Canadian Junction: Town, City and Country by Neil Ross June 11, 2017 at Lambton House

Sunday @ Lambton House, Sunday June 11, 2017 at 2:00 pm (doors open at 12:30 pm) presents a one act play, Canadian Junction: Town, City and Country.  Canadian Junction is a Canada 150 project of the West Toronto Junction Historical Society.

Hey, friends and fans of Junction History, it’s the Junction onstage! CANADIAN JUNCTION: Town, City and Country by Neil Ross

Join Eileen Brown, Mikaela Cordero and Neil Ross for a reading of a new one-act play about the Junction experience and the birth of Canada.

Featuring, from the Junction’s past:  Nursing student Anne Leun who broke the colour barrier at a downtown Toronto theatre. Merchant and philanthropist Mrs. Brown – who introduced the telephone to the Junction. Journalist A.B. Rice – for sixty years the Junction was his beat.  Also a special guest interview with two-time Governor General Christopher Moore on 1867: How the Fathers Made a Deal.

Plus highlights of the upcoming Walk the SixWest . . . History on the Humber on August 5 featuring six historical/theatrical presentations celebrating Canadian diversity.  Detail to follow

This reading and History on the Humber are presented under the banner of Heritage York in association with the Etoboicoke Historical Society, the Swansea Historical Society, the Sunnyside Historical Society and the West Toronto Junction Historical Society with assistance from Ontario 150.

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