EVENTS

Christmas Bazaar
Reserve the date for this annual Christmas Bazaar.  Enjoy Armour Heights’ famous homemade pies and baking, visit the spectacular artisans and get ready for the upcoming season!
Saturday, November 16th 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Armour Heights Presbyterian Church (105 Wilson)

 

Christmas Kitchen
Reserve this date for  Christmas Kitchen 2019 at St. Timothy’s Church.  All the goodies you need for Christmas in one place.  Tourtieres, pecan pies, jams and jellies, ginger bread, butter tarts, mincemeat tarts, soups, home baked loaves, and much more.  A special Young Shopper’s Room. Santa Pictures. A giant Silent Auction and Sam’s “Ham on a Bun” lunch café.
Saturday, November 30th 10:00 am to 1:30 pm
St. Timothy’s Church (100 Old Orchard Grove)

 

Fall fest on Upper Avenue – Saturday, October 19th
Our Businesses on Upper Avenue between Joicey and Roe put on a very enjoyable Fall fest – a fall-themed “open house” event to celebrate our vibrant Upper Avenue community on Saturday, October 19th.   Councillor Colle and his Staff made a great piping hot minestrone soup.  Good turnout and everyone enjoyed the events/giveaways/specials.  We will be starting the planning soon for an even bigger and better event in 2020!

Fall Fest on Upper Avenue

Supported by:  Councillor Mike Colle, the Upper Avenue Community Association, the Bedford Park Residents Organization, the South Armour Heights Residents’ Association and the Ledbury Park Connects Group.

Community Events

Festive Light Lunch & Folk Dancing – A holiday festive light lunch featuring Karen Millyard teaching some English historical folk dancing. Lunch will be served after the dancing at 11:30 am. Tuesday, Nov 26 10:30-11:30 am at Armour Heights Presbyterian Church. RSVP by calling 416-485-4000.

 

Federal Candidates’ Meetings

The Lytton Park Residents’ Organization hosted a very successful/well organized Candidates’ meeting on Wednesday, October 2 at 7:00 pm at Eglinton St. Georges United Church.  Our thanks to LPRO for arranging this opportunity for us to hear the opinions of the Candidates. As well, LPRO has tabulated the responses of the Candidates to 50 Questionslpro-candidate-questionnaire-results-oct-2-2019_r4-final

 

14th Annual Neighbours’ Night Out on June 18 2019

We had a great evening for the 14th Annual Neighbours’ Night Out!  This year we visited the Northern portion of the SAHRA area, holding the event in front of 2 Armour Blvd.

The firetruck/firemen were there as well as the police car/policemen – the children had great fun climbing about/experimenting.  We all enjoyed the ice cream and the colourful ballons – thanks to Baskin Robbins and Party Rock.

Thanks as well to our Raffle sponsors for the great prizes – The Miller Tavern, York Mills Eyecare and the Bank of Montreal.

Special thanks to our Volunteers who helped make it a successful event – Joanne Alter, Lynda Holloway, Michelle Nichol, Johan Duker, Robin Dunbar, Heather Crawford, Wendy Johnson, Eileen Su and our student volunteers Madison Wang and Tess Gillanders.

See below for a link to photos of the event.

A good time was had by all!

 

Photos from the Neighbour Night Out are available in the Posts listing (on the right hand side of the screen) at https://sahratoronto.com/

But there is also a new page under News called Our Photo Album with links to the Annual General Meeting as well as the Neighbour Night Out Photos at https://sahratoronto.com/news/photo-album/

Armour Heights Community Centre Programs

The Armour Heights Community Centre provides programs for Children and Tiny Tots.  The goal of this not-for-profit community group is to provide our community with quality daytime, after-school, weekend and summer programming for infants, toddlers, children and teens. Here is a sample of the Spring Poster.
AHCC Spring Poster 2019

  

ROM – 3rd Monday Nights Free

The Royal Ontario Museum has announced a new initiative that will enable members of the public to visit the Museum free of charge once a month.  3rd Monday Nights Free furthers their commitment to provide greater access to the Museum and open the doors of the ROM to as many visitors as possible.  This program is supported by the TD Bank Group and The Bennett Family Foundation.  The program was launched on April 15th.  The ROM is offering the public complimentary access to the Museum’s 40 galleries, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on the third Monday of each month.  Entry to feature exhibitions such as Zuul: Life of an Armoured Dinosaur and Treasures of a Desert Kingdom: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur will be separately ticketed and subject to a surcharge.  Working with their community partners, these evenings will also feature local artists and performers, further enhancing the Monday night experience.

 

Interested in Organized Walks?

Review the following websites for Walks of interest to you.

ROM Walks

The Program for the 2019 Season is available on their site in pdf format.  Most of the ROM walks are free and you do not have to be a Member, but there are some walks that are for Members only.

https://wwwrom.on.ca/en/whats-on/romwalks

Heritage Toronto Walks

Heritage Toronto has not published their 2019 Program but it is to be available shortly.

http://heritagetoronto.org/programs/tours/

Rouge River National Park

Guided tours are available.  The Program for April 2019 is available on their site.

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge/activ/guide

 

COMMUNITY CAFÉ

COMMUNITY CAFÉ is a pilot project organized by the Health Ministry Team of the Armour Heights Presbyterian Church and Mosaic Community Resource Centre. Mosaic will provide a facilitator and Armour Heights will host. This is an opportunity for seniors to gather, share, listen and engage in various topics of broad interest. Unlike our lunch and learn events which are more focused on listening, community café is intended to include more engaged participation to exercise the mind and spirit toward greater health long term. Topics will be announced each month.

 

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