Author: CabbageTowner

Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms and Heating Systems Reminder

The City of Toronto and Toronto Fire Services have issued a timely reminder about the dangers of Carbon Monoxide poisoning after a number of recent incidents. Be sure that you have a working CO alarm (either battery operated or plug-in…

Corktown News: Winter 2015 Edition

We love to read what’s going on in nearby neighbourhoods (and there’s a LOT!). If you don’t check the corktown.ca website out regularly, you might want to read the Winter 2015 Edition of the Corktown News to get an idea…

Did You Know… The CRP Museum Had 4,291 Visitors In One Year?

According to the Fall 2015 Cabbagetown Preservation Association Newsletter, the Cabbagetown Regent Park Museum had 4,291 visitors from March 2014 to February 2015! Congratulations to those who volunteer their time to this excellent initiative. Visit their Facebook site at:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cabbagetown-Regent-Park-Museum/133042666715455 …

Cabbagetown Preservation Association Fall 2015 Newsletter

Our good friends at the CPA have distributed their Fall 2015 newsletter, and as usual – there’s lots of great information. If you misplaced the copy dropped off at your door, the newsletter is also available online on their website.…

Riverdale Farm Survey

We love surveys! As part of a school project from TDSB, we’ve been asked to share a survey about Riverdale Farm (one of our great local treasures in our opinion!). Riverdale Farm Survey Source: CabbageTowner

2015 Holiday Gift and Celebration Guide

The Cabbagetown BIA has created an excellent Holiday and Gift Celebration Guide to our local businesses. If you need some ideas, want to save money or just want to support our wonderful businesses, be sure to check this out. 2015…

Cabbagetown According To… Kelley Teahen

This month we have our Board Secretary, Kelley Teahen opining on Cabbagetown. Best place in Cabbagetown for a bite to eat… F’Amelia for fancy, MerryBerry for lunch (great patio out back in the summer), Scullery to meet a friend for…

Garden District Residents Association November Newsletter

Our friends in the Garden District have their November newsletter online now. November Newsletter Topics include: – Community Consultation – Garden District Heritage Conservation District Plan – Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan – 51 Division Food and Toy Drive…

Throwback Thursday: Baseball In Riverdale Park 1914

Some great photos of baseball games taking place in the Riverdale Park flats during 1914. In the distance can be seen the Sheet Metal Products company at the corner of Gerrard St. E. and River St. Source: CabbageTowner