Flamborough E-NEWS
June 2020
Welcome to the June edition of ENEWS. There are many important updates to share with you this month, including a new combined Police and Fire Station proposed for Waterdown, an Internet Survey, Interim Control By-Law and more.

June is the month of student graduations, prom parties and family celebrations. Although 2020 graduations will look different this year, it is no less a time for students to celebrate. Make your celebration memorable. Wear that prom dress or debonair suit and decorate your graduation caps as only you can. Cross the stage on your front lawn, make a video. COVID-19 cannot take away all that you have learned and accomplished. Your future will be bright, just follow your shining star. I wish you all the best for your future.
If you have any questions please join me on Facebook at Judi Luxon Partridge for video updates, visit my website judipartridge.ca , or send me an email at Judi.Partridge@hamilton.ca.

Please keep safe and protect yourselves.

Kind Regards
Councillor Judi Partridge
905 546 2713
Important Notices & Updates
Community Events and News
Flamborough Connects Summertime Online Auction Fundraiser

When: Open until Thursday June 18, 2020

In lieu of annual fundraisers to support of regular programming, Flamborough Connects is hosting a Summertime Online Auction with everything to meet backyard and barbecue needs from BBQ tools, gardening items, a portable cooler to keep drinks chilled and more! Auction closes Thursday June 18 at 4:00 pm. For more information, please click here .
Digital Trillium Awards Program for 2020

When: Monday June 15 - Wednesday July 15, 2020

For 2020, to support public health restrictions, the Trillium Awards will be provided in a way that safely encourages continued beautification for residential and commercial properties in the City. Beginning June 15, property owners will have the ability to nominate themselves or another property using an online engagement tool which will be housed on Hamilton.ca.  The easy to use online tool will include an intake application to gather required information, mapping capability to provide an address and the ability to upload photos for consideration. Nominations are due July 15. For more information, please click here . Thank you to all who participate in this program each year!
Virtual Meeting of 100+ Women Who Care Flamborough-Waterdown

When : Wednesday June 17, 2020

Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Where: Virtual Meeting Via Zoom Video Platform
Please join Councillor Partridge at the next virtual meeting of 100+ Women Who Care Flamborough-Waterdown . This June, the program is virtually bringing together 100 (or more) women in Flamborough-Waterdown who care about local community causes and who are committed to community service. At the online meeting, we will jointly select a local charity or not-for-profit organization. Everyone each donates $100 to the selected organization and watch how the group’s commitment turns into a $10,000+ donation. Do that four times a year and witness how $40,000 can improve the lives of our neighbours. To register, please contact info@100womenflamborough.ca.
Waterdown Collision's Annual Cystic Fibrosis Canada Charity Car Wash

When: Wednesdays in June

Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Where: Waterdown Collision, 24 Dundas Street East, Waterdown

Waterdown Collision is running their Annual Cystic Fibrosis Canada Charity Car Wash at every Wednesday in June, 10am–2pm, Patty and Max DiFelice of Waterdown Collision will match 100% of donations in support of Dante’s Journey to the Cure. Join us on Wednesdays and donate today at this link
Carlisle Optimists Virtual Duck Dash

When: Saturday, August 29, 2020

Time: 11:00 am

Where: Facebook Live

Get your 2020 Virtual Duck Dash tickets to win 1 of 5 great prizes and help the Optimist Club of Carlisle support the Flamborough Community! Your Duck Dash tickets and donations help support our local community organizations and schools. Traditionally, little yellow rubber duckies dash down Bronte creek, but this year Duck Dash is going virtual. The Carlisle Optimists are balancing the need for social distance with their mandate to support our community. Your ticket purchases helps them put funds into programs that support youth and families in our community. Join the community on Facebook Live Saturday, August 29th, 11 am to watch us draw the 2020 Lucky Ducks. 1st prize $1,000; 2nd -$500; 3rd - $100; 4th - $100; 5th - $100. For more information, please click here.
Waterdown Hero Shout Out Program

Nomination Form: Please click here

Website: Waterdown BIA

The Waterdown Business Improvement Area (BIA), in partnership with the Rotary Club of Waterdown, want to recognize people in our community who who have gone out of their way to keep the rest of us stay safe, fed, well, learning, entertained, informed, etc. The stories of 20 selected nominees will be shared on social media and each of those individuals will receive two $50 gift certificates to a BIA business of their choice - one to keep for themselves and one to donate to someone who has struggled through the COVID-19. The Rotary Club of Waterdown will match the BIA's contribution to help us provide $2,000 worth of BIA gift certificates to featured heroes and their selected 'pay it forward' recipients.
Flamborough Paint Virtual Challenge 2020

Tag: #FPVC2020

The Flamborough Paint Challenge (FPC) is going virtual this year in an effort to be proactive and stop the spread of COVID-19! The community is invited to
draw flowers and within each petal to write or draw what has been important to you, helped motivate you, or made you smile during isolation and physical distancing. Draw with either chalk, paint, crayons, or anything you can get your hands on. Your canvas can be the sidewalk, a window, paper, or even your screen! Take a photo, video, and post, or share your screen, then tag us at #FPVC2020. Once you’ve taken the challenge nominate three of your friends to take the challenge too! For more info, please contact the Healthy Youth Network.
Online Rain Barrel Sale Fundraiser for Grace Anglican Church

Grace Anglican Church is having an online Rain Barrel Sale in support of the Food with Grace Waterdown Food Bank and Pollinator Gardens. Let’s take care of people and the Earth together. Pre-Order choices online for $55.00 - home delivery only $10 in the Waterdown area. Please contact Grace Anglican Church if you have any questions.
Waterdown Farmers' Market Update

It is with great sadness and an abundance of caution that the Waterdown BIA has announced the cancellation of the regular 2020 Waterdown Farmers’ Market season due to the uncertainties created by the coronavirus. The health and safety of Market vendors, crew and visitors remains our number one priority.

Staying connected: the Waterdown Farmers’ Market team remains committed to supporting the local agricultural community and will provide information on vendor activities online.
Community Resources
Food with Grace Waterdown Food Bank

When: Open Tuesdays

Time: 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Where: Grace Anglican Church, 157 Mill Street N (parking can be accessed from ​182 Main Street N)

Food with Grace Waterdown Food Bank remains open to all in the community, with precautionary restrictions, on Tuesdays from 2-6pm. Please do not arrive before 1:30 pm.  Neighbours seeking food assistance will be provided with pre-made bags of food at the entrance door. Thank you to our generous community for their donations. For more information, please click here .
Flamborough Food Bank

When: Open Wednesdays

Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm; 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Where: Flamborough Food Bank, Carlisle United Church,
1432 Centre Road

The Flamborough Food Bank remains open weekly on Wednesdays 1-3pm and 7-8:30pm. Instead of entering the Food Bank for personal shopping, food is being packed into hampers by 2 volunteers who work 6 feet apart. Hampers are placed near the front door, into carts and then cars. There is no close contact between clients or volunteers. For more information, please contact Jim Leamen, 905-690-1036; flamborough1@hotmail.com
Flamborough Women's Support Services

Call: 289 895 8580

The Flamborough Women’s Resource Centre (FWRC) located in Waterdown is a satellite location of Interval House. Councillor Partridge and staff at FWRC wants all women to know that services are still there for them. In responding to government directives and call to action from the Chief Public Health Officer, we are working hard to protect women and children in crisis to ensure access to their services. Please call 289 895 8580 for support. A quick reference of local support services is available at this link.
Flamborough Grocery Shopping Service

Phone: 905 689 7880

Flamborough Connects is offering a new service to support community during COVID-19. Flamborough Shops is an affordable grocery shopping service for those who are unable to grocery shop for themselves. Available on a bi-weekly basis, shopping is done by our staff who are required to wear a mask and gloves. Groceries are dropped off at your door to ensure a safe and no contact delivery! If you would like to register, please call us at 905-689-7880.
Hamilton Public Library Resources for All Ages

The Hamilton Public Library provides many on-line fun learning resources for all ages. Councillor Partridge encourages your family to visit this link for some fun learning resources, such as Scout's Book Club for reading lists, ebooks, fun activities, games, interactive HPL Bookmobile puzzle and science experiments and a Summer Reading Club.

Join in for the online Youtube story time Thursdays at 10am, virtual noon hour concerts and much more. T ry something new. Activities with step-by-step instructions and links to eResources are posted online each Tuesday and Friday at 4pm. Head to the City of Hamilton's Recreation at Home webpage for videos and a daily calendar of kids activities and games that'll get you moving and grooving.
Councillor Judi Partridge | judi.partridge@hamilton.ca