If you live within a few blocks of the Ashbridge Estate, this new Facebook group is for you: Ashbridge’s Neighbourhood, Greenwood-Coxwell.
Today is the last day for the Greenwood Park ice trail – the last chance to lace up your skates. Cold outside so the ice should be nice. Also, friends reported the Winter Stations show is still on today March 22. Here’s a photo I took a couple of weeks ago.
Stay warm. It’s spring… Soon it will be spring.
Posted March 18, 2015 (Also see our Facebook page.)
Update March 19, 2015 – This is now the most-viewed post ever on this blog – 1,060 views in its first 24 hours! Clearly there is a lot of interest in this store.
Stopped into our new local store today – Urban Bulk Emporium. Owners Cory (in photo) and Aziza live in the neighbourhood and have put a ton of sweat equity into the former Film Buff location (R.I.P.) at 1380 Queen East. A few doors east of Greenwood Avenue.
I strongly suggest you check it out! A lot of good food on offer. Their Facebook page.
Our Greenwood Park skating trail is still open, good fun on a day when it’s not raining. Will stay open til March 22.
For other activities, see S.H. Armstrong (March Break camp), East End Community Health Centre and Gerrard-Ashdale Library links under Community Services in the right column.
See What’s New at Applegrove for details on the Applegrove happenings listed below:
Come to the gym at 60 Woodfield Road on March 18 (10:30 am – 2:30 pm) for exhibits, discussions, free lunch and more!
By-appointment Income Tax Clinic – see if you’re eligible.
2015 March Break Camp
Fun, affordable and safe March Break day camp is open to children ages 6 to 12. Call Applegrove 416-461-8143 to inquire about space available.
Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday, March 30
Applegrove’s AGM includes a light dinner, a speaker, door prizes, reports, board nominations and more. Contact Applegrove 416-461-8143 if you want to attend.