Heritage Toronto Tour - June 6Did you know that our Flatiron building (the one in our neighbourhood!), was built 10 years before NYC’s and was the HQ of the biggest distillery in the British Empire. Its spirited traditions continue as it is now home to a Firkin Pub.
This is just some of the information to be shared during Heritage Toronto's "Creating Toronto" tour sponsored by the SLNA and happening this Thursday, June 6, 6:30 p.m. starting at the meeting point - Market Lane Park (149 King St. East). The Tour is free but donations are welcomed.
To learn more and RSVP visit: http://ow.ly/TqlX50uvEQ1
Toronto Centre Cyclists Event - June 9
All are invited to join Toronto Centre Cyclists this Bike Month as they ride up the Don Valley Trail to Taylor Creek Park and then back to meet at C’est What on Front Street. The route was chosen because it was a favourite of some of Toronto's cycling icons. Following the ride and refreshments at C'est What there will be featured presenters discussing biking in Toronto through the generations.
Sunday, June 09, 2019 at 1 PM
(Mill Street & Bayview)
Turn Around Point
If you're in the east end and want to join the ride at the halfway point, come to Taylor Creek Trail, near Dawes Road, in the parking lot (we will break at the public WC) at approximately 2 PM.
Meet at C'est What at 3 PM
After the ride the group will head to C'est What, 67 Front St E, 3 PM. If you can't join the ride then meet the group at C'est What for the planned presentations.
MC, Adrian Currie - Stand-up Comedian, Actor & Cycling Advocate
Asmita Pal - Introductory Remarks at Corktown Common: Land Acknowledgement & Cyclists' Tributes
Lorne Shields - Important Historic Cycling Photography
Julia Morgan - Nora Young: Cycling Pioneer at 17 and 70
Joey Schwartz - History of the Randonneurs
Albert Kohl - Bicycle Paths in the days of the Bicycle Craze
Laura Robinson - Once More with Feeling: A women’s history of cycling
There are plenty of ring and posts in the area on Church Street, Front Street, as well as a bike rack in front of the LCBO at Front and Market Streets, and there is even more bike parking across from C'est What at Berczy Park.
The event is free but you'd be helping Toronto Centre Cyclists estimate how many riders they can expect if you register for the event at Eventbrite.
Toronto Centre Cyclists
SLNA Waste Reduction Group
Invitation to a 3Rs Ambassador Training Session at 65 Scadding Avenue
(St Lawrence on the Park, Party Room)
June 10, 5PM-8PM
Your SLNA Waste Reduction Group encourages all our member buildings to join the City’s 3Rs Ambassador Program. It is free. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle :
-Help the environment , conserve energy, save landfill space, reduce greehouse gases
-Help build a sustainable community
-Benefit people in need
-Reduce your building’s garbage costs
Within walking distance, 65 Scadding is hosting this City led training session and welcomes it neighbours who would also like to attend.
Just email Edwin Janzen to let him know of your interest: email@example.com
Community Environment Day in Crombie Park
(South of the Esplanade, just east of Frederick St)
June 15, 10AM-2PM
It is that time of the year. Within walking distance easily dispose of some unwanted items :
- Bring your electronic waste, household hazardous waste and healthcare waste for safe disposal.
-Donate your no longer used clothes, books, non-perishable food and household items to charity.
-Pick up free compost for your garden.
-Be an active participant in creating a cleaner city and healthier environment; come and talk with your SLNA Waste Reduction Group about what else we can all be doing to reduce waste.
51 Division Open House
All are invited to the Toronto Police 51 Division Open House and BBQ on June 15 - download flyer to see details.
Housing TO 2020-2030 Action Plan
Expert Panel - Discussion - June 5, St. Lawrence Hall, 157 King St. E.Download Flyer for details.
Friends of St. James Park Children's Playground Opening
All are invited to attend the opening ceremony of the St. James Park Children's Playground on Saturday June 8th at 10 a.m. Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam and the Friends of St. James Park will bring greetings and there will be children's activities and refreshments for guests.
The Friends of St. James Park have organized this event and the SLNA is pleased to be a sponsor. Please download, print and share the promotional flyer with your neighbours and friends.