Upcoming events

Big events are coming up.

Canada Day is always great in Weston. There will be a celebration and fireworks at Weston Lions Park.

There will also be a celebration in Amesbury Park.


The Cultural Hotspot dance party kickoff will be this Friday, July 5, under the lights of Nyctophilia.


Weston’s amazing Buskerfest will be July 20th. It’s a blast, and looks to be extra great this year. Trapeze artists?!

 

NNO a smash

Neighbours’ Night Out was a smash this year. The weather was wonderful, and hundreds of people came out to listen to live music, eat, and  just hang out.

Neighbours’ Night Out is, if you ask me, one of Weston’s highlights—up there with the Santa Claus Parade. But things keep getting better. This year, I think more community organizations than ever were there: off the top of my head, the WHCD, Frontlines, some weirdos who think that sweating is fun, and Shakespeare in Action. Some great-looking vendors were there, too—but I ran out of time because I talk too much.

 

 

 

Upcoming events

 

Neighbours’ Night Out BBQ – Weston Village

This is the 15th annual Neighbour’s Night Out Barbeque! Come down to Elm Street between King St and Church St. from 5:45 PM for this big community celebration! Burgers and hot dogs including a drink are available for just $2, while supplies last, and there will be plenty of fun for the whole family! Click here for more information!

 


Frontlines, located at 1844 Weston Road is having a free summer barbeque! Check out the fun activities, grab a free hot dog, burger, or drink, and learn about Frontlines and the great services and resources they offer.


And, if your cardiovascular system can take it, Councillor Nunziata will be hosting a Canada Day party at Lions Park. It’s always… a blast.

I will be hosting my annual Canada Day party on July 1 at Weston Lions Park. This is a huge family-friendly event, with lots of food, fun, and entertainment! Come out any time from 5-10:30 PM and be sure to stick around for the amazing fireworks show at 10 PM!

 

Upcoming events

The Weston King Neighbourhood Centre invites you to their AGM on Tuesday, June 25, at 7 pm.


The Mount Dennis BIA is hosting Coffee Culture the last Thursday of every month until fall at supercoffee, and is starting it with a dance party kick-off. The party will be July 5, under the lights at Nyctophilia.

Awesome week in Weston

Boy, it was a cracking week in Weston.

The June Fair was a huge success. The weather was perfect, and hundreds of people turned out. There were bouncy castles, hamburgers from Zeal Burger, and great games and prizes. On a melancholy note, both Ms Madarasz and Ms Sestito announced their retirements.


The Queens’ Drive (and neighbourhood) annual garage sale was awesome, as usual, today.

William selling the best lemonade on Queens Drive.
Cherri and Leslie on King, raising money for the Weston Historical Society

Upcoming events

Mount Dennis ecoNeighbourhood Green Energy Panel

On Monday, the Mount Dennis Community Association will host a panel discussing Mount Dennis’ progress toward becoming a net-zero ecoNeighbourhood. The event is at the Mount Dennis Public Library, and doors will open at 6:00


On Tuesday, June 11, Mike Sullivan, our former MP will be showing a film, Being Poor Makes You Poorer. Yafet Tewelde, who would like to be our new MP, will be attending.


Saturday, June 15, will be the official opening of the Weston Farmers’ Market.

Upcoming events

Weston Memorial’s annual June Fair will be Thursday, June 6. It’s always a blast.


The Queens Drive Garage sale will be Saturday, June 8. If you’ve never been, you must. It’s a wonderful Weston tradition.


The Black Creek Alliance is hosting a community fair on Sunday, June 9. There will be live music! Sounds great.


UrbanArts has announced a new program for seniors: ‘1000 Words’ will run every Tuesday at 1 pm at the York West Active Living Centre.

The ‘1000 Words’ project is an arts-based storytelling program that will enable seniors to share their life experiences through a variety of artistic disciplines. Seniors will reflect on the past, present and future through a variety of arts including collage-making, illustrations, mixed media painting and photography. All workshops will be facilitated by a trained arts professional. The program will culminate in an exhibition that will be open to the public and feature the works created by the seniors alongside portraits taken by youth throughout the project.