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Feb 10 – Aug 31 all-day Gibson House Museum
This exhibit explores currency, general stores and shopping habits in 19th century rural Ontario, providing new context for the lives of the Gibson family and the development of communities like Willowdale. Cost: free. Regular admission applies …
Sep 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm North York Central Library, Program Room 101 on the main level of the library
Call Me Pisher – A Madcap Romp Through City Hall Howard Moscoe, author, retired City Councillor & TTC Chair “My grandfather was a horse thief, my grandmother a bootlegger, my father a bookmaker and my brother a …
Sep 22 2018 – Feb 10 2019 all-day Gibson House Museum
This exhibit is a celebration of the 100th anniversary of Canadian women being entitled to vote in federal elections. It showcases objects from the Toronto History Museums collections that illustrate the lives of women in …
Sep 22 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Gibson House Museum
Tour the heritage garden, watch historic demonstrations and try hands-on activities. Vendors will showcase produce and products, while local groups provide information about Willowdale community organizations. Admission is free. Photo “David Gibson House” by Alan Brown is …
Oct 17 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm North York Central Library, Program Room 101 on the main level of the library
General Stores of Canada: Merchants and Memories R. B. (Rae) Fleming, author Filled to the brim with groceries and clothing, these stores had so much more to offer. They were the centre of the community, …
Nov 21 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm North York Central Library, Program Room 101 on the main level of the library
Photographs and Letters from Canadians at Vimy Michael Wilcox, Program Assistant, Historica Canada Focus is on letters written by Canadian soldiers from the front as well as photographs taken by professional war photographers. These primary …