Biodiversity: It’s All Around Us!
Building on the success of last year’s art competition, Sustainable Orillia has launched, what promises to become an annual event – our 2023 art contest. This year students from local […]
A Sustainable Orillia in 2050 – the 2022 SO Art Competition
Sustainable Orillia’s 2022 Art Competition invited community artists and students, from local secondary and elementary schools to share their creative vision of what Orillia could be like in 2050 – […]
Announcing the 2023 Sustainable Orillia Art Contest!
In 1970, Joni Mitchell, Canadian singer and songwriter had a hit song called “Big Yellow Taxi.” The song contained the line, “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone,” […]
Climate change is “a spiritual crisis”
Dr. Ted Reeve is a social ethicist, educator, and minister in The United Church of Canada. For the past eight years he has been the coordinating minister at St. Paul’s […]
Sustainable Orillia to hold a second “Walk and Learn” Urban Planning Event
Following upon a popular and well-attended series of urban walks in September, Sustainable Orillia has organized a second round of urban walks for Saturday, October 29th. In September, local urban […]
Join Us for a Walking Tour of Orillia’s Waterfront
Orillia residents and local history buffs are invited to join a one-hour walking tour of Orillia’s waterfront on Saturday August 13. OMAH and Sustainable Orillia are partnering to present the […]
Sustainable Orillia art contest yields 2023 calendar images
Sustainable Orillia is pleased to announce the winners of the Community / Adult Division of our 2022 art contest. The contest theme, “What will Orillia look like in 2050?” asked […]
What Will Orillia Look Like in 2050?
Student artists from local elementary and secondary schools gathered in the first floor gallery at Anitta Hamming’s Creative Nomad Studios on Friday afternoon for the presentation of awards by Sustainable […]
“What will Orillia Look Like in 2050?” Sustainable Orillia Announces new Art Contest for 2022.
Sustainable Orillia’s “Arts & Culture Sector” invites Orillia and area artists to participate in an art contest with the theme, “Orillia 2050 — a Sustainable City.” The contest asks artists […]
Don’t Look Up…
Last month, Netflix premiered a feature film called ‘Don’t Look Up’. There are many reasons to watch this film, including great performances by Leonardo di Caprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl […]