“Thanks-Giving” Potluck – Sun Oct 11th

2015 10 #CommonsGivesThanks logo“Thanks-Giving” Potluck
Sunday October 11th, 2015 – 6pm
128 Hughson St. N.

Every Thanksgiving we sit down to a big traditional Thanksgiving dinner as a community in place or our regular Sunday Worship Gathering. We put the “Giving” back into “Thanks-Giving’ by making it a potluck. Everyone brings something to share and everyone is welcome to join in.

To get in the Thankfulness head space, post some photos on social media of what you are thankful for over the weekend and tag them #CommonsGivesThanks – We will have a slide show running of all the photos posted during the potluck.

2015 Porch Concert

2015 Banner -Porch Concert - COLOUR 3rd


On Saturday October 17th at 2:00pm, we will be hosting our Third Annual Case Street Porch Concert! Just like last year, we are going to turn the front porch at 97 Case Street into a mini concert stage. It will be a short and sweet event for all ages and a family friendly “happening” with all the music being finished no later than 4pm. We are starting the show earlier in the day this year to be outside in the warmest part of the afternoon.

The music will be performed by 2 local Hamilton acts:

  • 2x the Mono is Case Street’s own Randy, Zoe, and Ethan Neudorf mixing together Ukuleles and Synthesisers while singing about Community, Beauty, and Robots.
  • Darin Martin is a singer-songwriter from Hamilton who writes songs that are real and honest. With interesting melodies and passionate lyrics, he captures his audience and invites them to relate to his stories of brokenness, loss and hope.

We will also be having a Snack and Dessert Potluck, so if you want to add to the sweetness, feel free to contribute to the feast.

Feel free to bring a lawn chair to pull up a spot on our grass or the side walk..We will also be having a Snack and Dessert Potluck, so if you want to add to the sweetness, bring something to contribute to the feast.

Please Note:

  • Keep it Family Friendly: This is an All Ages Neighborhood event so please leave any Drama and Alcohol at home.
  • Bike or Bus: There isn’t a ton of parking in the area, so if you are coming from outside the Case Street area think about taking the bus or riding your bike we can lock them up in the back Garage.
  • Help Out the Musicians: This is a free event for the people living on Case Street. If you are coming to the show from outside the neighbourhood because your are a fan of of one of the musicians, or you are part of The Commons, think about kicking in a couple bucks (or buy a CD) to help support the music.