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Free Family Skate Day at Tapestry Hall was a hit!

Free Family Skate Day at Tapestry Hall was a hit!

Tapestry Hall served as the perfect space to host skating and movies, a $5 a la carte food menu, balloon animals, and buckets of food donations for the Cambridge Self Help Food Bank!

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My Point of View

It’s not every day that you get to work on a community landmark and bring it back to life. This is not just a building, it’s symbol of the hard working Hespeler people and has always been a source of community pride. So glad to play a role in preserving it for another 100 years.

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Scott Higgins

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Scott Higgins

- President, HIP Developments

My Point of View

We just opened an event space and business called Tapestry Hall in The Gaslight District, Cambridge. As you can imagine, times are tough in the event business! Here’s how our great team responded: Events cancelled or postponed, food ordered. Instead of being negative and doubtful of the future, our team is stable and looking at what they can do to make a difference. They donated our food inventory to the Waterloo Region Food Bank.

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Scott Higgins

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Scott Higgins

- President, HIP Developments

CIRCA 1877 NOW LEASING

HIP Developments' sold out CIRCA 1877 is now leasing!

Move-in dates are starting as early as June 2020, but rental applicants are being accepted now! Circa 1877 features extravagant amenities and beautiful architecture. Fusing historical elements from the former Brick Brewery with modern elements, Circa 1877 will live in the centre of Uptown Waterloo. The building sold out in two days, faster than any other condo development in Kitchener’s history.

'Let’s try to make sure nobody goes hungry this year': Cambridge and North Dumfries go all in on food bank donations

This season, the food bank and its partners will help put food on the table for more than 1,600 individuals and families across Cambridge and North Dumfries, as well as assist 20 other community organizations, said food bank executive director Cameron Dearlove. Many local companies helped kick off the Stuff-a-Bus campaign as HIP Developments presented a cheque for $2,500; local Tim Hortons stores donated $5,000; and $4,000 was given by BITtelligent Software.

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Celebrating Female Filmmakers

2019 ZONTA Film Festival

Lumen is an annual festival by Create Waterloo that features the work of artists as they explore the interplay of light, art, and technology.

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