Join Growing Chefs! Ontario for this casual dining experience is designed to include the whole family!
Come meet others in our Growing Chefs! community, help raise funds for this amazing organization and celebrate your Sunday family dinner in our historic facility. Experience the creativity of our Growing Chefs! Team and enjoy a new menu each month based on the the freshest local ingredients!
WHAT TO EXPECT: A three-course, family-style casual dinner service, with local wine and beer available for purchase.
AGES: Open to all ages - bring the whole family!
TIME: Doors open at 5:30pm to grab a cocktail and get settled in your seats; group-seating dinner begins sharply at 6pm.
For more info and tickets: https://growingchefsontario.ca/blog/sundaysupper2020
See the AMAZING menu below:
See the event page on Facebook here.
Event image and description via Growing Chefs! Ontario.
Join Reimagine Co for their FREE "Zero Waste 101" workshop. Please note that this workshop will be held at Fanshawe College - Alumni Lecture Theatre instead of the shop.
Are you curious about Zero Waste and reducing your plastic use? We will be covering the basics of zero waste and how you can make small (or big!) changes to make less trash.
All are welcome - wherever you are on your zero waste journey! Bring your questions, your experiences, and an open mind.
Some Topics we will be covering include:
* What is zero waste? (hint: it's NOT about making "zero" garbage)
* Avoiding single-use plastics
* Simple first steps to make less waste
* Zero Waste on a budget
* and more!
We hope to see you there!
*** PLEASE reserve your spot using this link: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/zero-waste-101-how-to-live-plastic-free-fanshawe-college-tickets-89880313437
*** We have a limited number of seats for this workshop so please reserve your spot if you would like to attend!
We're bringing the community together to update everyone about the ongoing work to improve the Medway Creek watershed and how you can get involved!
5:30 pm - Doors open to view displays and talk to experts
7:00 - 8:30 pm - Presentations and discussions:
• Beavers & other wildlife in the Medway Creek watershed
• Planting trees for the future
• Projects aimed at reducing phosphorus in the creek
• What the Friends of Medway Creek have been up to
• How you can get involved
Event image and description via Upper Thames River Conservation Authority
Are you interested in volunteering with ReForest London? Sign up for one of our training sessions to get started!
When you become a volunteer for ReForest London, we want you to feel prepared and confident about your experience. We have developed training to help new volunteers learn more about our organization, learn more about trees and planting and caring for trees, and to help prepare volunteers to be engaged in our organization. ReForest 101 is required for all first time volunteers. Second level training include; Tree Guru, Tree Teacher, Tree Captain & Community Liaison.
Learn more about ReForest London's volunteer opportunities on their website here.
Event image and description via ReForest London
We want to help as many Londoners ride more often as possible and we need your help! Come out and learn how you can get involved.
We'll introduce our organization so you have a good idea about why we exist, the work we do, and what we're hoping to see happen in London.
Then we'll break out into various volunteer committees to have initial discussions about upcoming events, projects, or campaigns to assist with.
Whether you're parking bikes at a bike valet, helping someone fix their bike at Squeaky Wheel, or advocating at City Hall, we'd love to have your help and ensure we're moving forward together.
Image and description via London Cycle Link
Boost your employee engagement, enhance your company’s protection of native wildlife and reduce the negative impact of climate change. Join us for a 90-minute session over breakfast or lunch with Carolinian Canada and WWF-Canada to hear how native plant program In the Zone can work for you.
For more event details and tickets, click here.
Plans are underway for two Dundas Street infrastructure projects designed to improve east-west cycling connections and provide better links to transit. Drop by CCH on Feb. 27 between 4:30 and 6:30 pm and give input to help shape the designs.
Transit routes: 2, 20
Bike parking: Secure bike parking will be provided at the venue.
Learn more: https://bit.ly/2Spx2vY
Event image and description via City of London.
Join Heenal Rajani, Co-Founder of Reimagine Co: Zero Waste Made Easy, for an open discussion and workshop that will cover the basics of zero waste and how you can make small (and big!) changes to reduce your waste.
Topics also include: zero waste on a budget, avoiding single-use plastic, and more!
All are welcome - wherever you are on your zero waste journey. Please feel free to bring any questions you may have.
View the event page on Facebook here, and RSVP on meetup.com
Event image and description via Reimagine Co
Join Thames Valley Trail Association for their weekly 1 hour hike. See the full list from the TVTA main webpage at http://tvta.ca/SMW-Brochure.htm
Meet in the first parking lot on the right at the North London Athletic Fields to join us for a 1 hour hike along the Thames River. Please arrive 15 minutes early to sign a waiver sheet. Dress appropriately for the weather.
London Regional Social Forum 2020 planning meeting. All are welcome! Submit a proposal for workshops/ themes as well as discuss logistics. Please join us!
See the Facebook event page here. Event hosted by London Regional Social Forum, Council of Canadians London Chapter, and London Health Coalition.