Toronto City Councillor Paul Ainslie, Toronto Public Library Director of Branch Operations Moe Hosseini-Ara, and Toronto Public Library Area Manager Patricia Eastman cuts the ribbon to the new Guildwood branch after almost 8 months of construction.
Thank you to Guildwood resident Elizabeth Murdock for recording and letting us post this video of the event!
If you haven’t had a chance to visit the new library, please enjoy this preview we recorded leading up to the Grand Re-Opening.
Come to the Grand Re-Opening event on Tuesday July 30th at 12:30 PM to experience this incredible new space.
Thank you to Senior Library Assistant, Ruth Mattinson, for giving us this exclusive preview. And thank you to Toronto Public Library Area Manager, Patricia Eastman for setting this up in partnership with Councillor Paul Ainslie’s office.
Guildwood Village Community Association’s official print publication, News & Views, is being hand-delivered right now to each household in Guildwood Village by volunteers. This happens 4 times a year. It’s really something. But wait, there’s more! Each edition is meticulously put together by volunteers too and the stories inside are researched, written, photographed and shared by volunteers. Usually about things or events created by volunteers. Did I mention volunteers had something to do with this?
It’s incredible and it’s been going on for decades.
A fantastic Guild Festival Theatre production turns into pure magic when it’s set in Guild Park. It’s impossible to capture the magic on camera – it’s a combination of acting craft, community, history, the physical setting, lighting, sounds, open air and so much more.
Photography is not allowed during the performance but here’s an unfiltered photo of the stage during intermission last night.
It’s incredible and unique to Guildwood Village. I encourage everyone – grownups and kids – to experience Paul Ledoux’ “Anne” this summer at the “Greek Theatre”.
Scarborough Sign installation in Guild Park with Rose, Ron and John of Friends of Guild Park and Kali Banner, Stephanie de Bem and Peter Schwarz of Scarborough Arts. The sign will be here for the next few weeks.