Connecting the Community - coming together for good conversations

Event Date: 
Tuesday, April 23, 2024 - 9:45am to 11:15am

Would you like to meet other people in the community that are actively doing things?

Connecting the Community has been meeting weekly for over 15 years. 

It is not really networking.  It's not self promotion.  It's learning who is doing what in the community and seeing if there is something that you would like to do.

The meetings are held weekly on Tuesdays, at the Central Library, second floor, Room A.

The library opens at 9:30 am.  The meeting starts at 9:45 and we wrap up about 11:15.

Everyone is introduced and then an invited person speaks for about 15 minutes, and discussion follows. 

This week’s speaker is Mike Gurski. Here’s his description of his talk:

Richmond Hill is going through a building and population density intensification over the next 10 years. With some thought, changed bylaws and resident engagement. The City of Richmond Hill can be a solution to city living by focusing on rewarding the pedestrian and making the various transit hubs 'walkable'. This presentation touches on just a few game changers that could be introduced to make Richmond Hill a destination as opposed to a something you want to drive through as quickly as possible.

There is no charge to attend but a donation, generally of $5,  to offset costs of insurance and website, is accepted.

If you have not attended before please contact the facilitator, Marj Andre at 416 822-5139 [email protected]

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