Seven Free / Almost Free Green Events

Seven Free / Almost Free Green Events

Green Neighbours 21 is up to good green business as usual.

Come to Green Neighbours 21 and see what’s happening in your green community.

Green Neighbours 21 of Ward 21 area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a grassroots, action-oriented group of people working together to discuss and respond to climate change and other environmental problems.

As an environmental group, Ward 21 residents of Green Neighbours 21 have been actively installing solar energy projects on their own roofs for years.

Besides the Green Neighbour 21 event, there are also six upcoming green events from different organizations.

Our great Green Neighbours 21 informed us about the following seven

FREE / almost FREE green events:

1. Green Neighbours 21 Event

Monday, February 28, 7:00-9:00 pm

Film and discussion

Join us to view and discuss this provocative and inspiring film about the human costs of globalization and a growing worldwide movement to rebuild local economies.

Location: St Michael and All Angels Church
(southeast corner of St. Clair and Wychwood, enter off Wychwood, through wooden gate, top floor)

2. Other Events

a) Thursday, February 10, 6:30 pm


“What happens in 30 years when water scarcity, land erosion and high temperatures bring about major losses in food production? How will the world be fed? Up in the Norwegian permafrost the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, nicknamed the “Doomsday Vault,” houses thousands of duplicate seed samples (“spare” copies) held in gene banks worldwide. But is it a safeguard for the world’s biodiversity, or a utopian imagining of global food security? Is there enough research into crisis-tolerant varieties essential to survive the food crisis, and what are the dangers of uncharacterized crop seed storage? With commentaries by world thinkers such as Wangari Maathai (Nobel Peace Prize winner and political activist based in Nairobi, Kenya) and Cary Fowler (the initiator of the Svalbard Vault and executive director of the Global Crop Diversity Trust), Seed Warriors explores the human struggle against food insecurity, and weighs the realism and idealism of scientists in the face of necessary protection against the imminent crisis.

Pay what you can, no one will be turned away due to lack of funds! RSVP necessary, to Ash 416-651-7867 ext 222 or

Location: Green Barn classroom, Wychwood Barns, Christie south of St. Clair

b) Sunday, February 13, 12:30-6:00 pm


Location: 7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto

Exchange and buy heirloom seeds, fun kids’ activities, workshops and delicious snacks

c) Wednesday February 16, 6:30-8:30pm and Friday February 18,1:00-3:00pm


Hosted by The Stop Community Food Centre

Location: Green Barn classroom, Wychwood Barns, Christie south of St. Clair

Workshop free but registration is required! Please contact Mandy at 416-651-7867 ext: 25 /

d) Sunday, February 20, 2-5 pm


Location: Church of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. W. Toronto

A multi-faith retreat exploring the spiritual resources that inspire us to protect the environment, and how to translate those resources into effective action in the public sphere.

e) Monday, February 21, 6:30 pm


“Without proper knowledge of body awareness, frequent daily movements can cause unnecessary stresses to joints and muscles and may lead to injuries. Join Pedro Pereira, Acupuncturist & Registered Massage Therapist, for this eye opening workshop where he will engage us in activities to help us avoid present and future health problems. Wellness is the No 1 Essential Service that must be relocalized for all of us to lead prosperous lives and actually reduce our energy footprint. Our modern consumer lifestyles have removed us from understanding some of the basics about ourselves.”

Location: Ben Navaee Gallery, 1111 Queen St. East.
Cost: $5 or pay what you can

More details are on the Transition Toronto website here:

And you can join the event on facebook here:

Please RSVP to

f) Native Bee Study

A Ph.D. student at York University, Scott MacIvor, will be doing a survey of Toronto native bees in gardens this year. He will supply you with a free native bee condo for your garden, in return for permission to visit the garden once a month to census the bees.


Scott at or

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