Friday, October 23, 2009

Two Junction events this weekend

West Toronto Junction Historical Society

WILD, WILD, JUNCTION


HISTORICAL MYSTERY TOUR


It was a night of Legend, the night they closed the bars in the Junction.  The newspapers claimed ten thousand men in the streets.  The women weren’t even counted although they’d made their voice heard.  West Toronto Junction was about to embark on a dry sea of temperance: the Local Option.  But how wild could a town get to have to close down its own bars?  Join us to find out for our fall fund raiser!


2PM, Sunday, Oct. 25, beginning at the Troubadour, 3071 Dundas West (south side just east of Quebec) and ending at Shox (2827Dundas St. W. just east of Keele.)


For father information, contact, Neil Ross


See Poster at Junction Parents Blog here




and the


Junction BIA


*The Junction Pumpkin Fest & Scary Halloween Movies Event*


The Junction BIA, and the Rue Morgue House of Horror invite you and your family to The Junction Pumpkin fest & Scary movies event held at The Junction Train station (Dundas/Pacific) on Saturday, Oct 24.


Come join the fun! We will have pumpkin drawing and pumpkin carving for everyone.


Kids 1 to 4 years old can decorate pumpkins (with parental assistance), while kids 5 to 12-years-old can carve their own pumpkins. All the necessary materials are provided free of charge. And the pre-Halloween festivities don’t end there! The evening will see a selection of family-friendly classic spooky movies (not too scary) projected at the Junction Train Station. Seating, hot chocolate and treats will be provided – and it’s all free of charge. Dress warmly!


see poster at the Junction Parents blog here




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