Second Line Procession to bid Farewell and Thank You to Mirvish Village and Honest Ed’s

You and yours are cordially invited to this fantastic community event:

Toronto’s Most Colourful Village: “Opened by Mistake. Closed by City Hall”

In Loving Memory…

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Gussy up, come with friends, your family, bring an instrument to sound, make a float!

Let’s dance, sing and parade jubilantly around Honest Ed’s and through Mirvish Village, paying tribute to these unique and remarkable places and vendors that have had such impact on so many Torontonians and our neighbourhoods’ character and history. Mirvish

Village and Honest Ed’s are near and dear to so many of us and those who have benefited from them can now say a collective THANKS

Bring umbrellas, kerchiefs, boas, Mardi Gras beads and Be ready to Make Some Noise

Hey: Can you play a horn, blow a saxophone, sound a tuba? Please let us know so you can be a part of our New Orleans Style Jazz Band leading the parade!

If so, Please send us a message at seatonvillagetoronto@gmail.com

Thanks to Amos Shaw for the amazing poster – check The Next Super Geek out!

Thanks to  southern-accentfor the Hot Chocolate and Corn bread + Mardi Gras beads

Brought to you by Palmerston Area, Seaton Village and the Annex Residents’ Associations

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