Upcoming events

Spring has sprung, and that means there are a million things to do! Get out and meet your neighbours in this awesome little village.


Jacqueline Storino has organized an Easter-egg hunt at Elm Park next SUNDAY, April 21 from 10 am to 12 noon. This is Weston’s second annual egg hunt. Man, I love this town!

You can drop off plastic eggs, chocolate eggs, Easter candy, or coffee and tea at Squibbs, at 55 Queens Drive, or at 69 MacDonald. They’d also appreciate an RSVP, I know, to plan for the craziness.


Perhaps when your kids are all hopped up (pun intended!), you can unleash them on Cruickshank Park to help tidy up!


The only thing better than Weston might be beer. So, clearly, the best thing in the world is Weston and beer.¹

Tan Ya Connors is hosting “Turn Back Time”, a photographic history of Weston, on Thursday, April 24 25, at Shacklands Brewing Company.

Join local history aficionado John Maniezzo as we review historical photos and share stories about our neighbourhood. Always a good time to meet your neighbours and enjoy a local brew.

The Weston Village Residents’ Association will be hosting their AGM at Artscape on Tuesday, May 14. The meeting starts at 7 and doors open at 6:30


Tan Ya Connors has also organized the Bee The Change! a pollinator’s party.

Sunday, June 9th promises to BEE an amazing time!

Black Creek Alliance is hosting a Pollinator Celebration!

Join us with special musical guests The Shuffle Demons, as we celebrate nature and beauty in unexpected places. Enjoy local music, wonderful food, learn about native plants make a bee hotel, or seed bomb your own back yard! We’ll share more details soon.

Bee there or bee square!


¹Not true. Weston+beer+cigarettes. But Shacklands is non-smoking.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

One thought on “Upcoming events”

  1. I am a Weston author/artist –would like to invite folks to my book launch and art show for May 11th 3pm-5pm
    FREE ADMISSION
    refreshments provided
    location: 1548 Kipling Ave (one block north of Eglinton) at Richmond Baptist Church
    book and information on Amazon.ca
    “Beyond Pain: Livin’ La Vita”
    L.C. Di Marco

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