Cultivate character and connection on your block with little free libraries, gathering spaces, gardens and more!
Date: Sunday, November 5th
Location: Fairfield Gonzales Community Association, Garry Oak Room, 1335 Thurlow Road
Register at resilientneighbourhoods.ca
Open to people from all neighbourhoods across Greater Victoria! Book exchange boxes, benches, community info boards – many easy and small enhancements can help create community in your neighbourhood. Learn how you can start a small project with your neighbours. Whether you’re into building things by hand or repurposing existing materials, you can create a little node for book sharing, conversation and informal gathering of neighbours.
Led by members of Greater Victoria Placemaking Network, and co-hosted by Building Resilient Neighbourhoods Resilient Streets program, this workshop will include inspiring examples of pocket places, funding sources, finding and reusing materials, tools, communication and social media, creating a launch party, getting Little Free Libraries mapped and more.
Learn more: www.resilientneighbourhoods.ca | Contact: email@example.com
Hosted by: The Greater Victora Placemkaing Network, Building Resilient Neighbourhoods and Fairfield Gonzales Community Association
With generous support from the City of Victoria, Victoria Foundation, Canada150, Eldercare Foundation of Greater Victoria and BC Health Communities Society