Torbolton Institute Culture Security ‘Culture Hub 2020’
Each culture security project creates another adapted method for improving a household’s continued access to education through increased self-reliance. Projects in green are already underway.
To implement and operate an online ride-sharing service ferrying people in the region to and from the Torbolton Institute
To promote the Torbolton Institute as a hub for events that advance adaptations meeting the challenges of 21st century living, in the face of food insecurity, climate adversity, extreme weather, peak oil and syndemic threat
To provide a permanent home for the regional fine arts community in the form an onsite art gallery store and school housed in the Torbolton Institute
To install onsite WiFi and connect server software to deliver user operated interactive facilities rental and point-of-sale services for users and tenants of the Institute.
To establish a permanent artisans’ store/gallery selling their crafts and a mud oven site.
Run jointly by Carleton University and the Torbolton Institute, it will enable adults to qualify for university admission and advanced educational success.
Home-schooled K12 students experience the classroom twice a week to reinforce their new knowledge with subject matters experts; new graduated university student tutoring in the subject of expertise.
To implement a ‘Y Outpost’ by partnering with the Y; equipping the gym with badminton, tennis and volley ball nets, ping pong tables (encouraging leagues to form) and commercial fitness machines ; offering Y-led general and special fitness classes.
See fitnessprogramYMCA.cwk and Village Fitness Studio folder
To establish and operate a museum room displaying artifacts information from the earliest times.
To establish and operate a flea market operating in concert with the Farmers Market.
To establish a facility for nurse practitioners to offer their services onsite.
To establish mobility park tutoring urban cane/walker/wheelschair obstacle avoidance
To implement and operate a two way day tripping excursion at the TI bringing downtowners to a day in the country, while ruralites get a day downtown
To provide a site for performing arts activities as classes and performances, including circuses.
To make the soccer field available to local soccer organizations and for outside uses such as fairs, from time to time.