Green Venture is proud to partner with Kahnekanoron to present a Living Land Acknowledgment language mural project.
Mural artist Wolfaz of the Gayogohono Nation from Six Nations of the Grand River has created three beautiful new interactive murals on the grounds of EcoHouse. The murals are made possible through grant funding from the Government of Canada’s Healthy Communities Initiative and the Hamilton Community Foundation.
The murals will be unveiled at a special celebration event on Sunday, October 15, 2023, at Green Venture’s EcoHouse from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Guest speakers will share details on the significance of these murals, and visitors can tour the EcoHouse grounds to see all three murals in their permanent locations. Each mural will have a QR code to allow visitors to hear a recording of the indigenous wording spoken aloud.
We kindly ask that all guests planning to attend RSVP online to help us plan a safe and fun event for everyone. We can’t wait to see you!
Photographs will be taken during the event and shared on social media. @green_venture
GETTING TO ECOHOUSE
Please note EcoHouse is not a wheel-chair accessible facility. For those with mobility limitations, several stairs are required to enter the building, and steep grassy paths are required to access the mural locations.
Green Venture encourages active and sustainable transportation. EcoHouse is serviced by routes 4 and 5 (5E to get to Ecohouse and 52 to leave), which stop at Quigley and Veevers and Quigley and Greenhill, respectively. Bicycle racks are located under the small gazebo on the south side of the main building. Street parking is available on Ambrose Ave and Veevers Drive.
Green Venture strives for all our events to be as low-waste as possible.
For Weather-Related Purposes:
Our events run rain or shine. Please dress appropriately for the weather, including wearing proper footwear to tour the EcoHouse grounds. In the event of a torrential downpour, lightning, high winds, or severe heat, the event will be moved indoors.