Events and exhibitions at Vantaa Info
Tikkurila and Myyrmäki Vantaa Infos arrange different kinds of topical events and information blitzes. The events taking place during Vantaa Infos ’ opening hours are free of charge and open to the public.
Tikkurila and Myyrmäki Vantaa Infos’ exhibitions view life in Vantaa from myriad perspectives. The exhibitions are available during the service points’ opening hours.
Kirkko keskelle kylää (“Church in the middle of the village”) exhibition opening
Tikkurila Vantaa Info (Dixi, Ratatie 11, 2nd floor) on Tuesday, December 3, at 15:30-17:30.
At 16–16:30 vicar Janne Silvast introduces plans for a new church: "Tikkurila's new church - a meeting place that will do good for the soul". Welcome!
Kirkko keskelle kylää (“Church in the middle of the village”) exhibition
Tikkurila Vantaa Info opens an exhibition on the plans for the new Tikkurila church. Come and see what the plans look like now, a year before the church opens. The exhibition will show what kinds of bricks the church will be built of. Come and test the bench of the new church.
The exhibition is on show at Tikkurila Vantaa Info, December 3, 2019–January 6, 2020.
Hukaton Vantaa - So that nobody or nothing were lost
Hukaton Vantaa is part of the City of Vantaa and the Vantaa Parish Union’s Yhteinen Pöytä (Shared Table) activities that aim to reduce the amount of food waste, to develop distribution of from-waste-to-taste food and to employ the long-term unemployed, while simultaneously increasing the sense of community and welfare.
Come and see the Hukaton Vantaa exhibition and get to know more about Yhteinen Pöytä activities and their impacts.
On exhibit at Myyrmäki Vantaa Info (The Myyrmäki House, Paalutori 3) December 3, 2019–January 1, 2020.
Vantaa Energy Ltd will end using coal in its energy production in 2022. Coal will be mainly replaced by increasing the share of waste unsuitable for waste recovery, wind and solar energy as well as geothermal heat in energy production. Expansion of Vantaa Energy’s waste-to-energy plant is the most significant of the practical measures that will be taken. Finland is committed to being a coal-free country, at the latest, by 2029. The exhibit presents plans for how to attain coal-free future.
The exhibition is on show at:
Myyrmäki Vantaa Info (Myyrmäkitalo, Paalutori 3): January 8–February 7, 2020. Exhibition opening on January 8, at 12.00-14.00.
Tikkurila Vantaa Info (Dixi, Ratatie 11, 2nd floor): February 11–March 5, 2020. Exhibition opening on February 11, at 12.00-14.00.
River Vantaa and Helsinki Region’s water protection association’s exhibition
The water protection association promotes water protection and recreational use in its operating area from Riihimäki to Helsinki and from Espoo to the border of Sipoo.
The association aims at having the River Vantaa in a good ecological condition by 2027. In addition, the aim of the River Vantaa measure program is to improve the quality of the biota and water quality, improving recreational use and securing the breeding of migratory fish. Read more about the association’s activities online at: www.vantaanjoki.fi!
Exhibition on show at Tikkurila Vantaa- Info, January 14–February 7, 2020.
Vantaan varjeltu salaisuus (“Vantaa’s guarded secret”)
Vantaa Infos’ spring exhibitions will introduce the Hämeenkylä Manor. Carl Ludvig Engel created the unique Hämeenkylä Manor in the 1800s. The modernized manor with its respect for the old and verdant manor parks offers an ideal setting for meetings, family celebrations, and private occasions.
The exhibition is on show at:
Myyrmäki Vantaa Info, March 2-April 3, 2020. Opening on Tuesday, March 3, at 15–17.
Tikkurila Vantaa Info, April 6- May 8, 2020. Opening on Wednesday, April 15, at 15–17.