This Sunday will mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
The City of Toronto hosts several civic ceremonies; the nearest to us will be in the York Memorial Collegiate Auditorium. It will start at 10:45.
At sundown, bells across Toronto will be rung 100 times to mark the 100 years since the signing of the armistice. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like any churches or community groups in Weston have yet registered with the city to announce their participation; perhaps, dear reader, if you are a member of a church, you could ask?
The Weston Historical Society will be hosting its annual Hymn Sing on December 5. They are also
looking for two people to tell their Christmas memories… We would prefer the memories be of Weston but they don’t have to be. They should be no longer than 5 minutes and can be about anything related to Christmas. They don’t have to be of long ago, just good memories from the holidays.
Come and glad-hand with the Minister and York South-Weston MP himself this Saturday in his office at 99D Ingram Drive. It all gets going at 12 noon and ends at 2:00 pm. Mr. Hussen will be ‘providing updates to the community’ at this event.
His office is asking residents to RSVP by calling 416-656-2526 or emailing [email protected] if you have any questions.