Jane Beecroft to speak at March 9th SVRA Meeting

The Seaton Village Residents’ Association is very pleased to welcome noted Toronto historian Jane Beecroft of the Toronto Historical Board, the Community History Project and The Toll Keepers’ Cottage to Wednesday’s SVRA meeting.

Jane will speak to Seaton Village’s history and significance in the city of Toronto’s history, and provide information on proposed developments to Royal St. Georges’ College in the Annex. This is a project that has great significance on urban Toronto neighbourhoods including Seaton Village.

Last month, Ed Janiszewski spoke to us about a lane naming project for Seaton Village. Ed touched on many aspects of Seaton Village’s historical significance to generate discussion on how we might approach our lane naming. More information on Ed’s talk coming very soon!

We look forward to seeing as many area residents as possible!

Meeting Details: Wednesday March 9th 7:00 – 9:00pm upstairs in the library at St. Albans’ Boys and Girls’ Club

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2 responses to “Jane Beecroft to speak at March 9th SVRA Meeting

  1. Jeff Wagner

    Based on our last meeting, here is a good article about heritage buildngs in Toronto.

    http://news.nationalpost.com/2011/03/10/peter-kuitenbrouwer-heritage-buildings-threatened-by-neglect/

  2. seatonvillage

    Thanks Jeff – much appreciated. Jennifer

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