Special Anniversary Celebrations in the Beaches!!
#1. The Toronto Beaches Lions Club is roaring to the 40th Annual Easter Parade!
A great free event that draws over 45,000 spectators. The Parade will be held on Sunday April 8th 2007. It begins at 2 PM and runs for approximately one hour. For information on participating or sponsorship please contact Lion Chris Yaccato at 416-820-0790 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
#2. The special 20th Annual Beaches Spring Sprint is set for Saturday March 31, 2007
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Beaches Spring Sprint, which consists of a 5 km run or walk for adults and seniors as well as a 2 km run for children and a 2km walk for seniors. We're looking forward to a great RUN for all!
For all event details visit Beaches Living Online Community Events.
NEW! Daylight Saving Time begins this Sunday
#4. We just keep adding ways to keep you connected!
Now into our fourth year, Beaches Living Guide is a HUB for our community. We continue to look for new ways to bring our readers, local businesses and community groups and individuals closer together.
Energy Saving Tips:
DID YOU KNOW?
Indoor Lighting: Switch on efficiency with CFLs to save you energy and money..
light bulbs are the least efficiency type of light bulb.
Compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) use about 75% less energy than a standard incandescent
light bulb and last 10 times longer. Each CFL saves $35 in electricity cost over its lifetime.
If every household in Canada changed just one incandescent light bulb
to an ENERGY STAR® qualified CFL, it would reduce greenhouse gas emissions
as much as taking 66,000 cards off the road.
source: Clean Air
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#6. Looking ahead - What's Happening in the Beaches!
Below is a list of upcoming events in the Beaches. For event details, please visit online Community Events calendar:
#6. Friendly Reminders: