Smart Commute Hamilton is an association led by the City of Hamilton which works with local businesses and community organizations to provide programs and initiatives that encourage the use of active and sustainable transportation. The initiative takes immediate action on climate change and health in the GTHA through transportation efficiency, policy development and infrastructure renewal.
We are comprised of citizens – including both recreational and commuter cyclists. What we have in common is a desire to make cycling safe, fun and easy in Hamilton. Auto drivers are reminded to “Share the Road“. To further promote this message stop by any of the bike shops in Hamilton and pick up a free “Share the Road” car magnet to spread the message (while quantities last).
Hamilton CarShare will be hosting an booth with information about CarSharing and how you can benefit from shared car ownership. Hamilton CarShare is a non-profit carsharing co-operative which provides 24/7 self-serve access to a fleet of 4 vehicles across Hamilton and 14 vehicles in Kitchener-Waterloo. Join for as little as $50 for a lifetime membership and be rid of the cost, hassle, and pollution of owning your own car. Gas, maintenance, and insurance are included in the rates. Learn how to be greener and see how you can increase your vitality while reducing your ecological footprint.
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Weenies a fun, local food hot dog cart! We grill up hot hogs and sausages for vegetarians, vegans and wise meat eaters. All the meat we serve is local with very low nitrates. Condiments include Ontario tomatoes, onions, dill pickles, hot peppes, eggplant, relish, hot mustard, and of course– ketchup!
Weenies hot dogs are a meal fit for the Queen of England!
Dance lessons, ballroom, latin, social plus visual art will be available to participate in and/or purchase.
City of Hamilton, Tourism & Culture Division
Pathways to Peace – Launch Event for the War of 1812 Bicentennial
Join the Western Corridor War of 1812 Bicentennial Alliance, in partnership with the City of Hamilton, to officially launch the 3 year long War of 1812 Bicentennial period. Hundreds of Bicentennial themed events and activities are being planned, a sample of which can be experienced during the launch including music, hands-on activities, the Pathways to Peace Art Print Exhibit, and a preview of the documentary film A Desert Between Us and Them: Raiders, Traitors and Refugees in the War of 1812. In addition, the historic driving trail Route 1812, including its accompanying mobile App and printed map, will be officially opened. Support for the Launch event generously provided by the Hamilton, Halton, Brant Regional Tourism Association and the Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation.
This event coincides with the Canadian International Military Tattoo at Copps Colliseum and Open Streets Hamilton on James St N. (the street will be closed to vehicles).
Time: 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Official Ceremony at 2:00pm.
Location: The Lister Block, 28-50 James St N, Hamilton (at the corner of James St N and King William St)
running around having a good time hockey open for all. long term aspirations for good plays and support for ones fellow teammate no matter who he or she may be in pursuit of that good time
cycling books & accessories
Hotti Biscotti will be selling our chocolate dipped and topped biscotti and other desserts..esp our chocolate/toffee pretzels..yum!!
We promote “The Challenge”. A total body transformation to live a better life both physically and financially. We are the #1 Health Challenge in North America and provide the total experience.
Wolsak and Wynn is a literary press dedicated to publishing clear, passionate Canadian voices in poetry and non-fiction. We believe that poetry has the power to crystallize and express the diverse life of this country in the most concentrated form, while non-fiction unfurls these experiences for the reader.
Steel City Rising Against Poverty – raising funds through selling crafts
The 10 Minute Posture Clinic: have your posture and painful areas assessed by a professional therapist followed up by a mini treatment. Visit Jen Fleming RMT to discover the relationship between your posture and pain and the tools you need to improve it.
Voicing Hamilton – Places that Matter
Hosted by the McMaster Discovery Program
Join the graduates and support team from the pilot course of the McMaster Discovery Program,Voicing Hamilton, which was all about the different modes of expression people use to tell stories about our city of Hamilton. Participate in the production of an interactive map where you will be able to share local places that matter to YOU, through writing/drawing/art, and add them to a big map of Hamilton. You will also learn some fun facts about Hamilton history, see some of the creations that came out of the Voicing Hamilton course, and learn about what’s next for the McMaster Discovery Program.
Candi Werx is a locally run and operated candy, chocolate and novelty store. We have been inside the Hamilton Farmer’s Market for over 8-years where we strive to bring in as much locally made products as possible. Although Artisan chocolates and confections are a large portion of what we carry, we also have British Imports, diabetic friendly, gluten-free and allergen friendly products available.
Katie Favell Designs
I make one of a kind handcrafted jewelry. I use a lot of old material from broken vintage jewelry to make something new and beautiful. Also a lot of my jewelry is inspired by nature so the pieces also contain stones, pearls, hemp, and shells. I keep my tables simple and elegant to show off the colours of the beads. I am a local artisan and hope to showcase that fact as well.
I sell hand knitted scarves, hats, chemo hat kits and preemie hat kits. My kits are designed for the new knitter.
Julia Serna Colombian Coffee
The Heart of Ontario