On Sunday August 27th we are moving our 6pm Worship Gathering to Lake Ontario.
If you are Driving: Meet us at Confederation Park at 6pm. (585 Van Wagners Beach Rd). Park your car near Beaches Patio & Grill (yellow building) and walk out to the beach.
If you are Biking: You can meet up with other cylists at Tim Hortons Field at 5pm (Cannon St. & Melrose Ave, near the Sobi racks).
Time & Location: Sunday August 27th at 6pm. Confederation Park, 585 Van Wagners Beach Rd) on the beach near Beaches Patio & Grill (yellow building).
Bring a blanket, towel or chair to sit on, along with anything you need to be comfortable outside (water bottle, hat, sun glasses, etc…)
You are invited to the Fifth Annual Case Street Porch Concert, on Friday August 4th at 7:00pm! Just like the last four years, we are going to turn the front porch of 97 Case Street into a mini concert stage. It will be a short and sweet event for all ages and a family friendly “happening” with all the music finishing no later than 9pm.
Here is the line up:
Chrisy Hurn is the lead singer & guitar player for Basement Revolver, a popular indie rock band from Hamilton.
Dad vs Son is a mix of dance beats and spacey synthesizers. Some dads and sons spend time together by tossing around a baseball, “Dad vs Son” bonds over a battle of sound.
2x the Mono sings songs about friends, family and community. They like to mix instruments like ukulele & harmonica with synthesizers & drum machines.
Feel free to bring a lawn chair to pull up a spot on the grass or the side walk..We will also be having a Snack and Dessert Potluck, so if you want to add to the sweetness, bring something to contribute to the feast.
- Keep it Family Friendly: This is an All Ages Neighborhood event so please leave any Drama and Alcohol at home.
- Bike or Bus: There isn’t a ton of parking in the area, so if you are coming from outside the Case Street area think about taking the bus or riding your bike we can lock them up in the back Garage.
- Help Out the Musicians: This is a free event for the people living on Case Street. If you are coming to the show from outside the neighbourhood because your are a fan of of one of the musicians, or you are part of The Commons, think about kicking in a couple bucks (or buy a CD) to help support the music.