Other Local Groups

Harbord Village residents work together in many inventive ways to improve the neighbourhood. The notes below describe recreational and other opportunities provided by groups other than the HVRA. Links are given for more information; they will take you outside the HVRA website.

Families splashing in Central Tech poolCentral Tech Community Swim

The Central Tech pool is open to the public every Saturday 2-4pm, from late September to the May long weekend. Donations at the door of $3 per person pay the lifeguards. Sections for lap swim, family fun, and diving. Everyone welcome! Inquire about booking kids’ parties. Where: Lennox and Lippincott, southeast of Bathurst, door 16. Contact: centraltechpool@gmail.com.

Farmer's market with people and produce. Photo by Wendy Smith. Farmers’ Market

From early June until late October, Wednesdays 3-7 pm, in the Green P parking lot between Borden and Lippincott just south of Bloor; a Verified Local Farmers market. Buy real farm produce, including fruit, vegetables, meat, honey and baked goods. Meet your neighbours, enjoy musicians and kids’ games, and revel in the abundance of healthy food.

image from FHV Facebook pageFriends of Harbord Village

Sign up on Facebook to become a member of this active group communicating about neighbourhood events and questions. It’s a great place to request or contribute information about yard sales, rentals, lost or found pets, or people to do home repairs. (NOTE: The Facebook page called simply “Harbord Village” is mainly a collection of real-estate ads tagged #harbordvillage. The Friends of Harbord Village page is an interactive bulletin board moderated by residents.)

Community Clean Up 2019Harbord Village Community Clean Up

This community group organizes the yearly Harbord Village Clean Up, usually in April, just in time for spring. Cheerful photographs from the 2019 cleanup can be found here. For more information and to volunteer contact harbordvillageclean@gmail.com.

HVRA Fall Fair 2016, Nags Player with panto horseNags Players

This community theatre group meets at the Tranzac Club at 292 Brunswick. They put on three shows a year, including a child-friendly pantomime in December, and they keep us amused at the Fall Fair too. Follow what they’re up to on their website. They have a lot of fun preparing shows and are always glad of new members.