Square Dancing Tonight – And Much More

It’s going to be a beautiful night tonight – perfect for a trip to the Farmers’ Market.  Aside from the lovely summer weather, gathering with your neighbours and purchasing some delicious food, it’s also our first ever Square Dance In the Park.  The fun with be anything but square and it starts at 5 p.m.  See you there

Also, check out these upcoming local events:

The Crime Prevention Association of Toronto’s (CPAT) Bowling Fundraiser event this Saturday! This is a fun afternoon of a VIP exclusive venue which includes bowling, lunch, raffles and amazing silent auction items – all to support CPAT and our dedication to community safety and crime prevention. CPAT needs your support so please attend. All funds raised will go directly to our non profit and charitable organization and will ensure that we can continue to offer crime prevention programming and support in your community!

So join as an individual and join a team or put together your own team of 6 people (Neighbourhood Watch group, family, friends, children etc). There will be a prize for each member of the winning team!  Your support through participating on Saturday or sending a donation pledge (tax receipt for $10 or more) is greatly appreciated!

Peace Is Possible Parade

On Friday, July 24 from 11am to noon, some 200 children ages 6-12, performing artists and volunteers will jubilantly march west along the Danforth from Shopper’s World, then north on Dawes Road, finishing at Taylor Creek Park.

The paraders, many in colourful costumes, will carry banners and posters expressing messages of peace, while others will play musical instruments, chant or dance. The Peace is Possible Parade marks the culmination of three weeks of artistic workshops, involving children from day camps and community centres in and around the East York region. These workshops, facilitated by professional performing artists, help the children explore issues of social conflict in their own lives and around the world, through singing, dancing, acting, visuals, and storytelling.


And finally,

Hats off to our local BIA for its jazz series on Wednesday nights.  I’ve been the last two Wednesdays and it’s terrific.  There were lots of folks there yesterday on lawn chairs and picnic blankets.  The music is good.  The food is good and it’s a nice neighbourhood vibe.  If you haven’t been there already, check it out.

jazz fest

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