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Saturday, 25 March 2017

Spring Cottage Life Show!


Anyone going? The Spring Cottage Life Show will have exhibitors, experts, personalities, games, a tree planting zone, dock party and an escape to the cottage garden. The Show runs from March 31-April 2 at International Centre 6900 Airport RdMississauga. Tickets are $20, seniors $15, youth $10, children under 13 free! For more information visit The Cottage Life Spring Show 2017.
Enjoy!
Karen

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Gardening with Native Plants


Spring has sprung which is the perfect time to think about your garden! Author and native plant advocate Lorraine Johnson speaks on how to connect our own gardens with High Park by growing native plants, and best practices for successful gardening at Howard Park Tennis Club 430 ParksideToronto March 26 10:30 am-12:30 pm. Free! For more information visit Native Plants Event.
Enjoy!
Karen

Sunday, 19 March 2017

Celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday in Don Mills


Lots going on over the next few months! Take a look:
The Jubilee Order of Good Cheer presents “The Band Of The Royal Regiment Of Canada”.  A concert by this well-known military band to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, to take place on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 7:30 pm, at Jubilee United Church, 40 Underhill Drive, Toronto, M3A 2J5.  Admission at the door – Adults:  $10, Youth:  FREE.  For more information, please call 416-447-6846.
The Jubilee Order of Good Cheer presents ”Concert for Canada”.  The Jubilee Choir, along with guest soloists, will present a concert of Canadian songs from the past 150 years:  classical, folk and modern songs will be presented, and there will be some audience singing and flag waving as well, to take place on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 7:30 pm, at Jubilee United Church, 40 Underhill Drive, Toronto, M3A 2J5.  Admission at the door – Adults:  $10, Youth:  FREE.  For more information, please call 416-447-6846.
The Jubilee Order of Good Cheer presents ”The Toronto Choristers”.  This one hundred voice choir will perform songs from many musical genre – classical, and popular, folk and sacred, comedy and Broadway, to take place on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 7:30 pm, at Jubilee United Church, 40 Underhill Drive, Toronto, M3A 2J5.  Admission at the door – Adults:  $10, Youth:  FREE.  For more information, please call 416-447-6846.
“The Mapping of Canada” a Salute to Canada, celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday.  A look at the history of Canada through the eyes of the explorers and map makers of the last five hundred and twenty years.  One hundred maps will be on display in the Jubilee auditorium from Thurs. May 25 to Fri. June 9, at the following dates and times:  May 25, 26, June 1, 2, 8 and 9 from 10am to 4pm, also shown from 7pm to 9pm May 26 and June 2, and May 27and June 3 from 1pm to 4pm.  Visit the display at any time.  Guided tours each day at 2pm. Taking place at Jubilee United Church, 40 Underhill Drive, Toronto, M3A 2J5.  Admission is FREE.  For more information, please call 416-447-6846.
I am Canadian!
Karen

Soup and Movie Night in Don Mills


Here are three movies being offered at the Donway Covenant United Church. Watch the film at 4 pm and stay for soup supper at 6 pm. The films will be shown again at 7 pm. The entrance fee is $5. Please RSVP to 416-444-8444. The films will be shown in the Living Room at 230 The Donway West, Toronto.

March 22: A Late Quartet
Four classical musicians have been part of a successful quartet for many years, growing their careers and families together. When one member of the quartet says he wants to leave, what will happen to all the others? A sensitive but fearless examination of re-invention in later life.

March 29: A Single Man
Out of the blue, a gay man learns from a brief phone call that his partner was killed in a car crash. When the person you
have built your life around dies, it can be hard to imagine life continuing without them. When you’ve never been “open”
about how much you love them, it can be even harder.

April 5: Philomena
Like many millions of young single women in the 1950s-60s in the Western world, Philomena was forced to give up her baby for adoption, and was brutally shamed by her church. How do we learn to recover from such loss in early life, and forgive people who have hurt us so deeply, so we can live more happily in our later years?

Fair Trade Fair on Saturday April 22, 10 am – 3 pm featuring Fair Trade CafĂ©, Chocolate, Coffee, Tea, Nuts, Spices, Global Crafts, Textiles, Unique Jewelry, Clothes and much more, at the Donway Covenant UC, 230 Donway West, Toronto, Phone 416-4444-84444.  www.donwaycovenant.com

Enjoy!
Karen

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

March Break Drop in


From March 15 to March 19 from 12 noon to 4 pm visit the historic home at Todmorden Mills 67 PotteryToronto and discover toys, games and treats popular in generations past. Look for signs of spring in the Wildflower Preserve with a round of outdoor nature bingo. Tickets are $7.08, students/seniors $4.45, children $3.76. For more information Todmorden Mills.
Enjoy!
Karen

Thursday, 9 March 2017

Toronto Zoo March Break Character Meet and Greet


Going to the Zoo, Zoo, Zoo how about you, you you!!!! This is so much fun for the whole family. Pack a lunch and make a day of it! Daily meet-and-greets with new characters throughout at the  Wild Connections tent in front of the Panda Interpretive Centre. March 11-19, daily 10 am-2:30 pm. Free with admission ($28, seniors $23, under 12 $18, age 2 & under free). For more information visit http://www.torontozoo.com/
Enjoy!
Karen

March Break Mystery Fun!


This sounds like a blast! Help solve the case of Sherlock Holmes And The Maple Mystery by solving puzzles and hunting for clues around the historic village at Black Creek Pioneer Village 1000 Murray Ross PkwyToronto March 13-19, Monday-Friday 10 am-4 pm, Saturday-Sunday 11 am-4 pm. Tickets are $15, seniors $12, kids 14 & under free with the purchase of an adult admission. For more information visit http://blackcreek.ca/
Enjoy!
Karen