Friday, 29 June 2012

Happy Canada Day Pride!

Hello Cabbagetowners and Welcome to the Long Weekend!

There are plenty of fun activities going on in the city this weekend; from Canada Day celebrations to the Pride Parade and not to forget the Jazz Festival which ends on Sunday.

Let's get started with some ways to celebrate right here in Cabbagetown.

Cel­e­brate this Pride Week and Canada Day with Nathalie Prézeau’s “Toronto Urban Strolls… for girl­friends”, a guide to redis­cov­er­ing Toronto’s neigh­bor­hoods, includ­ing our very own Cab­bage­town.

This guide allows you to pick your per­fect stroll by neigh­bor­hood or activ­ity, like a relax­ing walk after a tasty break­fast at a charm­ing restau­rant, a walk to lead you to deli­cious desserts in a cute café, shop­ping at trendy bou­tiques or a great place for after­noon drinks.

Prézeau’s “Toronto Urban Strolls… for girl­friends” is a handy and enter­tain­ing way to enjoy Toronto. Drop by Labour of Love to pick up your copy this week­end.

Did you know Toronto has one of the largest organized Pride festivals in the world? 
Get your rainbow gear on and celebrate! 

Labour of Love store hours this weekend are:
Saturday 10am - 8pm
Closed on Sunday and Monday

Happy Pride! 

MJG Gallery is continuing it's non-themed Summer show featuring work by 25+ artists. 
 This week, the gallery is open June 29th to July 1st. 
555 Parliament St. 

Painting of the week:
Stev'nn Hall's 42"x42", oil on wood "White Knuckles" certainly packs a punch and is a definite statement piece you can be proud of.

True Colours
Rolling out their welcome mat for Toronto Pride. KENDALL & Co is one of the friendliest shops in town and they show it with their rainbow colour 2' x 3' welcome mat.
For this and other items to make yourself feel right at home, look for their brilliantly pink shop at 227 Carlton St.
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KENDALL & Co's bold & beautiful New Zealand Wool Rugs are in a league of their own.
And now you can save some green on select styles, like their colourful ivy hand-hooked rug. 
Just one of their fabulous easy-care indoor/outdoor rugs.
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Click the link to see their 25% OFF RUG SALE. Limited quantities until July 4th! 
Get yours now.

Proudly Canadian

KENDALL & Co's custom furniture is locally made with 30 years of tradition. Their designers can personalize yours with a wide range of fabrics, styles and finishes. 

To see and feel the quality of their furniture, visit their showroom at 227 Carlton St. 

Store Hours:
10-6 Weekdays + 11-5pm Saturdays 

What's On 

Jazz Fest in Cabbagetown, African Culture, Island Music, Happy Canada Day, Pride Parades and more. Find out what's happening this long weekend with KENDALL & Co's weekly guide.

The Epicure Shop
Come celebrate Canada Day at The Epicure Shop.
All of their weekly specials this week are 100% Canadian and 100% Delicious.
Try the #1 seller in Quebec - La Sauvagine and everyday favourite - OKA
And be sure to pick up some of their famous Roast Beef from Montreal (preservative free)
The shop will be closed Sunday but will be OPEN Monday, July 2nd, 2012 from 9am - 6:30pm.
473 Parliament Street

Business Spotlight: Profile
Heather Atkinson - Registered Massage Therapist
“The body talks; my hands are here to listen.” 

This is my personal philosophy when it comes to how I provide massage therapy care for my clients. Playing with a synchronized balance of knowledge, intuition and technique, I direct my treatment plans to address the person's needs and up the path for optimal change in tissue health.

I joined Dr. Majda Mekis in September 2011, and have enjoyed the overall air of Cabbagetown life. Growing up outside of Toronto, I have a special light in my heart for that sense of community and 'know thy neighbour'. That sense of community is really abundant here, and it's wonderful!

Since becoming a Registered Massage Therapist in 2003, I have had enriching experiences helping clients meet their health goals. Not only by means of  massage therapy but by also incorporating elements of Reiki and Thai Massage training. I treat those seeking care for a range of soft-tissue conditions, repetitive strains, stress-relief, sports-related training, pregnancy, and chronic ailments. My clients range from stay-at-home parents to corporate office workers, from artists to national athletes. For a number of years now, I have also worked directly with the movie and television industries, and provided massage for international recording artists and their touring management and crew.   

During your treatment I encourage clients to go on their own journey. Whether that be to increase their body-awareness, to enjoy the affects of symptom relief, a mindful meditation, or quite simply time to figure out what to make for dinner; It's your time to just be.

Office Hours:                                      
Monday: 9am - 7pm                           
Wednesday: 9am - 7pm                    
Friday: 9am – 7pm

Fee Schedule (includes HST):
2hrs - $190.00
90min. - $140.40
60min. - $91.80
45min. - $70.20
30 min. $48.60

Announcements from our Neighbours

Occupy Glen Murray's Office
Students peacefully occupied the Parliament Street constituency office of Traning, Colleges, and Universities Minister Glen Murray on Friday, June 22. The occupation served to highlight two crucial issues: the ongoing struggle against a 75% tuition fee increase in Quebec; and opposition to skyrocketing tuition fees in Ontario that have risen by 71% in the high end over the last six years, and made this province the most expensive in which to pursue post-secondary education.

In the 2011 provincial elections, the Liberal Party consistently promised students and their families relief through a 30% tuition fee reduction. Instead they instituted a complicated grant program that less than a third of Ontario's almost one million college and university students were eligbile for. Less than a quarter of Ontario students have actually received the grant to date.

Students have put forward thoughtful and cost-effective solutions to the government, including a presentation to the Finance Committee that asked for the Ontario Tuition Grant funds and money generated by the new 2% income tax to be used to deliver a real 25% tuition fee reduction for all students.

Student will continue to organize throughout the summer and into the fall to demand real change, real tuition fee reductions and a real strategy for post-secondary education that puts struggling students and their families first.
"Students in Quebec and in Ontario are tired of paying for poor government decisions and understand the importance of affordable post-secondary education," says Alastair Woods, a York student participating in the occupation. "Until our government recognizes and acts on this priority, students will continue to fight."

For further information: 
Sarah Jayne King, Chairperson: 416.925.3825


Cabbagetown Theatre Company is holding auditions for its upcoming pantomine production of 
"Cinderella: if the shoe fits..."
The show is part of the 2012 Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts and runs September 7, 8, and 9.
Check out this link on our Facebook Festival page for roles needed

Or call 416.593.2571  to book your audition.

Welcoming a New Resident and her Guide Dog to Cabbagetown

Molly and her guide dog Gypsy, are moving into the neighbourhood this weekend, let's welcome them with open arms.

The BIA has been provided with a brief instructional on how to approach a visually impaired individual and their guide dog team. If you would like one, please visit the office at 237 Carlton Street or visit the links below to familiarize yourself with the laws associated with guide dogs

Blind Persons’ Rights Act summary, with link to the Blind Persons’ Rights Act, Ontario 1990

Government of Ontario Accessibility Standard for Customer Service: Getting Started guide for small business owners and employers.

Cabbagetowners in Action

Supporting Our Youth (SOY) is a dynamic community development program for LGBT youth that recognizes and promotes the intrinsic value of art as a tool for social and personal development. SOY works with youth and community partners to create spaces where youth feel safe and respected enough to explore all of their identities, and many youth embark on positive, empowering journeys of artistic self-expression. 
Art forms include creative writing, sculpture, dance, photography, music and video. 
Youth develop and showcase their talents as artists and performers, and build inter-generational and inter-cultural bridges and communities with adult artists as mentors. 
Supporting Our Youth received a cash prize of $15,000 at the 2012 Toronto Arts Foundation Awards.
The two finalists, Art Starts and Regent Park Focus Youth Media Arts Centre, received $2,000 each.

Art City - Woodbine Beach Mural 

Art City is a non-for-profit organization committed to providing free and accessible, multidisciplinary art programs to the children and youth of St. James Town between the ages of 6-13. 

  Over the last few months the youth at Art City have been working on a 240 foot mural that focuses on the wild and plant life of Woodbine Beach. On June 20th the boards were installed at Queen and Woodbine. 
Check out the ongoing projects that are happening with our neighbourhood kids

Friday, 22 June 2012

It's Summertime!

Welcome to another wonderful week of Cabbagetown News!

We would like to THANK YOU for your continual support in our community news updates.
We are always looking for submissions and can be reached at

Our Business Spotlight last week featured the Cabbagetown Chiropractic Health Centre and a profile on Dr. Mekis.

Check out the link below if you missed it last week...

This week we get to know Sandy Badgley, B.A., R.H.N.
Get to know Cabbagetown Chiropractic Health Centre's newest addition through her own words:

"As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN), I help people achieve their personal health goals by providing nutritional and stress management guidance, meal plans with recipes using whole foods, and ongoing support.

Services include a Dietary Review ($90) for those who just want a bit of help in eating better, a Nutritional Analysis ($150) for those with existing health conditions or with specific objectives, a Kitchen Raid ($90/hr.) to find out what’s really lurking in your cupboards and a Grocery Store Tour ($90/hr.) to learn how to make healthy choices when you are shopping.  
Discounted package pricing that includes follow-up meetings is available for the Dietary Review and Nutritional Analysis services. 

I work with clients with chronic, inflammatory and stress-related conditions such as diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity, fibromyalgia and digestive issues among others, as well as people who are simply looking to improve their diets.  

Proper nutrition is an essential part of overall wellness and can help boost results from services of other health care practitioners. I have been a Cabbagetown resident for six years and have always loved that it is a true neighbourhood where you can really get to know your neighbours and business owners.  It is what drew me and my husband here in the first place and the main reason that I wanted to have my practice in Cabbagetown.  It’s home. I take a very personalized approach in working with my clients.  I take the time to get to know them and make recommendations suited to their individual needs."

You can visit Sandy and the Cabbagetown Chiropractic Health Centre team at 214 Carlton Street by appointment only, 416 922 3020.

Labour of Love
We're celebrating Teachers today and Labour of Love allows you to express your appreciation through these elegant, thoughtful gift ideas for the educators in your life. 

Whether you're thanking classroom assistances, or your own child's teachers, you'll find creative ideas that fit your budget. Drop by this weekend and let them help you find the perfect gift!

Store hours:
Monday - Saturday 10am - 8pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm

For more information visit or catch them on Facebook

MJG Gallery
Mark has no set show-theme for this or next month but is featuring a wide selection of fantastic original art, including artists who are new to the space.

Painting of the Week:
Cabbagetown's own Bev Jenkins' "Bluebell Wood" is oil on canvas, 30"Hx40"W. 
Offered at MJG Gallery
555 Parliament St. 

Kendall & Co
With our hot summer weather, the water hose must be out in full force and put to good use.
KENDALL & Co's Cast Iron Bird Wall Mount Garden Hose Holder will keep things nice and tidy after the lawns, flowers and veggies have quenched their thirst.  Find this and other nature inspired home accessories, exclusively at KENDALL & Co, for your home or cottage.
227 Carlton St. 
10-6 Monday + 11-5 Saturday  

What's On
Champagne and Strawberries, Music and Dance, Dinosaurs and Dragons ….. Find out what's on in Cabbagetown and around our fine city with KENDALL & Co. 
To subscribe to their weekly guide, simply email   

A masterpiece of 1970's modern lighting design, the chrome shade hovers above the work surface. This striking design by Peter Hamburger is currently part of the Museum of Modern Art's collection. 
249 Gerrard Street East
Tel: 416 934 9009 

Noon to 7pm Wednesday through Saturday 
Noon to 6pm Sunday 

Don Vale Cabbagetown Resident's Association

Please join us for a free evening of dance, food, music and history as Patricia Beatty, dancer, teacher, choreographer and co-founder of Toronto Dance Theatre talks about her preparation for a life in dance and her experience as a woman working at the Toronto Dance Theater.
5:45-6:15 Registration and snacks
6:15-6:30 George Rust-D’Eye, Cabbagetown Historian
6:30-7:00 Patricia Beatty, Keynote speaker
7:00-7:15 Dance performance by Danielle Baskerville,music by Arvo Pärt
7:15-8:00 Closing remarks and mingling
Delicious food and drinks kindly provided by the following Cabbagetown establishments:
Merryberry Café & Bistro

Absolute Bakery

JETFUEL Coffee Shop

519 Parliament Street

589 Parliament Street

559 Parliament Street
Not to be missed...
Three gifted dancesmiths Kiri Figueiredo, Michael Caldwell and Shannon Litzenberger explore the hidden corners of human nature in a physically intense hour of dance. The Gravity Hour features four compelling new works that rise and fall through moments of tension, jealousy, loneliness and regret. It takes ‘screaming into your pillow’ to a whole new level.

By: Kiri Figueiredo, Michael Caldwell and Shannon Litzenberger
Company: Kiri Figueiredo Dance
Company origin: Toronto, ON
Choreographer: Kiri Figueiredo, Michael Caldwell and Shannon Litzenberger
Cast: Jesse Dell, Jordana Deveau, Kiri Figueiredo, Sarah Fregeau, Daniel McArthur, Andrea Spaziani and Stéphanie Tremblay Abubo
Show length: 60min.

Fourth Eye Gallery
Youngo Verma: Cosmic Energy and Tantric Enlightenment
Exhibition of Drawings and Sculptures
May 30 to July 3, 2012
Curated by Ameena Chaudhry and Ali Adil Khan
438 Parliament Street

Youngo Verma 
(b. 1938)

Youngo Verma is a painter and sculptor who trained and worked with the great Indian masters B.C. Sanyal and K.S. Kulkarni. In 1971, influenced by the Bauhaus school he moved to Germany to to study and work under Michael Croissant, where he further honed his skills in sculpture and bronze casting. During his 10 years in Germany, Youngo worked tirelessly sketching, painting and sculpting from live models. He held several solo shows, group exhibitions and commissioned works. In 1981, Youngo Verma moved to Toronto, Canada.

Youngo Verma’s murals and sculptures adorn public buildings across India, Nepal, Germany and Canada, such as a large relief disc for the Toronto School Board comprising busts of seven past Canadian presidents.  His works are in public and private collections in Europe and North America, including the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York. His artistic journey has taken him from Delhi to Frankfurt and eventually Toronto where he has lived for the last three decades.

Youngo’s drawings examine and explore Tantra and the complex phenomenon of cosmic energy. What is it and how can we tap into it? How are cosmic energy and individual creativity related? Will exposure to cosmic energy heighten one's consciousness and personal creativity? What insight can be gained from an artist’s interpretation of cosmological questions?

Drawing with the mind of a sculptor, his work hints at the spiritual discourse between the figure and the abstract, meditation and space. Viewing his drawings, an art critic found herself immersed in the world of neutrons and protons circling the nucleus of the atom, and remarked, ‘…the artist is trying to reach the smallest known reality of the world, the basis of matter, of forms and shapes and maybe of art.’ It is not an insignificant tribute to the genius of Youngo.

Youngo Verma uses lighter pointillism in the center of darker pencil work – this interplay is the magic of his artistry. He plays with our perception of forms – it is hypnotic and expressive – the work standing out distinctly for its chastity and austerity. He subconsciously succeeds in manipulating the medium to create an illusory, three-dimensional, almost palpable feel compelling the viewer to reach out and touch. These soothing Tantra-inspired simple graphite drawings evoke a sensitivity towards both the sculptural, outward form, and the inner essence of a thought process of movement and stillness. Taking off from his metal sculptures of his earlier period, his work leads us directly to the crucial issues arising from his affirmation of the transcendent imagination.

Cabbagetowners in Action
 Huge THANKS to everyone that helped make the Picnic in the Paddock a great success!
Check out our pics from this wonderful event held to fundraise for the Riverdale Farm by clicking on the link above.

Saturday, 16 June 2012

Father's Day Weekend

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Hello Cabbagetowners! Welcome to another week of Cabbagetown News.

We are glad to have received a great response regarding our new Blog Features. We are getting to know our neighbours better and increasing our community presence.
Thank you for your continued interest :)

This week our Business Spotlight is:

Cabbagetown Chiropractic Health Centre
214 Carlton Street
416 922 3020
Cabbagetown Chiropractic Health Centre (CCHC) has been serving the Cabbagetown community since 1985, at which time it was located  on Gerrard Street East.    
The office moved to 214 Carlton St. 10 years later (It was owned by another Chiropractor at the time).  
Dr. Mekis, D.C. began practicing at CCHC in 1998 and purchased the practice in 2000.   
After 20 years at this location they decided to completely renovate the space and are very pleased with their new modern update. The transformation is astounding.
They offer Chiropractic, Registered Massage Therapy, and Registered Holistic Nutritional Services.  Their small office mainly services the Cabbagetown area but many of their loyal patients who have moved over the years come from all over the city and abroad.
 Dr. Mekis specializes in sports injury and acute care, uitilizing pain and healing modalities such as ultrasound, inferential and tens, laser, acupuncture, and of course, spinal manipulative therapy; following years of experience as both an athlete and athletic therapist.
Dr. Mekis also fabricates and dispenses custom-made othotics and shoes.

She has lived in Cabbagetown for the past 25 years and can't imagine living anywhere else. She appreciates the diversity and tight knit community. Her patients appreciate the small town feel of her office in the heart of this big city.

 In the following weeks we will be featuring Dr. Mekis' staff (Sandy Badgley, BA, RHN - Nutritionist, Etai Tintpulver and Heather Atkinson - both Registered Massage Therapists) with individual profiles highlighting their specialties.

The Cabbagetown Chiropractic Health Centre is open Monday - Saturday by appointment only.

This weekend we're celebrating dads all around and we want to make sure your special guy has a great time with the special features some of our businesses are promoting this week.

Check out our past suggestions at
Pick up some great prepared salads for your weekend barbecue at The Epicure Shop. 
All weekend long, purchase any prepared salad and get a second for half price of equal or lesser value.
There's lots of variety in-store and there's sure to be one perfect for you.

One of the many new arrivals this week at Labour of Love - block-stamped picture frame card with elegant ribbon, vine and bow silhouette. 
Personalized Stationery by Samantha Dubeau

Each one is handmade with love!
Insert your favourite picture of dad with a personalized message. Who says last minute shopping can't be fun!!

Check out their blog to see what's new in store or check them out on Facebook

Over the last few weeks, KENDALL & Co has offered up some great gifts for Father's Day:
  • Repurposed Flip-Flop Doormat for dads who like to keep things easy going.
  • Billiard Ball Votive Candle Holder for dads who get you out from behind the eight ball.
  • Recycled Bicycle Candelabra for dads who let you spin your wheels before offering his wise advice.
  • Slate Photo Frame for dads who chalked it up to hormones during your rebellious teen years
Check out all these items at 
This week - a Stately Wall Mount Deer Antler for dads who are the leader the pack. 
KENDALL & Co has other unique gift options for Father's Day like wine accessories, vintage walking sticks, Japanese sake sets … plus they have cool gift wrapping too! 

Happy Father's Day!

MJG Gallery - Painting of the Week
 Jamie Bowen's "Dandelions", 48"x48" acrylic on wood-panel painting; part of the June exhibition of artwork at MJG Gallery. 
555 Parliament St. 

MJG Gallery - June Show
Mark at MJG is offering a variety of wonderful art over the summer months - some artist's work is new to the gallery! 
Visit Wed-Sun, 11-6. 
416.923.4031 follow the space on Facebook

 LUMINATO in Cabbagetown

 ///Re-ply\\\ @ KENDALL & Co: a collection of artwork produced by children participating in an integrated project with Toronto artist Dan Bergeron and Luminato’s Education and Outreach department. 

Through workshops in five partner public schools in Regent Park and Cabbagetown, artist Dan Bergeron invited students in grades four and five to re-think the meaning of the word ‘Re-ply’ in artistic terms -- explaining how art is a response to something - a ‘reply’ to an idea, issue or emotion. Click the link for more info about this exhibit

Luminato has also sets up more ///Re-ply\\\ art installations at various spots in Cabbagetown. Click the link for map and audio descriptions on the various pieces. 

Find out what's on in Cabbagetown and around our fine city with KENDALL & Co's weekly guide. Local Art Shows, Paws in the Parkette, Summer Picnic, New Yoga Studio and more. 

Do you love the Riverdale Farm?

Riverdale Farm is celebrating Summer Solstice with a Picnic in the Paddock!
We invite you to bring your own picnic or buy our barbecue to dine at the Farm.
We’ll have games for the kids, tables for dining and entertainment!
There will be a wine and beer garden, an ice cream cart and more!
Bring your family…. bring your friends… bring your neighbours… bring your own picnic!

It’s all happening at Riverdale Farm
Thursday, June 21, 2012
5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Tickets: $20 each or $50 per family with a tax receipt from the Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation
All proceeds will support the Riverdale Farm.

 To buy tickets directly, on-line, please visit:

For more information on the event, and the status of the Riverdale Farm Coalition's work to support the future of the Riverdale Farm, please visit:

The Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation is receiving donations on behalf of the Coalition and all money received will be dedicated specifically to enhancements to Riverdale Farm. 
Good News from the Riverdale Farm Coalition! 
Click the link below for the latest development, associated media reports, video and two fantastic ways to support our Farm.

Every Sunday at Cranberries Restaurant

Roast Beef Dinner 5pm - 10pm
 The delicious three course meal includes:
Make reservations this Sunday and treat your dad to a satisfying dinner.

 You are invited to a free event co-hosted by the Don Vale Cabbagetown Resident's Association and Herstories Cafe.

On Monday, June 25th, at 80 Winchester Street, Patrica Beatty, dancer, teacher, choreographer and co-founder of the Toronto Dance Theater  (TDT) will speak about her life in dance.

There will also be a short talk on the history of the TDT by George Rust D'Eye, a dance performance and food provided by local businesses.  Best of all, this event is free!  The talk will start at 6:00pm and socializing and food will take place after.

 Attendance is free, but please register so we can have enough food.

or visit their website at for more information

 The City wants to hear from you.

The City of Toronto is asking residents to provide the City with feedback on the current Holiday Shopping By-law by taking part in an online survey and public consultation sessions.

The City's current holiday shopping regulations require some retail businesses to close on designated public holidays while other businesses are permitted to open.

"This is an important issue and we want to make sure that all who are affected by the holiday shopping regulations have a chance to provide their views on the subject," said Councillor Mary Fragedakis (Ward 29 Toronto-Danforth), Chair of the City's Holiday Shopping Subcommittee.

The public can provide feedback through a public opinion telephone poll, online survey and public consultation meetings. Holiday shopping public consultation sessions will take place on:
* Monday, June 18 - 7 to 9 p.m.
North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge St., Council Chamber

*Tuesday, June 19 -  7 to 9 p.m.
Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Dr., Council Chamber

*Wednesday, June 20 - 7 to 9 p.m.
East York Civic Centre, 850 Coxwell Ave., Council Chamber

*Thursday, June 21 - 7 to 9 p.m.
Etobicoke Civic Centre, 399 The West Mall, Council Chamber

*Monday, June 25 - 7 to 9 p.m.
Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W., Rotunda

Space is limited. Pre-registration is available by calling 416-392-8671 or emailing

More information about the public consultations is available online at 


Yonge Street Mission wishes thank everyone who made their 8th Annual Community Book Fair, a great success. 

  A big Thank You to all the volunteers and donors for their support. 

The Cabbagetown Preservation Association also wishes to thank all the wonderful people who made the Hidden Gardens and Private Spaces Tour a memorable one this year.

About 600 people attended this year's tour (ticketed visitors, volunteers and special guests).
EVERYONE said the tour was fantastic, every garden offered something special, and the volunteers & gardeners were friendly, welcoming, knowledgeable and helpful.

The Organizing Committee for the garden tour wishes to thank the local merchants who offered specials to our visitors.

Thanks to:
Home Hardware for the Mark Cullen gardening book
Jay's Garden Centre for the beautiful lilac-coloured dahlia
Mi Casa and Kendall & Co for their week-long discounts with purchase
MerryBerry, Cranberries, Stout Irish Tavern and The Epicure Shop for their food offerings and discounts.

All our visitors were thrilled with the warm welcome extended to them at these local businesses.

In addition, the Organizing Committee thanks the following merchants for selling tickets:
Mi Casa, JAY'S Garden Centre, Fairway Variety, Kendall & Co Design & Decor, The Epicure Shop and of course the BIA office.

We look forward to next year's tour and hope everyone reading this message will participate. No garden is the same year after year. Gardeners love changing their plantings!

CPA Hidden Gardens & Private Spaces Tour Organizing Committee
Helen Coltrinari (chair), Stephen Boddy, Ruth Wagner, Ken MacKenzie, Tim Fry, Sandie Riches, Kim Ezeard

The proceeds from this tour support the Cabbagetown Preservation Association's People Program, Green Thumbs Growing Kids, and the CPA Streetscapes in Bloom Award.

Our neighbourhood truly is a beautiful landscape.