Walk past the window of this storefront just east of Croft Street, and you’ll see the sign from Mandel’s Creamery, once a bustling enterprise on Baldwin. Read about the sign, the Mandel family, and the long Jewish history in our area in a Toronto Star story by Sarah-Joyce Battersby;
“Though it’s sandwiched between the Annex and a bustling stretch of College, Harbord Village still has a sleepy, tucked-away feel, with its picturesque homes and trees dotting the area.” That’s what a 4-page story in Now Magazine says, headlined “Harbord Village.”
At the HVRA Spring meeting on May 18, two students received awards for their essays on the topic “How I Made My Community Better.” Maya Retzleff, in grade 4 at Lord Lansdowne, and Liya Tadesse, in grade 12 at Central Tech,
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FROM: CBC News Online Posted: Jun 22, 2016 7:25 PM ET; Last Updated: Jun 22, 2016 8:28 PM ET
6:30–8:30 pm, UTS Auditorium, 371 Bloor W.
Let’s make sure Harbord Village is well-represented at a public consultation meeting this Thursday. City Planning has prepared a Bloor Block Study to update zoning rules on Bloor from Walmer to St. George. That’s just on the edge of Harbord Village,
Sat. May 21, 8:30 – 5 pm, corner Robert and Harbord
(New date, much better weather: promise!)
All proceeds go to the Stephen Lewis Foundation and the Alexandra Park Scadding Court Scholarship Fund.