University of North Carolina.
Funder and Partner Acknowledgement
We would like to acknowledge our project partners, the City of Kitchener, Partners for Action from the University of Waterloo, and Green Communities Canada.
This project is funded through a donation from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) that supports projects that contribute to healthy and vibrant Ontario communities.

May
22
Wed
2019
Engaging Economies of Change @ Balsillie School of International Affairs, CIGI Campus
May 22 – May 25 all-day

Engaging Economies of Change

Canadian Society for Ecological Economics
12th Biennial Conference

Climate change, resource scarcity, deepening inequalities, volatile geo-politics and growing economic instability all threaten our wellbeing, now and in the future. These challenges require interdisciplinary economics research that is informed by real-world situations and creates useful solutions. This conference will explore the relationship between the economy, the environment and social justice in order to advance policy-relevant alternative economic models. The theme recognizes that many solutions already exist, and need to be understood and replicated. To accomplish this, partnerships between academics and front-line practitioners will be emphasized.

Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
May 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Jun
26
Wed
2019
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Jun 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Aug
28
Wed
2019
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Aug 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Sep
21
Sat
2019
Doors Open Waterloo Region — @DoorsOpenWR
Sep 21 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Doors Open Waterloo Region

Event: Doors Open Waterloo Region

When: Saturday, September 21, 2019, most sites open 10-5.

What: FREE architecture, heritage and tech open house event.   Discover the secret places of Waterloo Region!  

Cost: Free admission!

 

Extras! children’s activities, music, drama presentations, walking tours and other special events (check our website www.regionofwaterloo.ca/doorsopen ).  

For more information: Pick up the 2019 map & guide at libraries, museums and tourism offices across Waterloo Region from August to September, or on our website.

www.regionofwaterloo.ca/doorsopen +1–519–747–5139, doorsopen@regionofwaterloo.ca

Social media:

Jane Snyder & Karl Kessler
Doors Open Waterloo Region 2019

Saturday, 21 September 2019

10 a.m.- 5 p.m. at most sites

• Free heritage and architecture open house event • Free activities and performances • Special children’s programming •

Sep
25
Wed
2019
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Oct
23
Wed
2019
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Oct 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Nov
27
Wed
2019
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Nov 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Jan
22
Wed
2020
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Jan 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Feb
26
Wed
2020
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Feb 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com

Mar
25
Wed
2020
Nith Valley Ecoboosters Monthly Meeting
Mar 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Nith Valley Ecoboosters The Nith Valley Ecoboosters are committed to achieving and supporting a long-term healthy environment in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships through

  • education
  • action
  • and collaboration.

Please join us

7:00pm on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

For more information,
Contact: +1-519-662-9372
E-mail: nvecoboosters@gmail.com