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Get involved, take action, and help the environment and your community at one of these exciting green events.

Park Market & Refillery Pop Up Returns to EcoHouse

July 21st 5:00pm-7:00pm & August 18th 5:00-7:00pm

We’re excited to be partnering with Park Market & Refillery! Join us for 2 special summer pop-ups at Green Venture’s EcoHouse! Park Market & Refillery is a mobile zero-waste refillery carrying a variety of lifestyle products such as shampoo, conditioner, laundry detergent, dish soap and more. We’re thrilled to provide an East End location for Hamiltonians to fill up on essentials and produce zero waste. Bring your own clean, dry containers! Visit their website to learn more about how it works so you can come prepared for your zero-waste shop!

Image from Park Market & Refillery Instagram

Nature Ninjas Summer Eco Adventure

Register before August 7th

Our Nature Ninjas Summer Eco Adventure starts July 13th, 2020! Get outside, explore nearby nature and get active with 25 exciting eco-activities for kids ages 6-12! Try them all, or choose your favourites to make a row (across) or column (down) on our NATURE NINJAS BINGO card and send us a photo (or a few) to be entered to win a local eco prize pack! The advensture includes how-to videos, activity sheets, links and resources emailed to you each week. Happy Adventuring! Register here

Woodland at EarlyOn and Earth Play - Cancelled until further notice

Every Tuesday morning!

Woodland is a chance for families to join in outdoor classroom learning. This style of learning lets young kids form meaningful relationships with nature. Participation is always FREE and hot lunch is included!

This program runs on Tuesdays:
9:45 am -11:45 am at the EcoHouse (22 Veevers Drive)

For more information, contact Kate Geroux or Marlena Sololowska
Call 905-308-2954 or visit Bagshaw EarlyON at 350 Albright Rd.

A Virtual Garden Tour: Green Infrastructure in Your Community - Stay tuned!

Stay tuned for a Virtual Garden Tour featuring Green Infrastructure! We will be featuring green infrastructure techniques like rain gardens, rain barrels and naturalization used in Dundas gardens  Get inspired by learning more about what your community & neighbours are doing to use rain as a resource!