Upcoming events: get busy!

On Wednesday, November 20, the Toronto Police will be hosting a gang prevention town hall.

Frontlines will be having its annual holiday brunch just before the parade:


The Weston Santa Claus Parade will be Sunday, November 24. You’d have to be a fool to miss the finest Santa Claus Parade in Ontario.

Santa on a float

The Masonic Temple on Weston will be hosting an open house right after the parade. It’s really cool, and you should stop by.

And St Philips will be having Jazz Vespers just after.


The Weston Historical Society will be hosting its 39th annual old-fashioned Christmas carol and hymn sing on Wednesday, December 4 from 7:30 until 9:00 pm at Central United Church.

Pumpkin Parade

Don’t miss the Weston Pumpkin Parade on November 1 at Elm Park from 6 to 8 pm. Bring your pumpkin and munchkins to have a walk through all the jack-o-lanterns. There’ll be hot chocolate, too.

Upcoming events


Shakespeare in Action is putting on “Sound and Fury”—their version of Macbeth, but with a twist. I’m so in.


“With the same sword they knight you
they gon’ good night you…
that ain’t even half what they might do”
– Jay Z

Music, dance, and spoken word collide in this sharp, bold, and accessible world-premiere of Shakespeare’s most haunting play, MACBETH.  Inspired by the sounds and poetry of 90s era hip hop music and performed by five diverse and dynamic actors, SOUND AND FURY is Marcel Stewart’s smart and imaginative adaptation that bursts with rhythms and lyrics, putting a contemporary spin on this classic story of bloody ambition.

The public performances will be  on Fridays and Saturdays from November 15th to December 7th at 8:00pm

Tickets are available here.

Frontlines is hosting “Roots and STEM” on Friday, November 22. It’s

a program for youth ages 13-17 where they are able to explore the world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, while exploring their cultural roots through Black History


Upcoming events

This Wednesday will be a super exciting day: the all-candidates debate. It will be held at Weston CI starting at 7. Be there and be square!

On Sunday, October 20, St Philip’s Anglican Church will be hosting a Jazz Vespers. It sounds great.

On November 29, the Diaz-Greco family will be hosting a fundraiser for infantile spasm research. Emma, their daughter, is a “miracle baby” and their inspiration.

Sine the last fundraiser, Emma was the first Canadian recipient of a kind of neurological pacemaker that stimulates her vagus nerve to prevent and treat seizures.