This Sunday May 3, you are invited to join me at 4 p.m. at the Ashbridge’s Bay skatepark, Coxwell and Lakeshore. We’ll meet at the bench on the Coxwell side of the skatepark. No need to bring your skateboard, of course you can if you wish.
We’ll take a stroll “up the creek” – the Ashbridge’s Creek which is now buried, but evidence remains above ground.
– Robert Miller
If you haven’t seen, you may also be interested in the Facebook group:
The Ashbridge’s Neighbourhood — Greenwood – Coxwell, Toronto
– photo by Diane Walton
Meet at the Ashbridge’s Bay skatepark, Lakeshore and Coxwell, 4 p.m. on Sunday May 3, 2015.
Take a stroll up Ashbridge’s Creek – one of the hidden streams of east end Toronto. We will stroll up from the bay. What is Ashbridge’s Bay today? What was it in 1793? Who were the Ashbridges? Why is there a historic house on Queen East with a huge expanse of lawn? Guess a few of the names that the Ashbridge’s neighbourhood has been called in the last 100 years.
WREATH MAKING: a free workshop for adults –
Thursday November 27 and Friday November 28, 2014
At Rebellion Gallery, 914 Eastern Avenue
Come any time between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
The wreaths will be part of the art auction at Santa’s Breakfast, Duke of Connaught School.
Sunday November 30, 2014
Holiday version of the flea market held at the Ashbridge Estate this summer and fall.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
S.H. Armstrong Community Recreation Centre
56 Woodfield Road