May 8-18, 2014 in Stratford, Perth & Huron
exciting opportunities for students in
Discover the spirit and value of our community,
the environment and local heroes.
Workshops, panels, tours, a song writing competition and a documentary competition connecting students with Perth County success stories.
Check students' work
Song writing competition winners
Documentary creation competition winners
song writing workshop examples
Funding for these programs is provided by:
Perth County Visitors’
Perth Community Futures
and FED DEV Ontario through the
Southwestern Ontario Development
in partnership with the
Economic Development Department
with the Province of Ontario's Rural Economic Development Program
The Foundation for Education in partnership with C.A.R.E. Stratford and Hermione Presents win
Community Conservation Initiatives funding from the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure
This support facilitated exciting integrated
arts, environmental and conservation projects in Stratford and
a Conservation CD Competition in the Avon Maitland District School Board.
Songs and poems inspiring hope and action
resulted in a wonderful collaborative product.
Students grades 1 through 12, professional performing artists and musicians were under the musical direction of Paul Shilton.
A series of workshops and Conservation Fairs have been completed at 11 schools in the Avon Maitland District.
Check C.A.R.E. Stratford website for results
from our first C.A.R.E. Jr. Summer Camp exploring conservation through an inter-arts program and series of Transect Walks.
See what we did in June 2009photos
was funded by the
Ontario Ministry of Culture
Ontario Arts Council.
Canada Council Win!
for Hermione Presents
We are honoured and excited to be among those chosen as winners in a prestigious, national competition. This Inter-Arts Grant provided substantial funding towards
Have We Forgotten?: The Hope Project
A highly successful, moving public presentation/ interactive experience took place May 11 & 12, 2007.
Click here for photographs, videos and commentary fromThe Hope Project