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Re:Generation III: How We Green Our City

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Re:Generation III: How We Green Our City

Time: April 11, 2012 from 7pm to 9:30pm
Location: The Waldorf
Street: 1489 East Hastings
City/Town: Vancouver
Website or Map: http://regeneration3greencity…
Event Neighbourhood and Type: strathcona, public, event
Organized By: Julien Thomas among others
Latest Activity: Apr 9, 2012

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Event Description

Re:Generation is about Cross-Community engagement that really shakes up the status-quo. Again we bring you Elders, Boomers, Xer's and Young Folk Tell their stories at: 

Re:Generation III - Pretty In Green 
How We Can Achieve The Greenest City?

This Event Tends to Fill Up Fast - 
Be Sure to RSVP on the EVENTBRITE here:
http://regeneration3greencity.eventbrite.com/

DETAILS
Wed, April 11th, 2O12
(NEW LOCATION)
1489 E Hastings @ The WALDORF
Doors: 630PM
Show: 7:OO-93OPM
Tickets: $5-1O Sliding Scale - No one turned away.

FEATURING AWESOME STORIES FROM:

Millennials - City Studio Cohort (ensebmle story) 
their blog - http://bit.ly/GO3uwx
their video - http://vimeo.com/34063308

BOOMER - Deedee Shannon: Hastings Park Conservancy. Deedee will share a story about the history of greening Hastings Park. Check out their website for more info:http://www.hastingspark.ca/

VET OF CHANGE - Anita Romaniuk - Former Vancouver Parks Board Commisioner and current board member for Vancouver Society for the Promotion of Outdoor Pools. 

SPECIAL GUEST - Julien Thomas shows us how to Play at Greening --> http://greenstreetsgame.com/


TWITTER
Hashtags: #regeneration #greenestcity #greening

PARTNERS
City of Vancouver 
Transformation Projects
Greenest City Team
Simon Fraser University
The Tyee
Gen Why Media

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Comment by Ross Moster on April 9, 2012 at 9:40am

P.S. I've just featured the event. Hope this helps!

Comment by Ross Moster on April 9, 2012 at 9:30am

Hi Julien,

Thanks for the invite. I'd love to participate, but it's the same evening as our Food Policy Council meeting. Hope it goes well!

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