McMaster researcher Dr. Dawn Bowdish describes the influences of inflammation and aging on the immune system, the effects of respiratory infections in later life, and what research has discovered to help us maintain a strong immune system. Q & A to follow. Close to HSR bus stops. Check website for parking advice and other details.
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TWO screenings, at 3:15 and 4pm! Take your pick! ~ with musical interlude by WHISKEY EPIPHANY & fiddler extraordinaire, David Clarence MacLean. After the second screening, join the cast & director for an informal Q&A.
Tickets available on-line ONLY, via link supplied. DVD's available via http://mlhproductions.weebly.com
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UNU-INWEH is pleased to announce its next free public lecture: Another Drop...From Your Tap!
Water has a multitude of uses and touches on almost every aspect of our lives. Yet, almost 663 million people in the world lack access to safe water. Clean drinking water is a human right taken for granted in Canada. However, with climate change, increasing populations and worsening pollution, water may become a much-sought after commodity here too.
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan - Hamilton’s sister city - highlights the potential for water insecurity anywhere. UNU-INWEH presents a panel of experts to explore the topics related to water security by answering three questions: • Why did Flint happen; can it happen here? • Why do people around the world lack access to clean water; can it happen here? and • Do we need to rethink water management?
Speakers include McMaster University's Dr. Sarah Dickson as well as UNU-INWEH's Dr. Lisa Guppy and Dr. Nidhi Nagabhatla.
Hope to see you there!
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Workforce Planning Hamilton and the YWCA-Hamilton invite you to the website launch of AdvanceWomeninTrades.com. The website has free resources for employers to recruit, retain and advance women in the workplace.
This free event is for community partners, women and employers in the skilled trades. Food and drinks will be provided.
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It's coming-- the third annual Pipeline Parade! On Saturday September 24 from 10 am to noon, join your Crown Point and Homeside neighbours for a fun, family-friendly walk along the Pipeline Trail. This year's parade theme is “Flying Free”. Decorate your bike, your wagon, or your costume-- let your imagination soar! Or feel free to come and watch the parade take flight.
Starting at 10 a.m. at the A.M. Cunningham Parkette (between Wexford & Huxley) the parade follows the trail east to the Barons Avenue entrance to Andrew Warburton Park. There paraders will enjoy a free pizza party, kite making, paper crafts, and the float/costume contest awards.
Win a prize for the most creative float or costume in four categories: adult, youth age 13 to 17, child age 7 to 12 and child under 7 years. Please note: with the exception of mobility scooters, the parade is completely human-powered. No motorized vehicles or motorized toys are allowed.
Enjoy your trail, have fun and celebrate the community asset that links several neighbourhoods, commercial corridors, and park spaces. The trail is both a reminder of our city's ambitious past and potential as a place where active transportation, neighbourhoods and biodiversity can thrive.
Will you be flying free on September 24 at the Pipeline Parade? We'd love to hear from you. Please confirm with Elizabeth Seidl at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 905-599-6830.
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An old-fashioned Street Party to celebrate The Welcome Inn's 50th Anniversary of service to the community.
A pay-what-you-can-event, BBQ, corn roast, live music, games, prizes, and tons of summer fun.All ages, all welcome.
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Take Back the Night, an annual event organized by SACHA, is a powerful opportunity for survivors and their supporters to actively build connections, assertively reclaim our right to safety, and courageously stand up against violence.
TBTN centers the experiences of women and gender non-conforming folks. We invite men to cheer the march on from Gore Park.
Use your voice! Take a stand against victim blaming and to support survivors of sexual violence. Lets let the entire world know that we believe survivors!
This year’s event will include giant puppets, information tables, drumming, Zumba, sign making, music, some surprises and, of course, a loud and empowered march! . When: Thursday, October 13th, 2016
6:00pm – We Gather 7:00pm – We Rally 7:30pm – We March
Where: Hamilton City Hall – 71 Main Street, Hamilton ON
We will have both an HSR and DARTS buses following the march for folks who are not able to march.
Posted by Ashley