Drop by Wesley’s tent in the Tim Hortons Family Zone to take part in a hands-on-workshop making entertaining orange slime that can be taken home!
Take in a presentation of a new mini play by Theatre Aquarius‘ Summer Stock Teen Ensemble! During this four-week theatre intensive, teens train in Acting, Physical Theatre, Voice, Movement, Musical Theatre, Play Creation and Design, all instructed by professional artists. Together, participants collectively create an original play. See their new work!
Visit the YWCA Hamilton booth at Supercrawl to enjoy fun and interactive activities that align with the Y’s mission, vision and values. You’ll also pick up some fun facts and messaging on the importance of investing in the power of women and how you too can make herstory!
Explore Play Project’s “pop-up” playground in the form of a parkour obstacle course. Young people visiting the Tim Hortons Family Zone are invited to tray to traverse the course by running, jumping, climbing, vaulting and swinging.
Play Project is an organization dedicated to expanding knowledge of parkour and its benefits, as well as building the parkour community by teaching a variety of parkour classes, hosting parkour related events, and doing parkour performances.
Since nature is around us at all times, stop by the Royal Botanical Gardens booth and tell staff a story your favourite plant, bird, bug, mammal, fish, reptile or amphibian story! There is so much to love about the natural world, so come celebrate its wonders with us as you journey through Supercrawl!
Trees, bugs, birds, shrubs. Fur, scales, branches, tails! Getting your feet on the trails and your eyes on the skies can reward the soul beyond your wildest imagination. Royal Botanical Gardens is an advocate for outdoor experiences, providing the region with the opportunity to get out and explore. Thousands of acres of forests, meadows, gardens, wetlands and fields, coupled with staff and programs are geared to getting you outside. Join RBG in connecting with their heritage one leaf, one rock, one feather, one day at a time!
Visit the Hamilton Naturalists’ Club tent to learn about biodiversity. Take part in hands-on sessions with a number of different tools to explore the incredible range of natural species that can be found in the local ecosystem and across Hamilton.
The Hamilton Naturalists’ Club is a non-profit organization with over 600 members dedicated to the study, appreciation and conservation of our wild plants and animals. The Club traces its history to the founding of the Hamilton Bird Protection Society in 1919. Its early achievements include the designation of Cootes Paradise as a nature reserve in 1927, and the organization of 34,000 children in Junior Audubon Clubs across Canada during the 1930s. It aims to promote the enjoyment of nature through environmental appreciation and conservation, to foster public interest and education in the appreciation and study of nature, and to encourage the conservation of natural resources and environmental protection.
Visit Hamilton Public Library’s Imagination Station to tell stories, create Lego masterpieces and construct tall block buildings; let’s discover and have fun!
The Hamilton Honey Badgers are a new and dynamic entry to the local sports landscape and play in the Canadian Elite Basketball League. They are named for the legendarily tough and fearless animal that has been called the world’s most fearless animal. Its image befits the city of Hamilton and the surrounding region, where strength was built from steel and the people who made it; a city eager to engage in the challenges of revitalization, fearless in determining its future, and intelligent in its approach. The honey badger embodies a championship team that will persist in the face of any obstacle, deploy ferocious defensive abilities and a fearless attack, and battle tirelessly until victory is secured.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are a Canadian Football League team with a storied 150-year history, which includes 15 Grey Cup Championships.
Stop by the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre’s booth at Supercrawl to Express Your Button! Design and create your very own button that you can take home with you to remember your time at the festival. It’s fun for all ages — and, hey, everyone needs a button! You will be colouring pictures of animals and making buttons as a souvenir to take home with you. Choose from a variety of your favourite characters, Indigenous clans, superheroes and Disney princesses to colour, then team up with HRIC staff to create your own custom button! You can also explore information about programs and services provided through HRIC.
In 1972, a group of Aboriginal people who recognized a great need for a “Gathering Place” in the Hamilton community established a temporary cultural centre housed on Park Street South. Now a non-profit Aboriginal organization located on Ottawa Street North, the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre (HRIC) aims to create change that empowers urban Aboriginal people and provides them with the tools to achieve a holistically balanced lifestyle.