Please join your community members and Earth Day Canada for the first Seaton Village StreetPLAY event on Markham St (north of Barton Ave) and Follis Ave (from just west of Markham)
Friday, June 2, 2017 from 4:00 – 8:00pm
It’s a simple idea – open up our local neighbourhood streets to children and youth so they can connect with friends and play right outside their front door.
The Toronto StreetPLAY Pilot Project (TSPP) will test regularly scheduled, partial closures for street play on 6 residential blocks between June and November 2017. The purpose of the project is to test a permit program for regularly occurring street closures to support neighbourhood outdoor play. The
The first phase is being rolled out TODAY – June 2
All kids from the neighbourhood are welcome to play on these streets!
Please go to the StreetPLAY website to view the schedule and for more info
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…
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to Amos Shaw for the amazing poster – check The Next Super Geek out!
Thanks to for the Hot Chocolate and Corn bread + Mardi Gras beads
Brought to you by Palmerston Area, Seaton Village and the Annex Residents’ Associations
Given the significant conversations the community is having about area traffic and safety, the SVRA is planning a meeting in collaboration with Palmerston School Council mid January 2017
The SVRA is attempting to learn what matters most to Seaton Villagers about life in our awesome community so that together we can adjust SVRA efforts to align with the community’s interests and priorities AND so we can do it meaningfully!
Please take a few minutes to complete this survey IF you live in Seaton Village. It’s really important the community’s voice comes through in the survey results.
So please please and RESPECTFULLY, JUST THOSE RESIDING From Bloor St north to the tracks just north of Dupont and From Bathurst (west side) to (ease side of) Christie St Fill this out and pass it along to your friends and neighbours in Seaton Village
Questions? Comments? Want to receive SVRA communications – want to be a part of the SVRA!!!! We can certainly use you and your talents/energy!
Send us a message: email@example.com
Seaton Village Pumpkin Patch is Back!!!
Please join the Seaton Village Residents’ Association SVRA and your neighbours in Vermont Square Park TONIGHT Tuesday November 1st
Bring a mug – BYOM – for a cup of hot chocolate or apple cider, enjoy some great conversation and all the spectacular pumpkins carved by friends and neighbours
New this year – enter your name in our raffle for the chance to win a prize from one of our fabulous neighbourhood shops and restaurants!!!
Bateman,s Bike Co, El Pocho Antojitos, Stubbe, Black Daffodil, Now Smile, Arisu, Risque, Vivace, Gus the Other Barber, Los Guac-a-moles, Snakes and Lattes, Pacha, Doug Miller Books, Kops Records, Barrio Coreano and more!!!!
Volunteers needed at the end of the event for pumpkin disposal – have a wheelbarrow – we could really use it 😉
Drop off Pumpkins in the park any time after 4:00 this afternoon
BRING A MUG!
Thanks to Gervais Party and Tent Rental for the beverage urns 🙂