11.22.2015

Neighbourhood Small Grant Wrap Up Party

Last weekend was the wrap up party for the North Shore 2015 Neighbourhood Small Grant recipients. I've missed the last two parties so this was my year to cheer, share, make new friends and send some love to Vancouver Foundation and the NSG program.

My NSG grant covers the cost of supplies for 4 Crafternoons (aka upcycling workshops). Any event supported by the grant should be open to everyone and free. Such a FAB idea. That's why I'm unofficially the biggest cheerleader for Vancouver Foundation and the Neighbourhood Small Grant program.

I got some photos printed and created a board for the party. I was also one of three recipients asked to present to the 50-60 people at the party. Kewl!



There were lots of great projects like these bird houses...



There's always loads of BBQs, block parties and bouncy castles...



I wish I had attended this one... Neato workshop at Loutet Farm.



Getting set up - tons of people, food, fun, etc.



I got to catch up with Meseret from Vancouver Foundation and Trish from North Shore Neighbourhood House. These guys make the awesomeness happen!



Such a FAB time... Meeting new people, seeing all of the projects and cheering for Vancouver Foundation and their NSG program.



Here's to another spectacular year of crafting with 'crap' with my NSG grant and kick butt peeps at the North Vancouver City Library. You guys rock!

If you haven't been to one of my TBD/NSG Crafternoons - don't fret! There's one more left for 2015. December 5th, 1:30pm to 3:30pm, North Vancouver City Library - see you there!

1 comment:

  1. This party is really looking so amazing author I must say. And I'm so glad to see that your kids are enjoying the day so much. But do you know you can make them surprised by arranging some inflatable rides fro them like jumping castle and so many. For that you have to visit party hire gold coast because from them you can easily take the help as they can arrange everything for your party. Also their services price is very reasonable.

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