Stream of Dreams

Make a Splash!

Work with our Stream of Dreams Team to make a difference in your community with public art created by your group!

We’ll come into your school, office or event to have a conversation with participants about the importance of water, threats to it and actions we can take in our communities to protect it.

Participants then have a chance to paint their fish in a relaxed, inspiring workshop.

Once everyone has painted the fish are installed on a fence of your choice and last for 10 years or more!

Click here to see a sample Stream of Dreams schedule (pdf format).

2015-2016 Stream of Dreams Schools

There are a number of schools who participated in the Stream of Dreams program in the 2014-2015 school year, here is a list of the participating schools:

  • Eastview
  • Ecole Renaissance
  • Glenburnie School
  • JM Denyes
  • Our Lady of Victory
  • Paul A Fisher

If your school is interested in booking a program, there are still some spring and fall dates available for the 2015-2016 school year.

Jump in!

To find out how you can bring the Stream of Dreams program to your school, educational facility or festival / event, please contact us. Send an e-mail to our Stream of Dreams Coordinator, or call 905-336-1158, ext. 2324.

Ontario School Curriculum Links

The Stream of Dreams program has a number of links for students from kindergarten to grade 8. Click here to open a pdf with the links between Stream of Dreams and the Ontario school curriculum

About Stream of Dreams

The Stream of DreamsTM Program brings awareness to communities about their local watersheds through environmental education and stunning public artwork. The goal of the program is to improve water quality, while at the same time creating a community art legacy as a reminder of our environmental responsibilities.

The program originated in Burnaby, British Columbia where it is administered by the Stream of Dreams Murals Society. Conservation Halton is proud to be the first organization to officially bring the program to Ontario and to our watershed!