Bring your own Plastic Bottle Art session with Cath Hughes

Chris Zuehlke Memorial Park

1905 Jones Ave, North Vancouver BC V7M 2W7

North Vancouver, BC

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Visual arts

Youth & teens

This community workshop with NVRC Artist in Residence Cath Hughes will focus on intercepting the plastic waste system. Did you know that in Canada only 8% of plastics are recycled? Some single use plastic products will be banned in Canada over the next few years, but plastic bottles are not on the list. We will explore creative solutions to making something artful and inspiring from a plastic bottle or bottles. Cath will share ideas for how to cut, attach and create something new and maybe even beautiful. Any kind of plastic bottle (PET or HDPE) works - laundry liquid bottle? Juice bottle? Soda bottle? We will have many extras collected for use if you don’t have a bottle, as well as some examples of things you might try.

Sat 08 Oct
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Registration is required, barcode #165479

This event is free.

Organized by

North Vancouver Recreation and Culture

The North Vancouver Recreation & Culture Commission was established in 1970 as a partnership between the City of North Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver and we are proud to have served one of Canada's most active and healthy communities since then. Our mission is to build healthy individuals, families and communities and we know that recreation and culture are vital to the overall health, wellness and creativity of our community. That's why we provide and facilitate quality recreation and culture programs, services and events that enhance quality of life for all North Vancouver residents. We operate 11 Community Recreation Centres, the North Vancouver Tennis Centre and Centennial Theatre, the North Shore’s largest performing arts theatre. We also manage room and venue bookings for facilities, fields, and outdoor spaces across North Vancouver. We promote creativity, celebrate diversity and contribute to North Vancouver’s unique sense of place through the provision of cultural services that include a comprehensive Arts & Culture Grants program, cultural planning resources, and a public art program. North Vancouver Recreation & Culture gratefully acknowledges that we operate on the traditional, unceded territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), səl̓ílwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations. Connect with us by participating in recreation and culture activities, visiting our facilities, sharing your talents as a volunteer, or exploring our employment opportunities. Contact us with your questions and ideas. We’re here to serve you and look forward to you participating with us.


1905 Jones Ave, North Vancouver BC V7M 2W7

North Vancouver, BC

Event Contact

Laura Grant





This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.