Activities Toronto’s 175th Anniversary


Photo from Councillor Sandercook's office window

March 6 2009 the city of Toronto has planned a bunch of activities Toronto’s 175th Anniversary

from the cities site:

To mark Toronto’s 175th Anniversary on March 6, 2009, City Hall will open its doors and invite residents in to celebrate the heritage, unity and diversity of our city through music, literature and art.

City Hall will be transformed into an exhibition hall featuring art installations, spoken word, dance and music. Special programming will also commemorate the City’s early history.

City site links to areas of interest below

Friday, March 6, 12 to 9 p.m.
blue bullet Visual Art
blue bullet Literary
blue bullet Book Launch – Toronto’s Visual Legacy
blue bullet Theatre
blue bullet Film
blue bullet Music
blue bullet Kids and Families
blue bullet Activities on Nathan Phillips Square

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  1. Dear Junctioneer:
    Here is a link to an interesting article about a celebration of Toronto’s birthday at the City Hall on Friday, March 6, 2009.
    Happy Birthday Toronto from the Junction, by Neil Ross
    Happy Birthday Toronto from the Junction

    Next Centennial event in the Junction on May 1st:

    Come Home to the Junction!

    Amalgamation Celebration
    1909 – 2009
    West Toronto Junction joins the City of Toronto

    MAY 1, 2009
    6 pm – 11 pm


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