Join us for our first online AGM! Agenda includes financial and other reports, election of 2020–21 area representatives and board (see the list below), Q&A with Ward 11 Councillor Mike Layton and MPP Jessica Bell, and area caucuses to address local issues.
With COVID-19 restrictions, our annual Fall Fair had to be cancelled. However, we are pleased to announce new ways to celebrate our community and support our local businesses. These self-directed activities for different ages will get neighbours out exploring Harbord Village in a new way.
Wednesday Market Days are here again from 3 to 7 pm at the Bloor-Borden Green P lot. Seven farmers now bring fresh produce, using plans for socially-distanced pickup worked out by the Bloor-Borden Market Advisory Committee and Farmers Market Ontario.
For almost three months from late March to late June, residents of Major Street spent 10 minutes every evening banging pots, marching and dancing — two metres apart, but close in spirit. During the summer months, the gatherings were held weekly on Wednesday evenings.
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’
UPDATE: It was another great neighbourhood event at Margaret Fairley Park! The day was cool, windy, and cloudy, but the rain held off. Crowds enjoyed music, games, food and drink, raffles and a silent auction. Our promise of the best party of the year came true again.