November offers a variety of activities

November 14, 2014 at 11:48 am Leave a comment

November 19, 7:00-9:00 Glengarry District High School 212 Main Street North, Alexandria Genetically Engineered Foods and Your Health –  The 2014 Genetically Engineered Foods and Human Health Cross-Canada Speakers’ Tour seeks to provide the Canadian public with an opportunity to discuss their concerns around GE foods from a scientific perspective. Please follow the link for complete info: Speaker Tour
November 16,10:00 a.m.West End Well, 969 Wellington St. West Ottawa  OREC (Ottawa Renewable Energy Co-op) is hosting a brunch on green impact investing and insights from Germany’s co-op energy transition. Guest speaker is Dr. Andreas Wieg.

Monday, November 17, 6:30-8:30 1125 Carleton Innovation Centre An information session and discussion with Dr. Weig about community ownership of energy systems and Germany’s experience.

Further information on both events is at

November 24-25, Four Points Sheraton, Kingston, Eastern Ontario Local Food Conference The 2014 Eastern Ontario Local Food Conference is our region’s annual conference bringing together all aspects of our local food system. For more information, and to register, please visit: Local Food Conference

November – December Seaway Valley Community Health Centre  Cooking Circle This is a FREE six week cooking class with older adults and youth! Older adults teach youth about cooking and youth teach older adults about all things tech. Kindly share this info and view the poster: Cooking Circle Poster Oct 2014



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