Getting outside this winter doesn’t need to take a great deal of effort, but if you need some extra motivation, how about volunteering to help maintain our neighbourhood ice rink? Just like walking the dog, it would be a commitment to get yourself outdoors to keep the rink beautiful for your neighbours! Winter rinks are … More The neighbourhood rink needs you!
Congratulations to the City of Kitchener Planning Department for responding to neighbourhood feedback on the challenges facing residents wanting to engage in city-led planning processes. Planning is a complex topic and hopefully these sessions will make it easier for all of us to understand what is happening in our neighbourhood. “Planning 101” will be offered online: … More Planning 101: Or, everything you need to know about planning but were afraid to ask
Guest Post by Shelly Pavlic You’re invited to Midtown Community Connects. This is an opportunity for KW Midtown residents to gather safely and meaningfully outdoors. We meet every Thursday at 7:00 pm at Café Pyrus Outpost, along the Spur Line Trail. We either hang out under the tarp for theme-based chatter, or head out on a short … More Midtown Community Connects
Colourful art really does furnish a fence! Every person I see walking by has a smile on their face. I’m so glad I got to be in touch with each artist about their work – I’ve learned a lot about my neighbours and their deep creativity. Every week I realize how much of a gift … More let there be light and colour!
Strong women Artisit Jenn Weatherall normally works in chalk and pastels for her professional art practice. However, this is the first time she worked with paint, which I find hard to believe! I guess art training and study is transferable across various materials! When I asked Jenn what inspired this painting, she said, “It’s important … More What inspires us to create art?