The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is pleased to be a partner in the presentation of the Aurora Winter Festival Toronto, an exciting new holiday experience taking place at Ontario Place now until Sunday, Dec. 30. Click HERE for more info.
The 24-day festival, is the first of its kind in the Toronto market and features enchanting elements inspired by the North Pole including magical characters, captivating light displays, endless fun, games and activities.
The Aurora Winter Festival is a paid event with admission fees of $19.99 / $14.99 on the West Island. Also happening at Ontario Place is Winter Lights which is FREE at the East Island.
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)
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.
RSVP Suzanne Kavanagh email@example.com
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 21st, 2018
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: 80 Cooperage St. (George Brown Residence – Luce & Thornton Blackburn Conference Centre)
The Parkdale Free School is proud to host a troubleshooting workshop by Repair Café Toronto:
Have you ever wondered why your toaster or DVD player just stopped working? Don’t know where to begin? Come to this free troubleshooting workshop and learn some simple steps to solving the mystery of broken stuff. Troubleshooting is a method for determining what caused your electrical or electronic equipment (or almost anything) to break.
This workshop will go through the logical process step by step. Bring a broken home appliance or some broken home electronic equipment to practice the troubleshooting method. If you can’t fix it then and there you will know why it isn’t working and if it can be fixed.
Register HERE for this FREE event or drop by.
Date: Tuesday, Nov. 13th, 2018
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Place: 1499 Queen St W – 2nd Floor (PARC)
Do you live, work, or travel on King Street?
Please join TTC Riders on Monday, November 26 at 7 PM for One Year In: The King Street Pilot!
This open meeting is an opportunity to share your experience of the King Street Pilot after one year since its implementation in November 2017. Together they will look at what the data shows about the pilot’s success and engage in a facilitated discussion about the transit priority project’s implementation and impact on our public space and day-to-day life.
Register at this link to reserve your spot for this FREE event or at the email below!
Light snacks and refreshments will be served and the event space is wheelchair accessible. Do you have any other accessibility needs? Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org and they will do their best to meet them.
Date: Monday, Nov. 26th, 2018
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: 55 John Street, Room 308/309 (Metro Hall)