Weird Church in Cumberland is hosting a series of Climate Conversations and events to help Comox Valley residents respond to the challenges brought by climate change. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE

Weird Church in Cumberland is hosting a series of Climate Conversations and events to help Comox Valley residents respond to the challenges brought by climate change. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE

Comox Valley residents invited to series of climate conversations beginning in February

A three-month journey toward resilience

By Tanis Gower

Special to the Record

Would you like to engage in meaningful conversation about the realities of climate change, and how we can build resilience, community, courage and solutions?

Would you like to learn about positive change already underway globally, and in our own community?

Weird Church in Cumberland is hosting a series of Climate Conversations and events to help Comox Valley residents respond to the challenges brought by climate change.

The introductory evening, Feb. 4, 2022, features local leaders talking about climate action. This is followed by six bi-weekly conversation circles and a final evening on April 30, featuring local author readings, art installations and a dance party.

Additional events include an art show and a community art project, and an evening of learning about climate-resilient gardening.

For more details and to register, visit www.weirdchurchcumberland.com/climate-conversations

All events are free, with donations to the space gladly welcomed. COVID protocols are in effect for in-person events. Online participation is also available for most events.

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