VOLUNTEER opportunity at “IN SITU” – Multi-Arts Festival in Mississauga, Oct. 27-29, 2016

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Volunteers for SAS Multi-Arts event “In Situ”

Coming October 27-29, 2016

SAS is celebrating the restoration of the Small Arms Building with In Situ, a three-day multi-arts event planned for October 27th to 29th and intended to animate the space, build awareness and engage the community in its potential as a creative hub.

Small Arms Building at Lakeshore Rd. East and Dixie in Mississauga. Jaan Pill photo

Partners will come together to celebrate arts, culture and the environment through performance, installation pieces, mentorship opportunities and more.

Imagine the building being transformed by local and emerging artists, live music, live art creation and pop up theatre performances!

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April 23, 2016: Volunteers prepare for several hours of clean-up at the Arsenal Lands where the Small Arms Building is located. On right is south end of the building; on left is woodlot where a TRCA/Sawmill Sid portable sawmilling ash-tree salvaging project is now underway. Jaan Pill photo

The SAS In Situ event would not be possible without the support of volunteers to help bring this event to the community and build awareness of this important landmark and its transformation into a creative hub in the future.

Walking south along Waterfront Trail. A wooden baffle is visible in the background. Jaan Pill photo

Walking south along Waterfront Trail toward Lake Ontario from Small Arms Building during May 3, 2105 Small Arms Jane’s Walk led by Mississauga Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey (second from left holding coffee mug). Wooden baffles at Long Branch Rifle Ranges are visible in background. Jaan Pill photo

We are hoping you will volunteer and bring your talent, skills, commitment and enthusiasm to this event to ensure its success.

HOW TO BECOME A VOLUNTEER

If you would like to volunteer at In Situ please go to website: http://smallarmsbuilding.ca , fill out the form, and email it to to info@sasociety.ca with SAS | Volunteer In Situ Sign-Up October 26-30, 2-16 in the subject line.

Thank you all,

Iwona (Evona) Vineham 416 998 1657

Small Arms Building - Then and Now: May 28, 2016 Jane's Walk in Mississauga. Photo source: Gabriella Bank Facebook page

Small Arms Building – Then and Now: May 28, 2016 Jane’s Walk in Mississauga. Photo source: Gabriella Bank Facebook page

Chair of Small Small Arms Society Diane LaPointe-Kay outlines options for repurposing of the Small Arms Building with a focus on the arts and a wide range of other creative endeavours. Jaan Pill photo

At May 28, 2016 Small Arms Jane’s Walk (the only Jane’s Walk Toronto event to be held in Mississauga), Chair of the Small Small Arms Society, Diane LaPointe-Kay, outlines options for repurposing of the Small Arms Building with a focus on the arts, culture, and the environment. Jaan Pill photo

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  1. Bruce Ermellini
    Bruce Ermellini says:

    Good day … I am a resident of Lakeview and would like to attend any future meetings regarding the usage of the proposed lands . Regards Bruce Ermellini

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