Vancouver's Leader in Transition toward Strong, Resilient, Complete Communities
Have a desire to advance ecological sustainability, community resiliency & self-reliance, and social well-being in Vancouver? To connect with others in your community to create positive local responses to things like climate disruption, depletion of natural assets and economic instability and inequity? Grow more food? Learn how to fix your bike or prepare for an emergency? Share a meal with neighbours? Participate in a more localized economy?
Check out our Villages, Groups and Networks, including Neighbourhood Food, and Projects -- VV's centres of creativity where constructive dialogue leads to connection, collaboration, and inspired action in fun and satisfying ways!
We run on people power -join the Village Vancouver Transition Society and get involved. Don't wait for an invitation; find people on your own and "grab the reins."
Village Vancouver is part of a global movement and integrated network of:
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*Drop-in "Spaghetti" Nights are back! August thru November 2013 in Kits (see individual listings)
*VV Fall 2013 Cultivating Food, Cultivating Community Series, Thursday evenings, fall 2013 (see individual listings)
Join us for
5th Slow Food, Slow Everything Day this Sunday, Dec 8
...there's room for a few more folks and then we're going to cap it
AVIVA COMMUNITY FUND - Voting has now ended. We received over 2700 votes, almost 500 more than last year, but the competition was intense and we ended up 16th out of 417 entries. (The top 10 advanced.)
Thanks for your support!
Here's a local project* worth supporting in the semi- finals from Dec 2-11
The top 10 advance to the finals and they're currently in 10th place by less than 10 votes, and have been fluctuating between 10th and 11th. (When we 1st posted this, they were about 325 votes behind, so it looks like our votes may be helping them.)
*the only local project left in the "small" category