Category Archives: Leslieville

Wanted: creative ideas for Memory Lane, Leslie-Coxwell design guidelines meeting Feb. 24, 2015

Memory Lane, the small street beside Maple Cottage and the Maple Leaf Forever tree, is on the short list for the Toronto Laneway Project. This group is undertaking two laneway transformations in 2015. The selected projects will act as models for other laneway improvement projects across the city.

What would you like to see on Memory Lane? Send your ideas to notylbd@gmail.com. Your input will be helpful for a meeting next week, so send your ideas this week. Memory Lane runs east-west one block south of Queen, between Leslie on the west and ending on the east at the Connaught streetcar yard.

If Memory Lane is selected as one of the pilot projects, it could result in it turning into a more user friendly pedestrian/bike area.

Also don’t forget there’s an important meeting next Tuesday evening February 24 at the S.H. Armstrong Centre about the guidelines for Queen Street East from Leslie to Coxwell. The open house is from 6:30 to 7 p.m. and the meeting is from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

2013-July21-Maple-Cottage-tree
Memory Lane running along the north side of Maple Cottage. I took this photo in July 2013 after the famous tree toppled in a major storm.

Duke of Connaught Fun Fair May 31, 2014, Farmer’s Market

Sat. May 31 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Fun Fair – Duke of Connaught School

70 Woodfield Road
Food, rides, entertainment
2014 Duke fun fair

Sun. June 1 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Farmer’s Market – Jonathan Ashbridge Park

On Queen St E. between Greenwood and Coxwell

leslievillemarket.com
Sundays – 9am-2pm until October 26
from Toronto Vegetarian Association – Farmer’s Markets

And, word is there will be a farmer’s market in Greenwood Park this year, haven’t seen an official notice yet.