Events this week

Thursday May 24 th

Critical St. John the Evangelist meeting next 7pm at 80 Sheppard Avenue East, Toronto, ON

Trustees will be voting on putting St John at the top of the capital funding list for Catholic schools.

Dave Bennett, Chair of the PSAC, says “It is URGENT that we have as many supporters as possible attend this vote; as other schools are also delegating. PLEASE COME!”

 

May 26 & 27, Doors Open Toronto: Weston Library, Ward Funeral Home and Masonic Hall. Weston Historical Society.

2035 Weston Road 
Telephone: 416-241-4618
Saturday:
3 pm to 5 pm, Last admittance: 5:00
Sunday:
10 am to 1 pm, Last admittance: 1:30
For almost one hundred years the Ward Family has been serving the Weston community with this stately and convenient location. A funeral home serving Weston in the 1800’s was operated by the Gardhouse Family which was then purchased by the Wright… more.
Accessibility:
Full
Washrooms:
Yes
Parking:
Free
Website:

 

Weston Branch, Toronto Public Library – NEW!

2 King St
Telephone: 416-394-1016
Saturday:
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday:
Not open
On January 2, 1913 Carnegie Corporation of New York granted $10,000 to the Weston Public Library Board to construct a public library. On December 31, 1914 Weston Public Library opened at the northeast corner of Weston Road and King Street. On April 2… more.
Accessibility:
Full
Washrooms:
Yes
Parking:
Free
Website:

 

Weston Historical Society Archives – NEW!

1901 Weston Rd Unit: F Floor : 1st
Telephone: 416-249-6663
Saturday:
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday:
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Originally the site of the Eagle Hotel, today’s Eagle Manor houses the Weston Historical Society Archives. These archives are home to unique artifacts that help tell the story of “city builders” that first helped to build the village of Weston. Wil… more.
Accessibility:
Full
Washrooms:
Yes
Parking:
Free
Parking:
Paid
Website:

 

Weston Masonic Building – NEW!

2040 Weston Rd
Telephone: 416-243-6457
Saturday:
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Last admittance: 3:30
Sunday:
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Last admittance: 3:30
A charter was granted for Humber Masonic Lodge on July 9th, 1874. After meeting in a variety places in Weston village it was decided the Lodge needed a permanent home. A company was formed with an authorized capital of $40,000.00 to find a property C… more.
Accessibility:
Partial
Washrooms:
Yes
Parking:
Free
Parking:
Paid