Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 06:30 PMAnnette Library
One hour community yoga class with Mary on the last Tuesday evening of the month for free. This class is designed for all levels beginner and advanced practitioners alike. All you need is a mat, water bottle. Call 416-393-7692 for any questions.
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 11:00 AMRunnymede Library
An ideal exercise program for seniors. Chair Yoga addresses the whole body in a single routine with the main areas of development being balance, flexibility and strength.
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 06:00 PMRunnymede Presbyterian Church, 680 Annette St.
Now that we are creeping into the heart of summer expect to be delighted by more and more colourful and delicious fruit and veg. You will start to see cherries on the vendors' tables, but don't let that upstage the amazing strawberries we have been enjoying.
What's happening at the market this week?
Joining us again this week are Sun-Ray Orchard (apples, seasonal berries, cider, pies), Fenwick Berry Farms (berries and more), Daniel's Farm (lots of produce, herbs and farm fresh eggs), and Way to Grow! Gardens (plenty of greens, turnips, garlic scapes and more). Growing Health Farm will be here with with eggs, chicken and duck. Rowe Red Fife has fresh pasta made from their own grown and milled flour, plus amazing blueberry muffins zucchini ribbons and more. Sosnicki Organics are always on site early with their certified organic veggies and berries. Creme Fraiche will be set up with local honey and Fressy Bessie ice lollies.
Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 09:00 AMJunction Train Platform (2960 Dundas Street W)
Sunday, July 30, 2017 at 01:00 PMParkdale in Toronto
Students for a Free Tibet Canada is a non-profit grassroots organization made up of students, activists and young people all over the world who support the Tibetan freedom movement while working in solidarity with Tibetans inside Tibet.
SFT's 3rd annual Momo Crawl T.O is coming up on the 30th of July, 2017, where participants with the purchase of a ‘Momo Passport’ will get to try 10 different momos, which are Tibetan and Nepali dumplings from up to 11 participating Tibetan and Nepalese restaurants. Please enjoy this day of fun that brings the community together and sample the delicious Momos!
Get your passport here!
Monday, July 31, 2017 at 03:00 PMSorauren Town Square
The Market rocks the Sorauren Town Square every Monday from 3 - 7 p.m. with fresh foodstuffs of all kinds. Plus, entertainment, kids' activities, and the joy of meeting neighbours and friends in the most pleasant of places. Brought to you by the West End Food Co-op.
Thursday, August 03, 2017 at 10:00 AMSmythe Park (Jane and Black Creek Trail)
Free Fun for Families with Children 0-6 years
¨ Activities for Children 0-6 yrs
¨ Music by Rainbow Songs Foundation
¨ Fire Truck and Police Car
¨ Free Face Painting
¨ Prizes and Books
¨ Free Snacks
¨ Information and Resources for families
Please call 416-358-0031 for more information.
Friday, August 04, 2017 at 11:00 AMHigh Park Amphitheatre in Toronto, ON, Canada
Explore the world around you at this free family festival devoted to the stories that make up our Global Village. Join us at the High Park Amphitheatre for a day-long multidisciplinary celebration of the land we share - with immersive activities and experiences across music, dance, craft, food and storytelling.
The home to a range of peoples dating back thousands of years, today, Toronto is where the world lives. It's more than a place we have come to: It's the place we've built homes, upon the foundational stories, recipes, music, dance, rhythms we've brought with us. The new experiences, ideas and people around us have influenced new directions and traditions, and Global Village will celebrate what that looks, feels, sounds, smells and tastes like.
Based in a selection of works from Canadian Stage's emerging storyteller launchpad, Territorial Tales, which features stories of displacement, migration and settlement, Global Village occurs alongside the 35th-anniversary season of Shakespeare in High Park.
Saturday, August 05, 2017 at 12:00 PMLambton House
On August 5, step into Canadian history along the banks of the Humber River.
Heritage York, in collaboration with partner organizations Swansea Historical Society, West Toronto Junction Historical Society, Etobicoke Historical Society, York Pioneer and Historical Society, and Sunnyside Historical Society, with financial support provided by the Government of Ontario through its Ontario 150 Community Celebration Grant, is pleased to announce the upcoming event, Walk the Six West: History on the Humber.
Join us on Saturday August 5 as we mark Ontario’s 150th anniversary with this FREE and unique outdoor theatrical experience in Étienne Brûlé Park. Walk the paths along the historic Humber River as you encounter many extraordinary Ontarians from our diverse past, hearing them recount and relive their personal stories — and the impact their lives had on the province and country that we all share today.
Join us to hear stories of Ontario history as told by the likes of
Poet and Performer Pauline Johnson
Painter Tom Thomson
Freedom seeker Joshua Glover
Photographer Geraldine Moodie
Father of Confederation Sir William Pearce Howland
Plus a trio of local characters from the Junction
Featuring performances by:
Mixed Company Theatre
For additional information, including where to register for your free tickets, please visit www.pvhs.info/historyonthehumber/ or call (647) 675-1792.