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With the ‘Dog Days of Summer’ upon us we were not deterred. On a steamy morning, nine of us followed Ken along the York Beltline, past Caledonia and through Prospect Cemetery to the delightful ‘Tre Mari Bakery on St. Clair West. Here two ‘short’ walkers joined us for delicious Italian luncheon offerings, some dining on…
The Curriculum Committee has now assigned the classrooms for the upcoming Academy year. To learn where you need to go for your workshop, click here for Two Weeks at a Glance or check the section on the website for your particular workshop.
Virtual Tour of Florence’s Famed Uffizi Gallery Lets You Explore the Museum Online
Departing from Kipling station at 10 a.m. and bussing down to the ‘Long Branch Loop, about 1 1/2 hour later with sweat dripping from under our hats, the 9 of us, led by our esteemed Walks Co-coordinator, Ken Snelson, gratefully arrived at the chilled cafeteria of Humber College’s Lakeshore campus where we met up with Roma, the only ‘show’…
With deep sorrow we have to report that the Academy has lost one of our most distinguished trio of Life Members, Margaret Robertson. On Wednesday July 17th, in the comfort of her own home, she was surrounded by close friends as she chose to end her intolerable pain. Many of us will have warm memories…
Ken Snelson and Sandra Clarke led Academy walkers through Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens and Blythwood Ravine on July 2, 2019. The start of the walk in the Lawrence Park neighbourhood was appropriate on the day after Canada Day because Muir Gardens are dedicated to the memory of the Toronto teacher who penned the patriotic anthem, “The Maple Leaf Forever” in 1867, the year of Confederation.
Interested in registering for a 4th Workshop? You can now do so by emailing email@example.com using the subject “4th Workshop Choice” Wondering if a workshop has space? There are two ways you can find out: by checking the workshop’s information / description section on the website by clicking on the link on the Workshop page