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West Harbour Community Conversation

  • Date: Thursday, January 26, 2017
  • Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Location: Evergreen Community Storefront
  • Address: 294 James St N (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Diedre Rozema
  • Email: Diedre.rozema@hamilton.ca
  • Phone: 905-546-2424x. 3283

The City is hosting a monthly meeting with details about City projects taking place in the West Harbour area. Members of the West Harbour team will provide updates, gather input, and hear your concerns about the projects impacting your community. Join us for refreshments and conversation!

hamilton.ca/westharbour

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Toronto Jobs Career Fair

  • Date: Wednesday, February 01, 2017
  • Time: 11:00am - 3:00pm
  • Location: Mississauga, ON
  • Address: 4141 Living Arts Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 4B8 (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Richard Walter
  • Email: advidscontact@yahoo.com
  • Phone: 6477495440

Our Career Fairs are an ideal opportunity for job seekers to network with local employers, access 100's of current job openings and gain valuable career advice from influential people in the Recruitment Industry in the Greater Toronto Area. Admission to all Career Fairs is Free for Job Seekers with Pre-Registration.

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The Spirit of Harriet Tubman

Hamilton's 2017 Black History Month kick-off event: A remarkable one-woman play depicting the life of abolitionist Harriet Tubman, with acclaimed Canadian actor Leslie McCurdy. Adults $20.00 and Youth $10.00

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Invasive Fish & Pollutants in Hamilton Harbor HNC free talk

  • Date: Monday, February 13, 2017
  • Time: 7 pm - 9pm
  • Location: Royal Botanical Gardens Headquarters
  • Address: 680 Plains Road W, Burlington ON (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Dr Erin McCallum will talk about invasive species and pollutants are two major stressors in the Hamilton Harbour and the Cootes Paradise Marsh environments. Focusing on a relatively new invader in the Harbour, I will discuss the problem of the invasive round goby fish in the Great Lakes. I will then address how pollutants impact the invasive round goby in Hamilton Harbour, assessing changes in their population across time and their behavioural responses to different contaminants. All welcome.

http://hamiltonnature.org

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Invasive Fish and Pollutants in Hamilton Harbour

  • Date: Monday, February 13, 2017
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: Royal Botanical Gardens Headquarters
  • Address: 680 Plains Road w Burlington ON (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Free Talk presented by Hamilton Naturalists Club. Dr. Erin McCallum will talk about how wastewater pollutants effect fish populations and behaviour. She will focus on the round goby in Hamilton Harbour. All welcome.

http://hamiltonnature.org

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Hawk Migration at Corpus Christie

  • Date: Monday, February 27, 2017
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Location: Burlington Seniors Center
  • Address: 2285 New St Burlington (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Free Talk Hamilton Naturalists Club Bird Study Group presents Matt Mills. Corpus Christi hawkwatch is a world class migration site where upwards of half a million migrating raptors are seen each fall. Visitors to the hawkwatch platform are often treated to great views of south Texas specialty birds such as green Jay and Great Kiskadee and impressive flocks of migrating waterbirds.

http://hamiltonnature.org/activities/monthly-meetings/

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Small Business Network: Vitaliy Savitsky

North York Central Library is hosting an ongoing Small Business Network meant for small business people or people who are just thinking about starting their own business. It took three long years for the Savitsky's to get ready to launch the service that focused on one thing and one thing only: delivering groceries from Costco. Thus, Comfort.to was born. Comfort.to is a grocery delivery service that will buy your groceries from Costco (Etobicoke location) and deliver it to your home for a fee ($10). For people who don't want the hassles of fighting the huge crowds and line-ups at Costco, Vitaliy Savitsky's company will take the pressure off your shoulders and buy and deliver your groceries to you. Join Vitaliy Savitsky and learn about the many lessons he's learned and what his golden rule of success is - don't listen to anyone. He will share his story and how Comfort.to came to be. If you are thinking about starting a small business or in the process of doing so, this network is for you too. Learn from others, share your own experiences, and soak in the collective wisdom of the group. Bring your business cards and get ready to network! This program is free and will be held in Room 1.

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Friends Of The Eramosa Karst Dinner Dance

  • Date: Saturday, March 04, 2017
  • Time: 6:00
  • Location: Michelangelo's Conference Center
  • Address: 61 empey st (Google Maps)
  • Contact: paul
  • Phone: 9056384465

Our 10th anniversary is a celebration of achievements with a future goal in mind. We need your help to plant an 800 meter hedge row alongside Second Road West, on the lands of the Eramosa Karst. Come out for a fun evening. Visit old friends, meet new friends.
• Full Family Style Dinner • Dance with D.J. Travis • Silent Auction Doors open at 6:00pm, Dinner at 7:00pm. There are 200 tickets available for online purchase (eventbrite.com) and 300 physical tickets available for purchase through FOTEK representatives. *Tickets purchased online are not eligible for table discount.

http://www.friendsoferamosakarst.org/

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AT THE MOVIES

  • Date: Sunday, March 05, 2017
  • Time: 3:00 p.m.
  • Location: St. Paul's United Church
  • Address: 29 Park Street West, Dundas, ON (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Louise
  • Email: gayle.harrison@sympatico.ca
  • Phone: 905-526-7938

Join Chorus Hamilton, formerly the Mohawk College Community Choir, on Sunday, March 5, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. in St. Paul’s United Church, 29 Park Street West, in downtown Dundas for a delightful afternoon of MUSICAL MOVIE MAGIC!. The silver screen has given us many classical songs that have become the soundtrack to our lives. Selections will include music from lavish Hollywood musicals, Walt Disney’s many brilliant productions for kids of all ages, and the always exciting and alluring James Bond franchise, all under the direction of David Holler, accompanied by Erika Reiman at the piano.

Tickets are $20.00 in advance or $25.00 at the door on the night of the performance. For tickets and more information, contact 905-526-7938, or visit our website: www.chorushamilton.ca.

http://www.chorushamilton.ca

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Always Looking Up - HNC Free Talk

  • Date: Monday, March 13, 2017
  • Time: 7 pm- 9pm
  • Location: Royal Botanical Gardens Headquarters
  • Address: 680 Plains Road W, Burlington ON (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Like you, anthropologist and children’s book author, Jackie Prime is ready to implement change to make our world a more compassionate place. Feeling the impacts and experiencing the dramatic social change driven by globalization, environmental change, economic crises, and growing inequalities in basic human rights, we all see that people, animals, and the planet are suffering, but how can we implement lasting change? Is there a way to regain balance and reconnect? Are humans really separate from each other and from nature? Or is there a different story waiting to be told?

With over a decade of teaching and research experience studying the behaviours and cognitive abilities of primates, Jackie’s view on humanity’s connection with nature is radically different from most. Recognizing that humans are not superior to the rest of life on earth, Jackie shares with us in “Always Looking Up” that the foundation for compassionate living exists in humanity’s deep connection with nature.

http://hamiltonnature.org

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Always Looking Up

  • Date: Monday, March 13, 2017
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: Royal Botanical Gardens Headquarters
  • Address: 680 Plains Road w Burlington ON (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Free Talk presented by Hamilton Naturalists Club. Dr Jackie Prime, researcher and educator talks about primate research and the humanity nature connection and the foundation for compassionate living. She is a gibbon specialists and has a series of books for children.

http://hamiltonnature.org

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Hamilton Naturalists Bird Study Group

  • Date: Monday, March 20, 2017
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Location: Burlington Seniors Center
  • Address: 2285 New St Burlington (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Free talk presented by HNC Bird Study Group. University of Guelph researcher Bradley Woodworth talks about migration. All welcome.

http://hamiltonnature.org/birding/

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Upcoming Carnivla 2017

  • Date: Monday, April 10, 2017
  • Time: 4 P.M. TO 2 A.M.
  • Location: Cleveland
  • Address: 2195 Cardinal Lane (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Richard Walter
  • Email: advidscontact@yahoo.com
  • Phone: 6477495440

Welcome To Crowns Amusements

Crown's Ammusements is owned and operated by Sherry and Sunny Crown. They built the company with many hours of hard work and perseverance. Sherry and Danny grew up in the amusement business and spent a lot of time learning from the best. The couple says they are were fortunate enough to have spent many years on the road with some of the industry's best operators. With that experience behind them, they decided it was time to branch out on their own and make a name for themselves.

In 2007, 2010, and again in 2015 Crowns Amusements was awarded the prestigious Outdoor Amusements Business Association’s Circle of Excellence award. This award is based upon your shows ability to excel in the areas of safety, service, operations and administrative duties. You are inspected by a team of independent consultants for the OABA who review all your eternal operational books, your safety records, and your daily operations for two days. Our inspections were conducted in Logan, Utah in August of 2007 in 2010 at the Yuma County Fair, and again in 2015 at the Coconino County Fair in Flagstaff, AZ. Upon completion of the on site inspection, it takes 3 weeks to receive your results. We were extremely excited to hear the news of our acceptance of this award as we are only one of four carnivals on the west coast to have the honor of saying we are part of the Circle of Excellence family. It is difficult to receive and you are re-certified every two to five years. It is our plan to remain in the “CIRCLE” for many years to come.

The Crowns strive to maintain the best possible midway anywhere. The Crowns thoroughly inspect every ride at each event and put a lot of time into training their staff. The Crown's Motto, TEAM EFFORT, is apparent throughout the midway. Every employee is trained from day one that it's a team effort and we can rely on one another to get the job done. We have a comprehensive employee-training program, which ensures our employees will be properly trained and educated. Our attention to detail has helped build our impressive reputation amongst our peers. We are currently members of many industry associations such as, Arizona Fairs Association, O.A.B.A., Rocky Mountain Fairs Association, Showmen's League of America and many more. As we grow, we invite you to grow along with us.

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Archaeobotany in Ontario - HNC Free Talk

  • Date: Monday, April 17, 2017
  • Time: 7 pm- 9pm
  • Location: Royal Botanical Gardens Headquarters
  • Address: 680 Plains Road W, Burlington ON (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Rudy Fecteau will talk about what archaeobotany is, what it can tell us about the plant resources available to indigenous peoples, the origins of agriculture, and plants used by early Euro-Canadians for food, tools and construction.

Rudy will be illustrating the types of material he finds with an emphasis on the Hamilton area.

http://hamiltonnature.org

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Archaeobotany in Ontario

  • Date: Monday, April 17, 2017
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: Royal Botanical Gardens Headquarters
  • Address: 680 Plains Road w Burlington ON (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Free Talk Hamilton Naturalists club. Rudy Fecteau What is archaeobotany? What can it tell us about the plant resources available to indigenous peoples, the origins of agriculture, and plants used by early Euro-Canadians for food, tools and construction? Among his many occupations, Rudy had a background in archaeology. But, for the past forty-two years he has specialized in the less well known field of archaeobotany or palaeoethnobotany. This involves the study of carbonized plant material from archaeological sites. Samples are sent to him by archaeologists for examination. Rudy then identifies seeds, nut shell fragments, charred wood and other wood remains, and wooden artifacts. Rudy will be illustrating the types of material he finds with an emphasis on the Hamilton area.

http://hamiltonnature.org

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Fall Birding in Kasakhstan

  • Date: Monday, April 24, 2017
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Location: Burlington Seniors Center
  • Address: 2285 New St Burlington (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Free Talk Hamilton Naturalists Club Bird Study Group All Welcome! Not your average birding destination; but the Tien Shan Mountains of Central Asia act to concentrate the spring and fall migrations along a fairly narrow pathway; it’s some of the world’s best birding. Our travelers: David Brewer, Rick Ludkin and Peter Thoem, were part of a small team of Canadians who spent two weeks last September at a bird observatory in Kazakhstan. This is their story complete with insights into the interesting and delicious food, vodka as a staple diet item, language challenges and the sometimes rudimentary living conditions at the field station.

http://hamiltonnature.org/birding/

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Household pests or Many Legged guests- HNC free talk

  • Date: Monday, May 08, 2017
  • Time: 7 pm- 9pm
  • Location: Royal Botanical Gardens Headquarters
  • Address: 680 Plains Road W, Burlington ON (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Join us as Antonia Guidotti talks about insects. Antonia Guidotti is an entomologist in the Department of Natural History at the Royal Ontario Museum. She identifies insects for the public, museums and other institutions, and responds to general inquiries about insects, as well as giving an occasional media interview on the “insecte du jour”. She is a co-author of the ROM Field Guide to the Butterflies of Ontario and was a member of the working group that wrote the Butterflies of Toronto. All Welcome!

http://hamiltonnature.org

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Household pests or Many Legged Guests?

  • Date: Monday, May 08, 2017
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: Royal Botanical Gardens Headquarters
  • Address: 680 Plains Road w Burlington ON (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Bron Tregunno
  • Email: brontreg@cogeco.ca
  • Phone: 905-637-7136

Free Talk Hamilton Naturalists Club Antonia Guidotti is an entomologist in the Department of Natural History at the Royal Ontario Museum. She identifies insects for the public, museums and other institutions, and responds to general inquiries about insects, as well as giving an occasional media interview on the “insecte du jour”. She is a co-author of the ROM Field Guide to the Butterflies of Ontario and was a member of the working group that wrote the Butterflies of Toronto. Books will be available. All welcome.

http://hamiltonnature.org/activities/monthly-meetings/

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Deliver unique happiness within the heart of your sweetheart interwoven with eternal love

This Valentine’s Day is celebrated every year on 14th February in order to make the people happy. The flowers are composed of Roses, Gerberas, Asiatic Lilies, Gerberas and many other varieties. The flowers are sent with a motive to make the dear ones happy and in this season people Send Valentine’s Day Flowers to Indonesia to make this place a gaudy one. On this Valentine’s Day people also delivers awesome gifts like Truffle Chocolates, Teddy Bears, Freis Orange, Assorted Biscuit Wonderland, Good day, Nissin Longer Stick, Dinner Set, Crackers, Mini Crepe Vanilla, Coffee, Waferstick Biscuit, and many other commodities. In Indonesia people seldom send these items to the people whom they love. This day is cordially celebrated all across the globe with full splendor and happiness, so people Send Valentine’s Day Gifts to Indonesia to make this environment happy.

http://www.flowersindonesia24x7.com/Valentines-Day-Indonesia.asp

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