Back By Popular DemandCasa Loma’s Five-Week Intermediate Archery Course!Wednesday, March 23-Wednesday, April 20
Are you a regular participant in Casa Loma’s archery program and need a bit of a challenge?Be one of the first to sign u...
Come and enjoy breakfast on us.
7:00 am upto 11:00 am.
We will have is store specials on sundry items.
Also enter in a draw to win a six step ladder or a 5 gallon pail of our specialty 100 % acrylic primer.
You will be automatically entered with...
Casa Loma Big Band Dance with theToronto All Star Big BandSaturday, April 9
Join us as Casa Loma and the Pegasus Hospitality Group present the Casa Loma Big Band Dance, featuring the 17 piece Toronto All Star Big Band.Dance the night away at CAS...
An evening of fully improvised comedy from the acknowledged masters of the form including sketches, games, songs and general merriment. Live music and a silent auction will round out the evening.
Tickets $40 (includes one drink and hors d'oeuvres)...
In past meetings we’ve heard a lot about the threats posed by climate change, environmental collapse, and the end of cheap fossil fuels. We have also looked at some inspiring efforts to meet these threats by rebuilding communities in ways that...
A Mad Hatter Tea!
Theatre Direct’s Annual Have-a-Ball
Don your fanciest frocks and boldest bonnets
in support of exceptional theatre and arts education for young people
Join our celebrity Mad Hatter M...
The April issue of the York Guardian had the news that the Stockyards area
of St Clair Ave West between Gunns Rd and Jane St has been approved
for re-development within the Avenue Study Guidelines.
The article by Tamara Shephard speaks a...
'In building the controversial St. Clair Ave. W. right-of-way,
Toronto was secretly following a policy of “blockbusting,” or gentrification,
that would harm existing businesses, claims a $100 million lawsuit against
the City of Toronto...