FROM ON HIGH: An overhead look of the West Don Lands development, with a nice view of the reconstructed Cherry Street. Photo courtesy Dundee-Kilmer.
BlogTO’s Derek Flack has compiled some great archive photos of Corktown — it’s a fantastic look through history. Take some time and explore. (And the CRBA and corktown.ca get a nice shout-out!)
Urban Toronto takes a tour of the renovated Nelson Mandela Public School at Shuter Street & Sumach, which just opened its doors after a long construction process. Take a peek.
At the Brickworks this week, Evergreen Cityworks presents the latest in their Innovation Talks series, with a panel discussion on opportunities for public art on the Lower Don Trail. The event will run this Tuesday, April 16 at 7 p.m. Tickets are just $10 and are available online.
On Friday, April 19, head to the Gilead for another instalment of the Gilead Wine Bar. From 6 to 10 p.m., you’ll enjoy great drink deals with lots of favourites. No reservations required — just pop by.
Don’t forget that Saturday, April 20 marks the mayor’s city-wide Clean Toronto Together event. In Corktown, we’re holding a local clean-up of the path between Power Street and St. Paul. Join us at 10 a.m — more details here.
Lastly, with the weather getting warmer, remember to get out there and support our local businesses in Corktown. Ethel 20th Century Living would sure love to see you stop by, as would Far Away Eyes, who have just posted some information about their new products to their website.
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