Transition Perth volunteers Vanessa Compton, Mike Fletcher, Sharon Teed, and Susanne Wallner created a seven circuit labyrinth for the enjoyment of the Stewart Park Music Festival 2014 community, using simple geometry tools and a spray paint wand. The work crew was visited by local police officer Bird, who cycled over to investigate a report of "seniors vandalising the park with spray paint graffiti" - a highlight of the installation process!
Arts & Craft
Greeting friends and fans of Transition!
We're inviting you as always to the upcoming Transition Perth group meeting. Let's call it our Solstice Meeting! It's happening on Monday June 23rd at McMartin House in Perth from 6:30-8:30pm.
Well, Spring has finally sprung! Hope everyone is feeling renewed and re-energized, and ready to meet each other again on Tuesday May 27th at McMartin House in Perth. The meeting time is 6:30-8:30,pm and the kitchen is available for tea, and/or accomodating your dinner if you choose to bring it along this time.
McMartin House, 125 Gore St. East, Perth
Come help Perth grow into the sustainable and resilient town our hearts know is possible.
Your voice is important and Transition Perth needs to hear it!
We invite your participation in the spirit of getting things done collectively. Together we could be the change we want to see, with a united force of spring energy and beauty!
To inform the public about the issues surrounding peak oil, climate change and our environment with fun and interesting presentations and workshops.
Contact person: Sarah Mackenzie
Email and Phone: sarah [at] hollyhockgrange [dot] ca - 613-284-0578
Perth Community Labyrinth Project is a group of people interested in healing environments and movement meditation who are working to research, plan, and bring into being a permanent outdoor community labyrinth in the Town of Perth, Lanark Co., ON, Canada.
Contact person: Vanessa Compton
Email: vanessacompton1 [at] gmail [dot] com
Please join us for another gathering of Transitioners. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, February 4, at McMartin House, 125 Gore Street (at Harvey), starting at 6:30 p.m.and running until 9 p.m. Signs will be posted directing you to the room we're in.
We will hear about what the wide array of groups have been up to. Here are some samples of the kind of groups that are forming: Community Art & Labyrinth Project, Bike Co-op, The Giving Harvest, Water Bottle Refill Stations, Edible Gardens and much more.
Hi all, You are invited to a celebration of the 2013 autumn equinox at FIELDWORK on the evening of Sunday September 22nd.. There's an oversized EAR sitting in the middle of the FIELDWORK meadow patiently waiting for drummers, dancers and listeners to animate its presence. “Keeping an Ear to the Ground” - an interactive art installation by Sheila Macdonald - features an eardrum that is waiting to be played and waiting for other drummers to bring their own drums and play along with it. We will be creating an irresistible dance beat for all hoopers and dancers.