This event has already taken place.
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Everyone in James Bay is invited to decorate a window in their home or business, on a balcony; even in a parked car. Then we all can grab a map and go out into the streets at night to look!
Help us to transform our streets into an outdoor gallery for all to see and enjoy!
Click on take part at the top of this page to sign up to make a display and put your window on the map. Encourage your neighbors to do the same, maybe share a theme.
Your display can be a simple silhouette.
Or you could go all out complete with soundtrack.
It’s your call but please remember all displays should be family friendly.
Let’s be festive: set up a warm drink or cookie station in front of your home, invite friends, have a party!
When you wander: go as a group, bundle up, but wear something bright or reflective for safety sake.
Send pictures of your creative process to firstname.lastname@example.org
Have fun with it! Just remember to keep it family and pedestrian friendly.
Registration remains active through the event, but a printed map available on February 19 th at New Horizons at 234 Menzies St., the James Bay Community School Centre at 140 Oswego St. and at Niagara Market, 579 Niagara St.
For inspiration & guidance look here:
See what your neighbours have been up to here:
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We are having workshops to get some ideas flowing! Check out all the info below:
Calendar of activities at New Horizons (234 Menzies St.) 10:30am-12:30pm
January 25: Meet the Makers A social time to get inspiration and ideas. Meet the people behind the windows who made the magic last year. Hear how they made those amazing displays!
February 1,8,15: Workshops/Open Studio Focus on mentoring: ideas and inspiration, materials and techniques helping you create a unique display.
Window Wanderland is brought to you by James Bay New Horizons and James Bay Community School/Centre with a celebration grant from the city of Victoria. We acknowledge and thank the Lkwungen People, on who’s traditional territory we are holding our event.