Starting in July, Wednesday Market Days will resume at the Bloor-Borden Green P lot. The Bloor-Borden Market Advisory Committee has worked out the following plans with Farmers Market Ontario and six or so of the farmers.
We are hoping to have an online pre-order/pick-up service in the usual Green P lot.… Read more Farmers’ Market Back Soon (in a new form)
On Sat. April 25, dozens of people from Major St and beyond extended their nightly pot-banging “serenades” into an organized walk down the street to stand in front of the two longterm-care residences at the south end of the block. Rory Gus Sinclair led the way as piper,
… Read more Major St. honours Kensington Health
Dozens of volunteers are ready to help Harbord Villagers stay home and safe from coronavirus. They’re eager to make grocery and medication pickups and deal with other local chores—and they’re waiting to hear from you. Please contact email@example.com to be matched with an eager volunteer living nearby.
… Read more Let Your Neighbours Help!
You may have heard strange noises outside recently. Groups of neighbours step out on their porches or sidewalks every evening at 7:30pm (keeping the required 2-metre distance from each other) to bang on pots or make music. It’s a way of honouring the healthcare workers who put themselves at risk to keep us safe.
… Read more Serenade Our Healthcare Providers
UPDATE: It was a great day! For photos, see the Sept. 10 eblast newsletter and the Fall Fair page.
INVITATION: Come to Margaret Fairley Park to start the fall season — see how much fun,
… Read more 2019 Fall Fair, Sun. Sept. 8
Come to the south patio at 25 Brunswick on Sun. June 2, 1-3pm to pick up your pre-ordered tree from the City-supported program TreeForMe, and also to enjoy the fifth annual Harbord Village Plant Fair. Both events are organized and staffed by volunteers from the Harbord Village Gardeners’
… Read more Free Trees, Shrubs and Plants! HV Tree and Plant Fairs: Sun. June 2, 1-3pm, 25 Brunswick
HVRA has a long history of helping businesses connect with neighbours—and of producing thriving patios that are good neighbours.
Sidewalk patios in Harbord Village always tug at different needs and interests of business owners/clients and of the neighbourhood. After all, sidewalk patios are on public property.
… Read more Agreement Reached for Patio at 356 College St.
On Feb. 7, HVRA Board Member Bob Stambula made people listen when he told City Budget Committee about uncleared sidewalks in our area. Downtowners pay the same taxes as suburban residents, but we don’t get our sidewalks plowed by the city, even though we have more pedestrians.
… Read more Clear Our Sidewalks! HVRA speaker tells Budget Committee