#1. You say Beach, and he says Beaches...
If you've been socializing with people from outside the Beaches in the last few weeks, it's likely you have been asked many times on this topic - which one is it, the B1... or the B2...?
As you can imagine the question has been posed to us if we will rename the Beaches Living Guide? Our answer is short and simple. "It is not about what we call it, it is what people want to hear". If the Beach is what you'd like to call it, you will hear it as the Beach. But if you have always call it the Beaches, likely you hear it as the Beaches".
Afterall, this is all about the new sign "the Beach Historic District", noththing has really changed. Historically people consider this place as the "Beach"...
#2. Pick-up your Spring/Summer issue:
The Beaches Living Guide Spring/Summer 2006 issue was released on April 12, jsut in time for one the biggest events in the Beaches, the Easter Parade.
Please let us know if you have not received a copy of the new guide or need extras for your customers, friends, we will be happy to drop them off to you.
We Thank the many Beaches Businesses who showcase their enterprises in the guide and support our community!
Explore the nature, history and geology in our neighbourhode. The Beaches Living Guide will conduct guided bird watching and walking tours. Please visit our website for dates and other infomation. Or send us an email and we will keep you updated.
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Located at 1646 Queen Street East, Casa Di Giorgio simply means ‘‘House of George’’, slightly less romantic in translation, but it looses nothing in atmosphere. As a young couple emigrating from Greece, George and Georgina Havaris opened their original restaurant! ... [full story]
#4. Get a Free Tree!?
Urban Forestry Services plants trees on City owned street allowances fronting residential properties for free. For a selection of trees that are native to Southern Ontario and trees that are not. Click here (.PDF file) to get residential street tree planting brochure. It provides specifications for each type of tree including: illustrated tree and leaf, height, spread, foliage, fruit info and fall colour.Information Source: www.toronto.ca/trees
#5. 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: