Events & Projects
- Through Fairfield Seasons: Eco-Arts Project
- Creatively United for the Planet Festival
- Help Clean Up Moss Rock
- Southeast Woods Ecological Recovery Project in Beacon Hill Park
- Clothing Swap - first Saturday of every month!
- Community Garden in Porter Park
- Emergency Preparedness Workshops
- Moss St. Village Initiative
Through Fairfield Seasons: Eco-Arts ProjectThrough Fairfield Seasons Eco-arts Project creates opportunities for community participants to connect to one another and to the local Garry oak ecosystem which is home to Fairfield Community Place and L’Ecole Sir James Douglas School.
Through public workshops and ‘in the field” activities, people will learn ways to care for this sensitive ecosystem, take part in creating art for the land, with neighbours, family and friends during friendly fun social times.
Click here to go to the project page.
Creatively United for the Planet FestivalA free all ages fun filled Earth celebration! Taking place at St. Ann's Academy.
Click here for the event poster.
Friday April 19, 7:30-9:30pm
Saturday April 20, 11am-9:30pm
Sunday April 21, Noon-6pm
Help Clean up Moss Rock!Join neighbours of Moss Rock and City Parks Staff to remove invasive species. Work parties take place on the 3rd Saturday of the month, 10-noon. Meet on May St at Eberts St.
For more information contact Pat Johnston at 250-595-5600.
click here for more details.
Staff contact: Fred Hook email@example.com/
Volunteer coordinator: Cornelia Lange firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Clothing Swap: the first Saturday of every month
10am-1pm, 1330 Fairfield Rd.
Bring along your beloved but outgrown items to exchange for new duds, or come empty handed & fill up a bag! Please bring items in clean and gently used condition. Clothing will only be accepted during the event hours and all remaining items will be removed by end of event for donation.
Community Garden Initiative for Porter ParkFairfield Community Garden Proposal 2012
Map of Porter Park with proposed commons location
Community Garden Design
More infomation and Contacts for the Food Security Sub-Committee (here)
The blog for the Fairfield Community Gardens is: http://fairfieldcommunitygardens.blogspot.com/ and the email is email@example.com
Please contact the group of you're interested in volunteering or have any questions/concerns!
City of Victoria Emergency Preparedness Workshops
Village and Map