WHAT: Building Toronto: Architects & Archives lecture series
WHEN: begins tonight (February 21), continuing ’til April 5
WHERE: City of Toronto Archives, 255 Spadina Road
The City of Toronto Archives and The Friends of the Archives of Ontario present a series of four lectures on architectural topics, hosted by the Toronto Star‘s urban issues columnist and architecture critic, Christopher Hume. The speakers will share their views on modern and historical building design, public spaces, and the importance of preserving architectural records in archives
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WHAT: Let’s Get Talking: Women, Weight & Where You Live discussion
WHEN: Monday, February 25, 7:00pm-9:00 pm
WHERE: Ralph Thornton Centre, 765 Queen Street East
Are you a single woman or mother who lives in a neighbourhood that does not give you the opportunities and resources to be physically active and eat healthy foods? Come to this community discussion and learn more about the relationship between where you live and healthy weight. Everyone is welcome.
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photo: City of Toronto Archives, fonds 7, series, file 131, item 7