100in1Day @BPL - Sat June 2

100 in 1 day logoGet involved, Burlington! We are excited to host fun interventions* as part of this exciting city-wide movement. Find more 100in1Day Burlington activities

Seed Planting

Locations: Brant Hills, Central, New Appleby, Tansley Woods | Drop in 10am-noon
Join your community in transforming your city. Get a pot, soil and some seeds and plant some flowers for yourself this summer. Drop in. Families welcome.

Seed Planting @Alton

Bring your kids for a family pea seed planting activity. Join Hayden Secondary School Environmental Science students to learn more about where food comes from and why it's important. Children can plant their peas in the library and take them home to watch them grow. Drop in. All ages welcome.

Ask Me About My Story

Central | 11-11.45am
Celebrate the diversity of our community! Local teens share books and their own lived experience at this special storytelling event about embracing our differences. All ages. Families welcome. No sign-up required.

Community Weave-Along

Ideaworks Studio @Central, 2nd floor | Drop in 9.30am to 4.30pm
Let’s upcycle for a great cause! We’ll use strips of gently used sheets and the library loom to make colourful and cozy handwoven welcome mats for women making a fresh start through Halton Women’s Place. Materials provided – just drop by! Families welcome. Geared to ages 12-adult to be able to use equipment safely.

*What's an intervention?

Interventions are simple, often low-cost community projects or actions that are free, open to anyone, and designed to create positive change, like pop-up parking space parties, plant swaps and seed giveaways, alleyway concerts, community art creation, and neighbourhood potlucks. Interventions like these take place all on one day, in a series of city-wide 100in1Day celebrations that demonstrate the collective power of small actions.

About 100in1Day

100in1Day is part of a growing global movement that is changing how people interact with their cities. Originating in Bogotá, Colombia in 2012, 100in1Day has encouraged hundreds of community-based interventions in the streets, sidewalks, parks, alleyways, public squares, waterfronts, front lawns, porches, and common spaces of cities around the world.

The initiative draws participation from a wide variety of groups including residents, neighbourhood associations, arts and environmental organizations, anchor institutions, local governments, small businesses, and Business Improvement Areas (BIAs).