What About Tiny Home Living? Come Out #Guelph! #TinyHomes @YorklandsGreen


10 Carden Street, Guelph ONYorklands Green Hub Presents 

“Living Small” Film Screening and Fundraiser


[Guelph, ON] – Yorklands Green Hub (YGH) will present “Living Small’ Film Screening and Fundraiser at The Bookshelf Cinemas and Miijidaa Café and Restaurant on May 30th, 2016 from 7 – 10 pm.

YGH is excited to screen the tiny house documentary “Living Small” at The Bookshelf Cinemas (41 Quebec Street) and informational keynote speeches. Afterwards, there will be a Meet & Greet at Miijidaa Café and Bistro with YGH Supporters and those involved in the tiny house movement. Kat Walters and Matthew Davey will give talks about the process of building a tiny home and describe what it’s like to live in such a cozy dwelling. If you’ve ever been curious about tiny houses, downsizing or sustainable living, this event will provide you with practical tools and inspiration to follow your vision. The film screening and talks will begin at 7pm. The Meet & Greet will begin at 9 pm.

Tickets and Pricing:

Movie and Meet & Greet: For $20 watch the documentary, listen to our keynote speakers and have a chance to mingle with others interested in tiny houses.

Dinner, Movie and Meet & Greet: For $80, enjoy dinner at Miijidaa Restaurant before the documentary and Meet & Greet.

Proceeds from this event will go towards the construction of Yorklands Green Hub’s Tiny House and sustainability education project: The Mobile Learning Lab.

Tickets are available in advance through Eventbrite and at Miijidaa Café + Bistro. You may also purchase movie tickets on May 30th at Bookshelf Cinema.

Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/living-small-fundraiser-for-yorklands-green-hub-tickets-24900569273

For more information contact: info@yorklandsgreenhub.ca or jkdennis@hotmail.ca

Learn about some big developments in the Tiny House movement!


About Yorklands Green Hub (YGH)

Yorklands Green Hub (YGH) is a non-partisan citizens group that promotes the repurposing of part of the former Guelph Correctional Centre (GCC), and transforming this heritage site within the City of Guelph into a public “Ontario Sustainable Environments Centre”. We aim to develop environmental educational programming to promote our vision of a sustainable and resilient Ontario.

2 responses to “What About Tiny Home Living? Come Out #Guelph! #TinyHomes @YorklandsGreen”

  1. Tiny homes is a great idea. We need more non rental homes for couples and empty nesters. A community of our own to mingle with our neighbors. Mayor please cut through the red tap and move quickly on this great idea……👍🏻

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