Join us for two new national webinars, sharing practical ways to advance your work in city parks across Canada.

In October's webinar, hear from national city park experts about how they've made awesome things happen in their parks. In November, learn about how to connect with local media can help rally the community around your city park.

Get back to school with us this fall. 

Three Steps to Establishing a Community Park Group

Have you considered how your community could help make your city park a community asset? Learn how you can join people across Canada to contribute to the animation, programming and maintenance of city parks. 

This webinar will focus on the practical steps you need to:

  • Establish a core group of people
  • Work with community partners
  • Host your first meeting

This session will feature Susan Mulholland, a member of Calgary's Bridgeland Riverside Community Association, a park group that activates and animates Riverside Park and is working to establish Flyover Park, Calgary's first urban underpass park! 

Date: Saturday October 19th at 3:00 pm EST

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Build your Park Group's Media Profile

 

Knowing how to connect with local media can help rally community around your city park. This webinar will focus on creating an effective ‘hook’ to pitch compelling stories to television, newspaper, and digital media outlets. Hear from an expert on practical ways to get attention for your events, advocacy and projects: 

This webinar will focus on the practical steps you need to:

  • Find a ‘hook’ for your story
  • Writing a killer press release
  • Target the right media
  • The art of following up

 Anthony Westenberg will host the webinar. Anthony is a media professional who led the communications, PR, media relations and outreach that helped establish Evergreen as a world leader in urban sustainability. 

Date: Saturday, November 23rd at 3:00 pm EST

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Generously supported by:

TD Bank Group

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