If you want to know more about development in the neighbourhood

Most of you are aware that the neighbhourhood has pulled together a group of residents who meet monthly to review all developments in our hood (refer to the blog post from a couple weeks ago) or send me a note and I can update you. One of the members of your Development Committee is pretty … More If you want to know more about development in the neighbourhood

Repair Cafe Pop-up at KW Library of Things

The KW Library of Things, which lives in our midtown Mount Hope neighbourhood, is hosting it’s first Repair Cafe. Run by some awesome repair volunteers and fabric and sewing studio Spool & Spindle, don’t throw away this chance to fix that thing you love that’s been sitting in the cupboard or closet. Saturday September 28, … More Repair Cafe Pop-up at KW Library of Things

Celebrating supported employment at the Library of Things

Have you been to KW Library of Things lately? It’s right in the middle of our midtown Mount Hope neighbourhood at 91 Moore Ave, co-habitating with Extend-A-Family Waterloo Region. Drop by this Saturday, April 27th between 10 – 11am to celebrate the grant recently received for a supported employment project. This grant has allowed the … More Celebrating supported employment at the Library of Things

Congratulations to our social activist neighbour, Michelle Buckner

Our neighbour Michelle Buckner, known by many of us as a force for positive social change in our neighbourhood and city, has been recognized by the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario with an award for social activism for her work to support breastfeeding mothers. The “Breastfeeding Buddies” programme that she founded provides a support network … More Congratulations to our social activist neighbour, Michelle Buckner