As always on November 1, Harbord Street was glowing with pumpkins from Spadina to Borden. There were ghouls and ghosts and monsters and super heroes and, of course, one or two Donald Trumps. The chill of the night was warmed by hot cider from Her Father’s Cider Bar and Clay Design and steaming chai from Elchi Chai Shop topped off with cookies and butter tarts from Harbord Bakery.
On Saturday, 14 October, The Doctors’ Parkette and Margaret Fairley Park were officially opened. Councillor Cressy praised HVRA for providing support and interest in helping to create these two wonderful, green additions to the neighbourhood. Special thanks were given to Richard Longley for his vigilance and interest in the renovation of The Doctors’
If you’ve been strolling the lanes in NW Harbord Village, you might have noticed a team of artists painting colourful murals on garage doors along David French and Barbara Barrett lanes. This neighbourhood beautification project was sponsored by Transact and Street ART Toronto,
Mark your calendars now for the AGM set for Oct. 18, from 6:30-9 pm at 45 Brunswick Avenue.
Guest Speaker: Andrew Farncombe, City Planning, “Harbord Village in the Vision of the New Downtown”
Find out what’s new and newsworthy,
Everyone who was in Margaret Fairley Park on Sunday, Sept. 10, would agree that this year’s HVRA Fall Fair was a great success. From noon to 6 pm, the music never stopped nor did the good times. Kids ran between face painting to dancing to swinging in the play area.
Margaret Fairley Park at the corner of Brunswick and Ulster is definitely open for business.
The many, many months of hard work and discussions by the Friends of Margaret Fairley Park and the City have resulted in a park that offers something for just about everyone.