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Bike to Work Day

As part of this year’s Bike To Work Day, we want to celebrate all of the incredible cycling initiatives organizations and individuals are undertaking here in Hamilton.

Join us on Monday, May 29th for the main event: Bike to Work Day at Hamilton City Hall (7:00-9:00 am) with the main reception at 8:00 am. You can register on the Bike to Work Day tab as of May 1st to be entered to win a prize.

As you cycle to work on May 29th, stop in at the City Hall forecourt where you can re-fuel with a free healthy snack, hot & cold beverages and enter for your chance to win some amazing local prizes! There will also be vendors onsite, and as always, we will be awarding the Community in Motion Awards and hearing from strong voices in the community. Last year we broke attendance records and expect even more people to join us in 2017, as we help Hamilton #PedalItForward towards a more bicycle-friendly future!

The #PedalItForward campaign, not only highlights the many wonderful movements and activities already happening in Hamilton, but also enables cyclists to #PedalItForward by giving the gift of bicycling to a friend, family member or co-worker on Bike To Work Day!

Please be sure to register (link found below)!

http://smartcommute.ca/hamilton/bike-work-day-2017/

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Bike to School Day/Week

  • Date: Monday, May 29, 2017
  • Time: Anytime
  • Location: At all schools across the GTHA
  • Contact: Tyler Marr
  • Email: stdstpla2@hamilton.ca
  • Phone: 905-546-2424x. 1411

Let’s get rolling! Join students and teachers across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) to celebrate Bike to School Week (B2SW), May 29 to June 2, 2017.

Last year, when ranked among the GTHA schools, Hamilton's Bike to School Week (B2SW) registration fell below average! Sign your school up and show our region that we care about Active and Sustainable Transportation.

B2SW kicks off on with Bike to School Day on Monday, May 29 (7:00-9:00 am) with the main reception at 8:00 am at Hamilton City Hall - we would love to see you there!

Don't forget to register your school - (simply click on the link below)

http://www.bikemonth.ca/biketoschool

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Drake Music Scotland

  • Date: Wednesday, May 31, 2017
  • Time: 6.00 pm

the nation’s leading charity creating opportunities for children and adults with disabilities to learn, compose and perform music independently.

For more you can check : Explainer Video Cost

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Swift Adaptation: Birds of Urban Hamilton

  • Date: Thursday, June 01, 2017
  • Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
  • Location: Throughout downtown area
  • Address: 252 James Street North (meet in front of Christ's Church Cathedral) (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Jeff Stock
  • Email: jstock@conservationhamilton.ca
  • Phone: 905 525 2181x. 196

Heads up! Join Hamilton Conservation Authority staff for an urban birding tour as we will be meandering Hamilton’s downtown core, identifying and observing rare and endangered birds that have adapted to the urban environment and call Hamilton home. Learn how you can become a citizen scientist in downtown Hamilton as the tour concludes at an observation station to witness the incredible phenomenon of Chimney Swift roosting.

Space is limited so please register.

https://hcabirds.eventbrite.ca

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100in1 Day

  • Date: Saturday, June 03, 2017
  • Time: all day
  • Location: Hamilton
  • Contact: Jay Carter
  • Email: 100in1dayham@gmail.com

Returning to Hamilton for the 3rd year, 100in1Day is a global festival celebrating citizen-driven action taking place on June 3, 2017. Visit hamilton.100in1day.ca or @100in1dayham!

hamilton.100in1day.ca

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Caribban Cultural Extravaganza

  • Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017
  • Time: 6:30 pm
  • Location: 754
  • Address: Barton St. East (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Kim Grant
  • Email: acca1979info@gmail.com
  • Phone: 9055312107

Afro-Canadian Caribbean Association invites you to an evening of celebration through foods, music and cultural performances. This event is a fundraiser fo Afro-Canadian Caribbean Association.

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Women's Leadership Matters

  • Date: Monday, June 19, 2017
  • Time: 12 noon
  • Location: Art Gallery of Hamilton
  • Address: 123 King St. West (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Evelyn Myrie
  • Email: empowerstrategy@bell.net
  • Phone: 9055312107

Join EMpower Strategy Group at the next “Women in the Lead” Speaker Series on June 19th, noon until 2pm at the Pavilion Art Gallery of Hamilton.

Women make up half the population yet they are noticeably absent from leadership positions in many sectors. Documented evidence points to gender diversity as a significant factor in the economic, social and creative vibrancy of cities, yet barriers to women’s entry into positions of decision-making remain a challenge.

We've assembled a panel of five (5) inspiring women to share their personal experiences on their leadership journey with the hope that their stories will enable us to identify ways and means by which we can tackle gender imbalance in leadership.

Presentations will be made by: Paulette Senior, CEO, Canadian Women’s Foundation Colina Maxwell, Executive Director, Centre3 Sandy Shaw, Corporate Director, Hamilton Port Authority Patricia Bebia Mawa, CEO, Afro Global TV Zahra Karamy, Entrepreneur and Realtor

Join us for an interactive discussion with these leading women: Fee: $45.00 by May 31st. (lunch included) and $55.00 after

Please reserve your ticket(s) by call 905-527-5651 or visit us at www.empowerstrategygroup.com

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Education Loan Mela

GeeBee Education has organized “Education Loan Mela” for Studies Abroad on 20th May, 2017 from 09.30 am to 01.30 pm.

Thank You!!!

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The evolution of street style photography (panel discussion)

  • Date: Saturday, July 01, 2017
  • Time: 10:30 AM
  • Location: London
  • Address: 31A Corsham Street London, England, N1 6DR United Kingdom (Google Maps)
  • Contact: williamhawk
  • Email: explainervideo8@gmail.com

Join us for a panel discussion focusing on street style photography and its relevance in today’s ever-changing fashion landscape.

Kwaleö co-founder Laurent Antoine-Faboumy will be joined by a stellar line-up of street style experts – Eva Losada Membibre, Samir Benson, Abdel Abdulai and Moeez Tali – to discuss the origins and growth of street style, as well as its relationship with technology. As street style photography continues to grow – and therefore becomes more commonplace – where will this movement go next?

THE EXPERT PANELISTS

Eva Al Desnudo (real name: Eva Losada Membibre) is a regular contributor to Highsnobiety who covers fashion weeks globally. She’s contributed work to the likes of Dazed Korea, Bullet, Hypebeast, Vogue Italia, i-D, SHOWstudio and L’Officiel. ?? Visit her Instagram

Mister Benson, a.k.a. Samir Benson, is a French-born photographer who has shot many members of fashion’s elite, including Anna Dello Russo and Sarah Harris. ?? Visit his Instagram

BoyFromDagbon, founded by Abdel Abdulai, started his photography career on Tumblr. He now is well-known on the LFW circuit, as well as in the fashion press. ?? Visit his Instagram

Moeez Tali is a London-based photographer and entrepreneur. Tali co-founded style app Comb, which helps users discover new looks based on what they’ve seen on social media.

Thank You!!!

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webiste coding

Mohawk will be hosting its first annual Programming Coding competition open to all high school students. All participants will receive a t-shirt, lunch and a certificate. Students may form teams of up to 4, but each student must register individually. Participants may use any programming language to code their solutions.

NOTE: 4 student from 1 school can be in only 2 teams.

http://dell-laptops-support.co.uk/

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Webexpo Prague

  • Date: Friday, September 22, 2017
  • Time: 09:00
  • Location: Prague
  • Address: Lucerna Cinema - Vodickova 704/36 (Google Maps)
  • Contact: Sarka Strossova
  • Email: info@webexpo.net
  • Phone: +420 731 088 168

For the Tenth consecutive year, it will take place WebExpo - the largest conference in Central Europe for anyone whose business relates to the internet and who’d want to keep up-to-date. It brings together over 1,400 online experts from around the world to share their unique opinions and experience from their respective fields.

It´s an ideal event for business entrepreneurs, startup CEOs, web developers, web designers, graphic designers, marketers, copywriters. 80 speakers will introduce own study cases, real applications of web development, sharing own business experiences and much more.

https://webexpo.net

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Deliver unique happiness within the heart of your sweetheart interwoven with eternal love

This Valentine’s Day is celebrated every year on 14th February in order to make the people happy. The flowers are composed of Roses, Gerberas, Asiatic Lilies, Gerberas and many other varieties. The flowers are sent with a motive to make the dear ones happy and in this season people Send Valentine’s Day Flowers to Indonesia to make this place a gaudy one. On this Valentine’s Day people also delivers awesome gifts like Truffle Chocolates, Teddy Bears, Freis Orange, Assorted Biscuit Wonderland, Good day, Nissin Longer Stick, Dinner Set, Crackers, Mini Crepe Vanilla, Coffee, Waferstick Biscuit, and many other commodities. In Indonesia people seldom send these items to the people whom they love. This day is cordially celebrated all across the globe with full splendor and happiness, so people Send Valentine’s Day Gifts to Indonesia to make this environment happy.

http://www.flowersindonesia24x7.com/Valentines-Day-Indonesia.asp

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