This is a Parkdale tradition now in its 33rd year. Join us in welcoming the Holiday Season with an afternoon or evening full of dance and wonderful magic, at Toronto’s longest-running and most family-friendly Nutcracker.
Tickets available on-line HERE.
Tickets also available at the door, if available, one hour prior to curtain. Door tickets are cash only.
Friday December 14 – 7:30pm
Saturday December 15 – 1:30pm & 7:30pm
Sunday December 16 – 1:30pm
Saturday Night Gala (pre-show)
Location: 280 Quebec Ave. (Lismer Hall, Humberside Collegiate)
University Health Network (UHN) – Toronto Rehab, will be holding an Open House and
Pre-application meeting to discuss with the community their proposed plans for expanding the Lakeside Long Term Care Centre at 150 Dunn Avenue.
UHN is aiming for construction to begin during the summer of 2020, and be completed in the fall of 2022. But, before construction would start, they need to go through an approvals process with the City. They intend to submit an application to the City early in 2019.
Councillor Perks and City Planning staff will be in attendance. If you
are unable to attend the meeting and are interested in providing comment
and/or receiving more detailed information, please email Councillor Perks
office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Place: 1499 Queen St. W. (Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre – PARC)
Digital Eco Fair – Energy saving initiatives for homeowners. This is an online listing of available green programs, energy saving initiatives, financial rebates and useful eco conscience information for homeowners. Click HERE
The City has partnered with MyHEAT to provide heat loss maps to six neighbourhoods across Toronto. View your home’s heat loss HERE
Green Parkdale is delivering this project in the Parkdale area, along with Greenest City, a registered charity organization rooted in the Parkdale neighbourhood that is dedicated to connecting people with the environment and community.
If you live in the area and are interested in learning more about this project, please contact:
Ontario Place‘s FREE winter programming opened yesterday, November 23, on the West Island. Will this be the last time free and publicly accessible events happen here for all to enjoy on our waterfront?
• Activities: Winter Light Exhibition, Skating, Ontario Place hosted skate parties, Community Bonfire
• More info: http://bit.ly/2whOWri
Also the Aurora Winter Festival Toronto opens November 29 with admission fees of $19.99 / $14.99:
• Ticketed event happening from November 29 – December 30th on the East Island (enter through Budweiser Stage)
• Activities: Tube Park, Amusement Rides, Food Gardens, etc
• More info: https://www.aurorawinterfestival.com/toronto/
Waterfront for All is holding it’s first Annual General Meeting (AGM) and is open to all.
Special guest speakers from Waterfront Toronto – Meg Davis (Development Officer) REALIZING THE WATERFRONTS’ POTENTIAL and Chris Glaisek (Planning & Design) SEEING THE FUTURE FROM THE SHORE.
Light refreshments provided.
The City of Toronto, City Planning Division, is undertaking a Cultural Heritage Landscape Assessment of the land and buildings at Exhibition Place. This is an assessment of whether the interaction of humans and the natural environment on a geographic location has resulted in an identified cultural heritage value or interest by a community.
To speak to the planner directly, contact Nathaniel Baker, at (416) 338- 2073 or email@example.com or alternatively John Duncan, at (416) 392-1530 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may mail your comments to the planner at Toronto and East York District, 100 Queen St W Floor 18 E Toronto On, M5H 2N2.
You may also contact Councillor Mike Layton, Ward 19, at (416) 392- 4009 by email at Councillor_layton@toronto.ca. Or Councillor Joe Cressy, Ward 20, at (416) 392-4044 by email at Councillor_cressy@toronto.ca
Make your opinions known about how you feel Exhibition Place lands should be managed and maintained for today and into the future.
Place: 100 Princes’ Blvd., Salon 103 (Enercare Centre)
Parkdale Residents Association (PRA) wants your feedback.
The PRA is conducting a brief, informal survey on movement around Parkdale. We would like to hear from you to know how you move within the boundaries of our neighbourhood and how safe you feel. Depending on the responses, the survey may lead to the formation of a Working Group that will tackle issues of safety for vulnerable road users (pedestrians, cyclists, mobility users, rollerbladers, skateboarders, e-bikes) in Parkdale.
Please share with anyone that lives or spends time in Parkdale. The survey is open until October 6th.
Take the SURVEY…we’ll publish the results shortly.
Greenest City hosts this event with Indigenous art and music; local performances and workshops in dance, poetry, storytelling; short film screening and a potluck dinner at Milky Way Garden starting 6 pm. Free.
Date: Saturday, September 29th, 2018
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Ave. ( )
With the reduction in size of Toronto’s city council, our ward boundaries have been redrawn. We are now in Ward 4, Parkdale-HighPark (details HERE).
It is more important than ever to learn about what is going on in your community, so please join us at the PRA’s up-coming Municipal All-Candidates’ Meeting to hear from and ask questions of the candidates running for city council in our ward. Stay tuned!