Moss Park Hockey League Hungry for more players

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Contributed by April Hodgins, League Convener   The Moss Park House League is off to another fantastic start!  Our Morning League and Timbits divisions are completely full and have a small waiting list.   We do, however, have some spots left in our Afternoon League.  If you have a child aged 11 – 13 who […]

3 After Summer Repair Tips for Summer Damage Hair

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Contributed by Nano, Owner of Hairspa: After spending time in the wind, sun, chlorine, (salt) water and air conditioning your hair may be dull, brassy frizzy, dry or brittle. Follow these suggestions from Hair Spa and your hair will look healthy and gorgeous again.   1. Replace lost moisture. “Hair cannot repair itself, we have […]

FIT FOOD DELIVERS: LOCAL CABBAGETOWN RESIDENT LAUNCHES

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Contributed by Pstreetnews   Jennifer Torres launches FIT FOOD DELIVERS to give families and busy professionals healthy clean meal options conveniently delivered each week. “I started because my training group loved the meals I cook and now I deliver to clients across the GTA.”   Jennifer, mom of two growing boys, has lived in Cabbagetown […]

ReLEAF Launches Citizen Forester program at U of T Forestry

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“David Grant is passionate about Toronto’s trees. He was particularly fond of the majestic silver maple that stood outside his Cabbagetown home.” To read more about this story go to htpp://www.citizenforester.ca and follow the link to U of T Magazine, Autumn 2016.   On October 1, 2016 Cabbagetown ReLEAF and U of T Forestry launched […]

Live Amateur Boxing Returns To Cabbagetown!

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Contributed by Chris Cook   Do you remember the annual live amateur boxing show during the Cabbagetown Street Festival? For the first time since 2010, the bell will ring, restarting one of the finest traditions in Cabbagetown, live boxing.  After recent renovations to the building, an action-packed 7-bout boxing card has been sanctioned and scheduled […]

CABBAGETOWN FESTIVAL 40TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION!

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Join us September 10 & 11 at one of the longest running street festivals in Toronto TORONTO, August 25, 2016 – The Cabbagetown Festival will celebrate its 40th anniversary this September. Don’t miss the great free events taking place September 10 and 11 on Parliament Street from Wellesley south to Gerrard, and Carlton Street from […]

ONLINE RESOURCE GUIDES RESIDENTS OF HERITAGE PROPERTIES

Contributed by Jamie Bechard The Cabbagetown Heritage Conservation District Committee unveils its new preservation tools for property owners and developers of heritage buildings. The revamped website, www.cabbagetownhcd.ca, now offers a robust set of resources to assist in the conservation of Cabbagetown’s architectural depth, richness and sense of time and place.   “The new website is […]

Cabbagetown Carpentry: Preserving History One Home at a Time

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Contributed by J. Wright. You likely recognize Cabbagetown Carpentry signs from the lawns of many beautiful Cabbagetown homes.  Johnny Pearl, carpenter, musician and contractor, has renovated and restored hundreds of our Victorian era houses over the years.   21 years ago Johnny moved to Cabbagetown from a cabin on Moira Lake where the winters where […]

Cabbagetown Blooms During Yearly Festival

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Contributed By Kathy Flaxman. When Cabbagetown opens up its heart to the whole city, it’s a special, very exciting time.  The Cabbagetown Festival, this year celebrated on the weekend of September 10th, is truly a blast, boasting streets bursting with music, pop up shopping, plays and playlets and street food so tasty that no one […]