The soon to open restaurant at 785 Queen Street West, known as “Dear Jools”, has applied for a liquor license. A recent article in Toronto Life, titled “Solved: the weird mystery of the restaurant at 785 Queen West” provides more information on the nature of the business and can be read by clicking here.
Please contact the AGCO at 416-326-8700 (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or concerns.
Come celebrate the third annual Toronto Vintage Bicycle Show Sunday July 27th from 10am – 5pm in Trinity Bellwoods Park.
This is a shine and show event. So, if you have a vintage classic that’s been sitting in your garage or basement for the last little while, this is your chance to shine it up and show it off to the world!
This is a free event to participate in. Vendor space is available for merchants; $50 for retail vendors, $25 for individuals. Vendor space can be purchased here using Eventbrite.
Parking is available one block south on Walnut Avenue.
Join City staff to review the building standards and heritage character of properties on both sides of Queen Street West, between Bathurst and Roncesvalles.
This kick-off meeting will take the first steps towards creating a vision for future development—a vision that requires key community input.
Date: July 10, 2014
Time: 6:30 – 9:00pm
Place: Parkdale Library Auditorium, 1303 Queen Street West
More Information (PDF file)
Note the changed location of the market below (it will no longer be located at the Scadding Court Community Centre, but at Bathurst and Niagara).
The Scadding Court Farmer’s Market has moved. Vendors will now be at Bathurst and Niagara Streets on Mondays. The hours of operation have also been expanded to between 4 and 8 pm.
- Location: Bathurst and Niagara
- Date and Time: Every Monday between 4 – 8 pm