From May 4-7, 2014 the Leamington's youth is researching and creatively expressing its imagination of a community live during 1940 - 1950 era, and speaking of transpired values relevant to them today by curating an exhibition at Royal Canadian Legion-Branch 84 window in downtown Leamington. Through the process the youth will creatively assert its place in the community generating an excitement in the communal space and spirit. The exhibit will continue until September 2014 and the creative process and interaction between the youth and the community members during that time will be documented by the young filmmakers creating a documentary film as collaboration on the Mill Street community heritage project. Encouraging an inter-generational community engagement through creativity the event is supported by Irena Vucajnk ,the artist and community arts advocate , Mill Street Neighbourhood Initiative-grass root neighbourhood group; the Cardinal Carter Secondary School ,the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 84 and by local businesses.
Thursday, May 1, 2014 - 1:00pm to Wednesday, May 7, 2014 - 5:00pm
the Royal Canadian Legion br. 84 ,Leamington - , Leamington ON