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Beach and East Toronto Historical Society hosts birthright talks during Beaches Branch Library

December 11, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

The Beach and East Toronto Historical Society and a Toronto Public Library are holding dual giveaway to attend events during a Beaches Branch Library on 2161 Queen St. E

On Tuesday, Dec. 11 from 7 to 8:15 p.m., historian and Beach

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Producers King and McCabe benefaction From a Water during a Tarragon Extraspace

December 11, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

By DOHA HANNO

Producers Will King and Madryn McCabe from a Beaches-East York area are vehement to see their play, From a Water, strike a theatre after a year of development.

Written by and starring Will King, From a Water, is a

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From The Editor’s Desk: Volunteering to assistance others gives special definition to a holidays

December 11, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

By ALAN SHACKLETON

Well, here we are, it’s accurately dual weeks until Christmas Day and while many might have had their selling finished weeks ago, there are others who are usually only now starting to consider about what presents they need

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Beaches-East York NDP hosts Annual General Meeting on Dec. 13

December 10, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

The Beaches-East York NDP binds a Annual General Meeting on Thursday, Dec. 13 during Beach United Church, 140 Wineva Ave.

The assembly goes from 7 to 9 p.m., and a doors will open during 6:30 p.m. for registration and snacks.

The meeting

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Landlord, reside give their sides of because The Yard grill on Queen Street East closed

December 10, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

By NINA RAFEEK

It’s a morning of Monday, Dec. 10, and Dino Magnatta, landlord of 1961 Queen St. E., is scheming to close a doors of The Yard restaurant.  Magnatta pronounced that it has been deserted given a commencement of November

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Beach Hebrew Institute celebrates Hanukkah with Menorah lighting in Kew Gardens

December 10, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

The Beach Hebrew Institute along with a Chabad Jewish Centre hosted a Menorah Candle Lighting rite in approval of Hanukkah on a night of Saturday, Dec. 8, during Kew Gardens in a Beach.

A good-sized throng incited out for a event

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Pet Of The Month: Celebrating Norman a beagle

December 9, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

By MARNA GALE

This is Norman. He was a collaborative effort. Two dog rescue groups lifting him adult so he can mount on mountains! All that up-raising (including cutie cake posts on Instagram!) has resulted in an considerable fan club, a

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Man harmed in Saturday night sharpened nearby Dawes Road and Danforth Avenue

December 9, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

Toronto military are questioning after a male in his 30s was harmed in a sharpened Saturday, Dec. 8, night in a Dawes Road and Danforth Avenue area.

Police pronounced they were done wakeful that a male pang from a gunshot wound

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Scarborough’s Acoustic Harvest presents John Huston, with The MardiGALS, in A Christmas Carol

December 8, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

Acoustic Harvest presents A Christmas Carol featuring John Huston with The MardiGALs on Saturday, Dec. 8.

The uncover takes place during St. Paul’s United Church, 200 McIntosh St., in a Kingston Road and Midland Avenue area, during 8 p.m.

Doors open for

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Menorah Candle Lighting rite set for Saturday night in Kew Gardens

December 8, 2018 in Beach Metro Community News

The Beach Hebrew Institute will horde a Menorah Candle Lighting rite on Saturday, Dec. 8, during Kew Gardens.

The eventuality starts during 6:30 p.m. during a park’s Queen Street East entrance. Kew Gardens is located during 2075 Queen St. E.

The Menorah

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