Thank you for your interest in French Language Instruction at Perth Ave Public School.
A community information meeting will be held concerning a local French immersion program for students in and around the Junction Triangle area.
DATE: Tuesday April 23, 2013
TIME: 6:30 PM
LOCATION: PERTH AVE P.S. SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
Campbell Rink's final weekend.
Saturday Supper with Campfire and kids talent show. Pleasure skate 3:30-6:30pm
Skate and enjoy quiche. As usual we will have vegan and gluten free available.
And the long awaited Shinny Tournament for kids 13 and under. Come at 2:30 pm to register. Prizes. A draw for a hockey game. Toronto Marlies for 2 side seats.
Toronto Public Library Community Cornerstones
Serving the Junction Triangle for 35 Years
Join Us For Our 35th Anniversary
Friday November 23rd &
Saturday November 24th
- Sign our guestbook
- Check out our old photos
- Yummy anniversary cake!
Click image to download a PDF file of the flyer.
Event details from Sharon:
CALLING ALL ARTISANS! Perth Avenue Public School is hosting the Junction Triangle’s second annual Home-style Craft and Gift Show on December 1st. Rent a table to sell your wares for only $20 and a donation to the raffle table! The proceeds from the table rentals will go back into the school council fund to support arts programming like visiting authors and dance workshops, musical instruments and art supplies. Please contact Sharon Colwell at firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP for more information or to book your table. Space is limited!
A group of enthusiastic locals is throwing a "lot party" this Saturday November 3rd from noon until 7pm. The location is the lot (known as the dog walk field) north of Wallace and south of Ruskin along the Railpath.
Family activities will include face painting, apple bobbing, field sports and an arts and crafts station. There will be live music as well and it will be a great chance to meet neighbours and make new friends.
PLEASE JOIN US for our annual Pumpkin Lighting in Carlton Park (on Edith Avenue) on Thursday, November 1st, 2012, starting at 6:30 p.m. and continuing to midnight.
Bring your jack-o-lanterns (with a tealight inside), line them up around the splash pond, and light them in a dazzling display of Halloween creativity that will delight children and adults alike. At midnight, the lights will be doused and the pumpkins left at the park for the City to pick up the next day for composting.
Children have a wonderful time dashing about and playing with each other in the twilight, while adults have a chance to visit and get to know their neighbours in this fun community-building event.
So invite your friends and neighbours, bring a thermos of hot cocoa or cider and your pumpkins, and come enjoy this creative community gathering before we all hibernate for the winter!
Saturday, October 27, 2012
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Perth Square Park (Northeast Corner)
350 Perth Avenue
All Large Pumpkins, $10 each. If the deal was any better, it would be Christmas!
Proceeds in Support of Perth/Dupont Library Expansion Project
Perth Square Park
Thursday, August 30, 2012
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
More diesel trains appear to be coming to the Junction Triangle (JT) as the provincial government rushes to build a rail link to the airport in time for the Pam Am Games in 2015. Frustrated by government’s unwillingness to address the shortcomings in their plan, Mothers of the Junction Triangle are hosting a potluck and taking their concerns directly to Premier Dalton McGuinty.
If you want to see electric trains running on the Georgetown corridor, join us in the park. There will be food, fun for the kids and a special direct line to the Premier’s office where everyone is invited to tell him what you think.
Lots of great things are happening in the Junction Triangle. Schoolyard revitalization and library expansion are underway because people are coming together with a shared purpose and aiming high. We can bring change to public transit in the same way; a shared purpose with the aim of persuading the decision-maker, Dalton McGuinty that electric rail is our choice.
We are having another dinner. Yay!
Vegetable Rabat-a vegan stew
Rancher's Pie-inspired by Sheppard's pie, with beef instead of lamb
Dessert: Fruit Pies, with Blackberries(vegan and gluten free)
Suggested donation is $5 for dinner, $2 for dessert and drinks 50cents to $1.
See you there,
From Ward 18 City Councillor Ana Bailao's July 18 2012 newsletter:
Outdoor Movie Series at 181 Sterling Road
"Sterling Cinema Al Fresco" to bring neighbours, families and friends together for a series of outdoor community movie screenings