We are extremely pleased to have Charles Spearin on the bill for IMAGINATE, to present his 'The Happiness Project'.
"With The Happiness Project, Spearin blurs the line between speaking and singing - life and art - and writes music based on these accidental melodies."
He's known for his work as a member of Do May Say Think and this band (reunited last year on Jimmy Fallon), Broken Social Scene.
Green Wood Coalition is pleased to present
An Evening of Possibility
Saturday, February 15. 7:30 PM
LeVan Theatre, Trinity College School
Imaginate, hosted by Christine Stewart, will feature short, TED-style presentations
by compelling speakers, musical performances and an art exhibition.
Reception following will feature locally sourced food and drink.
"The possible's slow fuse is lit by the imagination.”
An evening that will stimulate positive thought and action
around the various challenges we face as a society,
and propose possible, people-level solutions.
IMAGINATE will feature presentations by:
Bioethicist, University of St. Michael’s College
Juno Award Winning Musician, Broken Social Scene
Humanitarian, Former Federal Cabinet Minister
WellPreserved.ca Food Blogger, Writer, Cook
Environmental Innovator, Sierra Club of Canada Foundation
Indigenous Adventurer, Trent University
We had a full house for our first night at our new Community Dinner location. St. John's Parish Hall has a long tradition of community fellowship, and we're pleased to make this beautiful space part of our story.
Hold the date, Saturday, February 15 for a remarkable evening of possibility that Green Wood Coalition will be presenting at the beautiful campus of Port Hope's Trinity College School. Details will be announced soon.
Thanks to Port Hope resident, Peter Gabany of Limelight Advertising, and Toronto Latin Jazz singer, Eliana Cuevas, a new song is being sung that celebrates hope...and was inspired by the Green Wood story. Click on the photo for the story of 'Hope Calls My Name' in Northumberland News.
The turn of the calendar year is always a good time to reflect on the days we've lived and to look ahead at possibilities. 2013 was a year of great significance for all of us in the GWC community, full of challenges, full of new people and opportunities. Here are some visual highlights from the past year's scrapbook: