West Harbour Community Conversation January 28 7:00



The is a reminder for the West Harbour Community Conversation next Thursday, January 28th at the Community Storefront located at 294 James North at 7:00pm. 

This meeting will provide a high-level overview of the vision for Hamilton's waterfront, work to-date in the West Harbour neighbourhoods, ongoing studies, upcoming activities, & other opportunities for involvement. 

 
A poster for the event with more information can be found by clicking here. To help us plan the event, please RSVP or let us know of any accessibility requirements by emailing WestHarbour@hamilton.ca.

Previous Community Conversation & Meeting Notes & Presentations
 
Meeting notes from the presentations and discussion from the last West Harbour Community Conversation meetings can be found by clicking here or by navigating to www.hamilton.ca/westharbour.

Information from the December 9th Meeting & Workshop on the Pier 7 & 8 Urban Design Study & Traffic Study with Brook-McIlroy & IBI Group can be found by nav
igating to www.hamilton.ca/piers7and8The design options are still available for viewing & comment online and in-person at 294 James Street North.

Questions and/or comments about the Piers 7 & 8 Urban Design Study can be directed to Alan Waterfield at 905-546-2424 x 1251 or by email at Alan.Waterfield@hamilton.ca

All other West Harbour related inquiries can be directed toWestHarbour@hamilton.ca or 905-546-2424 x 5304.

Thank you and hope to see you on the 28th!



Community Dinner - Pay What you can!

Monthy Community Dinner - Pay What You Can!  

St. Luke's Parish Hall - 76 Macaulay St. East (near John)

Thursday Jan 21 Doors open 5:30  Dinner at 6 P.M.

flyer pdf can be found at https://goo.gl/znUG8O



January 13, 2016

Come discuss the future of John St. North!

The North End Neighbours and The Beasley Neighbourhood Association invite you to an informal joint-meeting regarding the future of John Street North. A number of residents from both neighbourhoods have voiced concern about the implications of the coming development on the waterfront, LRT coming to James St., and the replacement of the railway bridge on traffic on John St. North. Our Associations want to know, "What are your concerns?" and "What questions should we be asking?" when the City and CN eventually approach us for input.

Be a part of the conversation.




Free Adobe Indesign workshop



The North End Breezes is hosting a free Adobe InDesign class, on Tuesdays Jan 19th and 26th. 5-8 pm

InDesign is the most popular software in the world for newspapers, magazines, advertising and commercial printing. The Breezes are hoping someone who takes the class might be interested in donating time to produce layout for the North End Breezes (a few hours per month).

Presented by Richard Brooks, a career graphic industry professional and former Eastman Kodak field applications specialist, who has used the Adobe product suite since before version 1.0.  InDesign is just one of several software programs in the Adobe Creative Suite. 

At the end of this course, you will have been introduced to a lot of the features of the program, and  how to use some of them.  You will see how they are used by graphics professionals around the world to create many of the world's newspapers, and much of the artwork used by commercial printers.  As this is an introductory course, hopefully this will whet your appetite to learn more, and you will leave with a learning track to run on.
For more info contact
Susan Brooks
smbkingston@gmail.com

Manufacturing Territories: Conversations on the future of Post-Stelco

Free & Open to the Public

Opening Day Monday January 18, 2016  
6:30 Doors Open
7:00 Public Presentation & Q and A

Evergreen Cityworks
294 James North

The exhibition will be from Jan. 18 -  April 15.
All Welcome!