Upcoming Events

September 9 2017
Tupper Secondary School tennis courts, Vancouver

Come out to Tupper Tennis Fest!

Date: Saturday 9 September (2017) (*)
Time: 1-3pm

Where: Tupper Secondary School Tennis Courts
Address: St. George Street, between east 22nd and 23rd Ave.

* weather permitting. This event will be rescheduled if the courts are wet.

Activities:

(1) Beginner group tennis clinics

- appropriate for (1) older kids/teens/adults (8 years and above) and (2) younger children (less than 8 years).
- clinics for both age groups will be offered at 1pm & 2pm (45 minutes).

August 27 2017

Remember
Where you came from.
Celebrate
With your neighbours in this beautiful place we are so blessed to call home.  Please join us to Look Forward To What the Future holds for us.
You are Invited
Saturday, August 26th
“Garry Point Around the World”
Please invite past Co-op members to share in the fun, food and fond memories. 
Please bring a favourite dish from your country, childhood or culture to share.
BYOB and BYOChair to the West End of the Co-op.
The Social Committee will provide hot dogs, hamburgers and ice tea.

August 24 2017
Kitsilano Neighbourhood House, 2305 W. 7th Ave

At this workshop, we will learn about wild native bees (including Mason bees and others). Then, we will all make and take home a wild bee house made with recycled materials. This workshop is free and the workshop materials as well as snacks will be provided.

September 14 2017
Douglas College, New Westminster

 

The goals:

  • To encourage ongoing citizen participation during and after elections
  • To create a platform for New Westminster citizens to come together and dialogue about democratic processes
  • To explore the various opportunities for citizen engagement

Format for this introductory interactive session:

  • Introductions
  • Why we are here
  • Context
  • Small group dialogue around focused questions

Sample questions, in groups of 4 or 5:

o What does democracy mean to you?

August 13 2017
Kitsilano Community Centre, 2690 Larch Street, Vancouver

Help transform an under-producing, root-bound garden bed into a nectar feast for the pollinator community and a visual feast for the human one. Visitors who drop by will have the chance, depending on the time they come by, to:
move existing plants, excavate soil and roots, lay landscaping fabric, return soil to the bed, sip herbal tea, meet surprise guests, and exchange ideas about gardening.

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