Jane’s Walk: The Cornucopia on Dundas West: Geologic, Ethnic & Personal Experience, May 4, 2014 at 03:00pm

Image courtesy of the MultiCultural History Society of Ontario.

Image courtesy of the MultiCultural History Society of Ontario.

This walk will bridge a series of overlapping traditions, some tens of thousands of years old, others just a few decades in age. Many coexist peacefully and others feed the dynamic tensions that still characterize the neighbourhoods that are the focus of this walk. Join walk leader Alec Keefer (Toronto Architectural Conservancy) as we explore the possible links between changes that are deeply rooted in our geologic past & the transplanted cultural traditions that continue to shape our built and social environments. Image courtesy of the MultiCultural History Society of Ontario. Walk organized in partnership with the Dundas West Business Improvement Area.

Where to Meet: St. Luke’s Elementary School, Corner of Harrison Avenue and Ossington Avenue, north of Dundas St West,  May 4, 2014 at 03:00pm .

For a full description visit, Jane’s Walk Dundas West

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