Old events

Here is an archival list of events up to July of 2006.  You may be interested in what you’ve missed more recently, and what’s coming up.

Here’s what you’ve missed:

  • City of Toronto Environment Day.
    Saturday, 2006 July 1 at 11am to 3pm.
    Riverdale Park, Broadview Ave, north of Gerrard St.
  • David Chernushenko Leadership Campaign Event.
    Thursday, 2006 June 8 at 8pm
    The Supermarket, 268 Augusta Ave in Kensington market, 1 block west of Spadina, south of College.
    RSVP: 416-596-1402.
  • Pollution Probe: Climate Change, Gasoline and the Car of the Future.
    Monday, 2006 June 5 at 7pm to 9pm.
    Marriott Toronto Downtown Eaton Centre, Trinity Ballroom.
    525 Bay Street, Yonge Dundas subway station.
  • Ontario Federation of Labour: Save our Public Services (Stop P3s).
    Saturday, 2006 June 3 at 1pm.
    In front of the provincial legislature at Queen’s Park.
  • Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth opening night.
    Friday, 2006 June 2.
    Cumberland 4 Cinema.
  • Riverdale Community Development Institute / Ryerson University:
    Open House on the Health and Environmental Impacts of the Proposed Portlands Energy Centre.
    Thursday, 2006 June 1 at 7pm to 9pm.
    Ralph Thornton Centre, 765 Queen St East.
  • Meet Elizabeth May.
    Thursday, 2006 June 1 at 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
    Wymilwood Cafe, Victoria College, 150 Charles St West.
    South of Bloor, east of Queens Park Crescent, across from the ROM.
  • Doors Open Toronto.
    Saturday, 2006 May 27 and Sunday, May 28.
  • Bring Back the Don — Riverdale Farm Slope Planting Event.
    Sunday, 2006 May 27.
  • Spring Bird Festival and International Migratory Bird Day.
    Saturday, 2006 May 13. Tommy Thompson Park (Leslie Street Spit).
  • A Clean Energy Future for Toronto — Alternatives to Gas-fired Generation.
    Wednesday, 2006 May 10 at City Hall Council Chambers.
  • Bring Back the Don — Earl Bales Park Planting Event.
    Sunday, 2006 May 7 at Earl Bales Community Centre.
  • Paddle the Don — or Just Walk It.
    Sunday, 2006 May 7 at Ernest Thompson Seton Park.
  • Dig In and Plant a Tree.
    Saturday, 2006 April 29 at Sun Valley / Lower Don Valley.
  • Save the Half Round.
    2006 April 25, 26 and 27 at City Hall.
  • Earth Day — Toronto–Danforth Greens at Community Clean-up Day.
    Saturday, 2006 April 22 at Withrow Park.
  • 20-Minute Toronto Makeover.
    Friday, 2006 April 21.
  • Beaches Lions Easter Parade.
    Sunday, 2006 April 16 on Queen St East.
  • Generating Controversy on the Waterfront.
    St Lawrence Centre Forum on the Portlands Energy Centre.
    Greg Allen spoke about A Realistic Energy Plan for Toronto including flow batteries.
    Wednesday, 2006 April 12 at St Lawrence Centre for the Arts.
  • Friends of Don East Spring Fling.
    Saturday, 2006 April 15 at Todmorden Mills.
  • Anti-Portlands Concert and Rally.
    Sunday, 2006 April 9 at the Fire Academy.
  • City of Toronto Environment Day.
    Saturday, 2006 April 8 at Dieppe Park.
  • Pub Night — Meet the EDA executive and other neighbourhood Greens.
    Thursday, 2006 April 6 at Blue Moon Pub.
  • Executive Meeting — All are welcome to attend.
    Thursday, 2006 April 6 at 18 Victor Ave.
  • Public Session about Evergreen Commons Don Valley Brick Works.
    Wednesday, 2006 April 5 at YMCA Central Toronto.
  • Monster Truck Show and Sale, sponsored by Enron.
    Saturday, April 1 at 3:47am to 7:52am.
    Richard L Hearn Thermal Generating Station, 440 Unwin Ave, just west of the proposed PEC site.
  • Question & Answer with representatives of RISE, Solera, GreenSaver, and Earth Day Canada.
    RISE (Riverdale Initiative for Solar Energy) is a group of several hundred local residents who have negotiated a bulk discount for installation of solar panels on their homes. It’s not too late to join.
    Tuesday, 2006 March 28 at Ralph Thornton Centre.
  • All-candidates Debate.
    Wednesday, 2006 March 22 at Matty Eckler Community Centre.
  • Presentation of $20,000,000 Plan to Enhace Leslie Street Spit.
    Tuesday, 2006 March 21 at Harbourfront Community Centre/Waterfront School.
  • All-candidates Debate.
    Tuesday, 2006 March 21 at Frankland Community School Gymnasium.
  • Keeping the Lights On: the California Experience.
    Tuesday, 2006 March 21 at Toronto City Hall Council Chamber.
  • Recycling: Is Your Apartment or Condo Building Ready for Zero Waste?
    St Lawrence Centre Forum.
    Monday, 2006 March 6 at St Lawrence Centre for the Arts.
  • Pub Night.
    Thursday, 2006 March 2 at Brass Taps Pizza Pub.
  • Executive Meeting.
    Thursday, 2006 March 2 at 18 Victor Ave.
  • Using Storage Technologies to Reduce our Energy Needs.
    Coalition for a Green Economy.
    Wednesday, 2006 March 1 at Toronto City Hall.
  • Fundraising Concert.
    Hosted by folk songwriter and recording artist Brian Gladstone.
    Thursday, 2005 December 22 at the Renaissance Cafe.
  • Choose a Candidate.
    Wednesday, 2005 November 30 at Jimmy Simpson Recreation Center.

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