I am publishing a special edition of my e-newsletter because I would like to get your feedback on what you like to see in it moving forward. I hope that you will fill out the survey that I have provided so that you can let me know your thoughts.
I am also sharing with you details on a whole host of events taking place in Ward 18 over the next couple of months, including the first ever Ward18 Talks event which is taking place on Wednesday May 11. I hope to see you at some of these events in our community this spring and summer!
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I will be hosting the first Ward18 Talks on May 11 and it will focus on the environment and provide feedback to the City's TransformTO climate action initiative. In order to ensure a successful event, please RSVP below.
I hope to see you there Wednesday May 11 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm at the Dovercourt Boys & Girls Club (180 Westmoreland Ave).
Ward18 Talks are a series of salon style discussions where community members and interested experts can share their innovative ideas and solutions on issues ranging from the environment, to arts and culture, to economic development, to transportation and so many others. These Talks provide a great opportunity to take the pulse of our community and to connect with neighbours on the issues that matter.
I hope you can join me for a great evening of ideas and discussion.
Ward 18 Community Compost Pick-Up - Perth Square Park (350 Perth Ave) - May 10 starting at 5:30pm
Ward 18 Community Compost Pick-Up - MacGregor Playground (346 Lansdowne Ave) - May 11 starting at 5:30pm
158 Sterling Road Public Meeting - The Gallery (213 Sterling Road) - May 16 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Ward 18 Community Compost Pick-Up and Spring Fling - Dovercourt Junior Public School (228 Bartlett Ave) - May 27 starting at 3:30pm
Ward 18 Community Compost Pick-Up - McCormick Park (66 Sheridan Ave) - May 31 starting at 5:30pm
Ward18 Talks - The Environment - Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club: Nelly Furtado Theatre (180 Westmoreland Ave) - Wednesday May 11 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Each Ward18 Talks will focus on a specific topic, with the first one focusing on the environment. This inaugural event will also serve as an opportunity to provide your feedback to the City as part of the TransformTO climate action initiative. Please note that the first 30 minutes (6:30pm-7pm) will be a social for you to meet your neighbours. If you will be attending, please RSVP at http://www.anabailao.com/environment in order for us to accommodate all attendees for this event.
Gallery Galleria - Galleria Mall (1245 Dupont St) - Thursday May 12 to May 17
Gallery Galleria is a series of socially-engaged art projects in Toronto’s Galleria Shopping Centre. As one of the city’s first enclosed malls, the Galleria has retained much of its original architecture and interior design since its construction in 1972, enduring as a relic within the city’s evolving landscape. To mark this moment before the site’s transformation, Gallery Galleria responds to the shopping centre’s aesthetic qualities and celebrates its role as an informal gathering place for a variety of diverse communities.
Brockton Triangle Annual yard Sale and Art Crawl - Brockton Triangle - May 14 from 9am to 2pm
Ward 18 Community Environment Day - Dufferin Mall Parking Lot (900 Dufferin St) - May 14 from 10am to 2pm
My annual Community Environment Day is a great event to help keep our environment and our neighbourhood clean. Residents can drop off unwanted goods to be donated and reused. Hazardous Household wastes including cleaning supplies, batteries, electronics paints and oils can be brought to the event for safe disposal and recycling by Solid Waste Management staff. Residents can also pick up free compost for use in their homes and gardens.
Doors Open Toronto: DeRAIL - 1900 Dundas Street West - May 28 to May 29 from 10am to 5pm
DeRAIL launches in partnership with Doors Open Toronto in spring 2016, as a new curated platform for site-specific contemporary art, architecture situated within the vibrant urban landscape of the West Toronto Railpath. To learn more about this event, please click here.
100In1Day - June 4 All Day
Dundas West Fest - Dundas Street West - June 11 from 11am to 10pm
Portugal Day Parade - Lansdowne Avenue & Dundas Street West - June 12 starting at 11am
Push for Hope - Dovercourt Boys & Girls Club (180 Westmoreland Ave) - June 18 from 10am to 12pm
Canada Day Festival - MacGregor Park (346 Lansdowne Ave) - July 1 from 4pm to 6:30pm
501 Queen Streetcar to Divert Until October
Starting this Monday, May 9, streetcars on the 501/301 Queen route will divert due to City of Toronto watermain work on Queen St. W. between Bathurst St. and Spadina Ave.
Streetcars will divert both ways via Spadina Ave., King St. W. and Shaw St. Shuttle buses will run on Queen St. W. between Spadina Ave. and Shaw St. to assist customers and local businesses in the area.
Regular service will resume Sunday, Oct. 9.