Learn about local Indigenous harvesting practices and the native plants that are important to these traditions.
Come decorate your own beautiful glass jar lanterns at this family-friendly workshop!
This year’s evening lantern walk will take place at a mystery location to honour the lost streams that once flowed through the neighbourhood.
Participate in a beautiful evening walk at the Renfrew Ravine Labyrinth during the Autumn Equinox!
Join us online to watch a live streamed performance by youth featuring socially distanced choreography!
Sat. Oct 3rd, 7:30 pm | Online Note: Due to heavy weather in the forecast, the Streamside Lantern Installation has been rescheduled to Saturday, October 3rd (original date September 26th). The Streamside Lantern Installation is the magical heart of our annual Moon...
Listen to Indigenous storytellers share traditional knowledge and the importance of water and stream stewardship.
This month’s webinar features Marika van Reeuwyk of the EYA, who will share insights on native bee identification and conservation.
This month’s Streamkeepers webinar features John Preissl, who will highlight his experiences as a wildlife photographer and Indigenous storyteller.
Thursdays, 6:00pm - 7:30pm @ Sarah Ross House Throughout the summer, Still Moon Arts will host weekly evening arts programs with residents of Sarah Ross House as part of our Tapestry of Place project. We will work together to plan a community mural to be painted on...
COVID-19 Safety Plan
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