New home for Green Drinks in Cornwall Ontario Starting Tuesday August 9th, 2011

Cornwall ON –  The Glengarrian Pub & Restaurant, Sydney Street, is the new host for Green Drinks Cornwall. Starting Tuesday August 9th, the event will take place at 7pm on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. Green Drinks is an informal night out for anyone who cares about the environment and a transition to a more sustainable way of living. It’s a chance to share in interesting conversation, make new friends and re-connect with others.

Green Drinks Cornwall was spearheaded by Transition Cornwall+.  Spokesperson Susan Lilley acknowledges the support of Schnitzels restaurant in launching Green Drinks Cornwall last May.


“Although it’s time to move on to a new location, we look forward to new opportunities to partner with Schnitzels and other downtown businesses as we work towards increasing our community’s capacity to thrive in the face of peak oil, climate change and global economic instability.”


Cornwall is one of nearly 800 cities worldwide with a monthly Green Drinks night. For more information go to

Transition Cornwall +

is a community group created to build resilience and sustainability in Cornwall and the surrounding rural area, in preparation for the combined challenges of peak oil, climate change and global economic instability. The group believes that with thoughtful and deliberate planning, the transition to life without cheap fuel will be far gentler, and our community can become an even more fulfilling, socially connected, sustainable and self-reliant place to live.

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Transition Cornwall +

is part of an international Transition movement that began in the United Kingdom in 2005 and has since spread to hundreds of communities around the world. It is one of 47 or more Canadian communities associated with the international Transition Network. Learn more at: 

SDG Arts & Culture Partnership

1 Comment

  1. “In preparation for the combined challenges of peak oil, climate change and global economic instability” I guess this would drive anyone to drink!

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