Hello Evergreen!

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We are organizing a socially-distanced community walk on Saturday, March 6th at 10 AM. Please see the poster for more details. It is a great opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy the warm weather (forecast says 12℃! but still dress appropriately) We are hoping to connect with Evergreen residents and reimagine the green spaces during the COVID time.




Our first #HelloEvergreen workshop went very well! Thank you all for participating. Here is the summary of what we have heard and what could be done in the future. For more details, please click HERE for the complete summary of the workshop. If you have missed our workshop and would like to participate, please click HERE, you can also scroll down and leave a comment on what we have missed in the workshop or what could be improved.



We have heard some amazing ideas in the past 2 weeks from Evergreen residents, and we want to invite you all to join us on Thursday, Feb. 11th, at 7:00 PM for our first Citizens + Students Workshop. If you missed our workshop we still want to hear from you..please click HERE to view the results, register and add your comments to our virtual whiteboard.


This is an incredible opportunity to connect with your neighbours, your community association and students. You can share your ideas about what changes you want to see in your community, what can be improved, and COVID's impact on your everyday life.



As background, we're graduate students at the School of Architecture Planning and Landscape, University of Calgary who are working with your Evergreen Community Association to engage and connect with the community members on this virtual platform.


Our world has changed and we look forward to hearing your ideas about your community - to find out what matters to you, especially during these Covid times.


Our project launched on January 16th, 2021 and we are excited to co-create with you. Register now and let's get the conversation started!

We are organizing a socially-distanced community walk on Saturday, March 6th at 10 AM. Please see the poster for more details. It is a great opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy the warm weather (forecast says 12℃! but still dress appropriately) We are hoping to connect with Evergreen residents and reimagine the green spaces during the COVID time.




Our first #HelloEvergreen workshop went very well! Thank you all for participating. Here is the summary of what we have heard and what could be done in the future. For more details, please click HERE for the complete summary of the workshop. If you have missed our workshop and would like to participate, please click HERE, you can also scroll down and leave a comment on what we have missed in the workshop or what could be improved.



We have heard some amazing ideas in the past 2 weeks from Evergreen residents, and we want to invite you all to join us on Thursday, Feb. 11th, at 7:00 PM for our first Citizens + Students Workshop. If you missed our workshop we still want to hear from you..please click HERE to view the results, register and add your comments to our virtual whiteboard.


This is an incredible opportunity to connect with your neighbours, your community association and students. You can share your ideas about what changes you want to see in your community, what can be improved, and COVID's impact on your everyday life.



As background, we're graduate students at the School of Architecture Planning and Landscape, University of Calgary who are working with your Evergreen Community Association to engage and connect with the community members on this virtual platform.


Our world has changed and we look forward to hearing your ideas about your community - to find out what matters to you, especially during these Covid times.


Our project launched on January 16th, 2021 and we are excited to co-create with you. Register now and let's get the conversation started!

They could be community activities you wish to see or things that could be improved, let us know by leaving a comment below, they will help our next community workshop and the project as a whole.

What do you think we have missed in our first workshop?

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