Monthly Archives: October 2011

Public Meeting: Crescent Town Elementary

The TDSB is holding a public meeting about the possibility of converting Crescent Town Elementary into a JK to Grade 4 school to make room for Full Day Kindergarten.  As it stands, Crescent Town can’t accomodate it’s current JK to … Continue reading

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Feeling Grey? Green up!

Ward 32 is hosting “Green Home Fair” on Saturday, October 29th from 1-4pm. Held at the Calvalry Baptist Church at 72 Main Street (just north of Kingston Rd) the event will feature workshops about preparing your home for winter, a … Continue reading

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Go Purple

Neighbourhood Link is holding its second annual Go Purple Symposium: move towards change! Families are welcome to attend the evening event for discussions, refreshments and raising awareness about child abuse.  Rumour has it, in addition to the information available on … Continue reading

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Vote for a local Centre!

Children’s Peace Theatre, whose home is located in Taylor Creek Park, is working jointly with Family Services Toronto and youth of Crescent Town through Neighbourhood Link, and Neighbourhood Centre, to secure funds for an exciting project – they are working … Continue reading

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They’re coming!

This just in: folks from the Urban Forestry Services at the City of Toronto have just announced that we will be receiving 12 new trees on the east side of Main Street subway station, along Barrington Ave next spring. Yes.  … Continue reading

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