A Jane’s Walk is a series of free neighbourhood walking tours that get people out on the streets to discover unseen, under celebrated and unique stories about their city.
The free walking tours are held on the first weekend of May each year all around the world, and are led by locals who want to create a space for residents to talk about what matters to them in the places they live and work. The walks will take place all around the world, including in St. John’s, on May 3, 4, and 5, 2019.
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2018 was an exciting year for Happy City St. John’s, and we wanted to share a year-in-review with you. Thank you to all our partners, volunteers, participants, and followers for helping to make 2018 one of our best years yet!
Here are some of our highlights from 2018:
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At our Annual General Meeting, on October 16th, our membership elected six new Directors to the Happy City St. John’s Board of Directors.
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At our 2018 Annual General Meeting, the Happy City community will elect six new Directors for the Board of Directors. We are very excited that nine members have put their names forward to run as candidates!
If you are a member of Happy City St. John’s, you are welcome to vote for our new Directors at our Annual General Meeting. Who’s a member, you ask? To keep things as accessible as possible, anyone who is on our mailing list is considered a member and has the right to vote at our AGM! You can sign up for our mailing list through our Mailchimp sign up here on our website.
You can find bios for each of the candidates below! Please review and consider who you will elect if attending our AGM this Tuesday, October 16th. Thanks again to everyone who put your names forward!
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On September 22, 2018, the St. John’s Bike Network Design Jam was held in conjunction with our Neighbourhood Summit. This design jam was facilitated by organized by the BEAP Lab at Memorial University and Avalon Cycling, and was facilitated by Dr. Daniel Fuller and Ryan Butt.
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