• Community Picnic on June 10

    Everyone is invited to a free Community Picnic on June 10 – from noon to 5:00 p.m. – in the park grounds around the Burrows Community Centre on Sheppard Ave., just east of Markham Road.

    TTC bus service on Sheppard East and on Markham Road makes it easy to take transit to this fun event.

    Parking near this community picnic is also free.

    Delicious food, lots of entertainment, games and attractions for kids of all ages, a silent auction, a draw, bike safety workshops and other attractions await you and your family on June 10.

    This great annual Picnic is organized by the dedicated officers of our local Police 42 Division and the volunteer members of the 42 Division Community Police Liaison Committee.

    Proceeds from this enjoyable Picnic will help fund other programs – including awards and scholarships for area students; after-school student groups; other youth opportunities; and the annual 42 Division Auxiliary Christmas Toy Drive – organized and supported by the officers and Committee.

    42 Division serves the people, businesses and communities in the east end of Toronto – from Victoria Park Ave. to Port Union Road and from Steeles Avenue to Highway 401.  We are safe and well protected by the officers and staff who serve with Police Superintendent Kim Yeandle.  

    For further information about the Community Picnic on June 10, you can contact 42 Division Community Services at 416-808-4220 or at 416-808-4251.

    After this great Community Picnic on June 10, we invite everyone to come west a couple of blocks to enjoy the foods, restaurants and shops of Sheppard East Village BIA. 

  • You’re Welcome at the Open House

    On Saturday May 13/17 - from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. - everyone is invited to enjoy the annual Open House at our local 42 Division Police station.  The Station is located nearby, at 242 Milner Avenue (one block west of Markham Road and one block north of Highway 401).   

    Our neighbourhoods are safe and well served by the dedicated officers and staff of 42 Division, working with Superintendant Kim Yeandle.

    42 Division serves all of the people, businesses and community organizations in a large part of the east end – from Victoria Park Avenue to Port Union Road and from Highway 401 to Steeles Avenue.  This Open House, on May 13, is part of Police Week in Toronto.

    The Open House is an interesting event and everyone is welcome to drop in.  There will be tours of the Police Station and displays of some of the vehicles and equipment used by the officers.  As well, there will be opportunities to chat with the Police officers who work so well in and for our neighbourhoods. There will also be electronic fingerprinting for the kids and a free barbeque for visitors to the Station.

    The Open House is supported by the 42 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) and the Chinese Community Liaison Committee (CCLC) – committees of police officers and dedicated volunteers from neighbourhoods throughout the area served by 42 Division.

    For further information about activities and information available at the Open House, please contact 

    42 Division Community Services Office - at 416-808-4220 or 416-808-4251.

    And after the Open House, you are welcome to come north a couple of blocks and enjoy the food, restaurants and shops throughout Sheppard East Village BIA.  

  • Sir Alexander Mackenzie Christmas Concert

    One seasonal favourite in our neighbourhood is the annual Christmas concert performed by the talented choir, orchestra and band of this Senior Public School.

    To accommodate their audience, this concert will take place in the auditorium of Agincourt Collegiate.  The SAM concert will get underway at 7:00 p.m. - on Thursday December 15

    While there is no admission, you are invited to drop off a non-perishable item that will be given to the food bank of Agincourt Community Services.

    The students and staff of SAM wish everyone the best of the holiday season. 

  • Agincourt Collegiate Christmas Concert

    Another seasonal event in our neighbourhood - that always draws a very large crowd - is the Christmas concert performed by the award-winning orchestras, bands and choirs of Agincourt Collegiate Institute.

    This year’s concert will take place in the ACI auditorium – starting at 6:00 p.m., on Sunday December 11.

    The students and staff of ACI would be pleased to welcome you to this annual concert that will help everyone get into the spirit of the holiday season.

  • Golden Melody in Autumn

    On Saturday October 29 – from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. - everyone is invited to enjoy a unique musical concert called “Golden Melody in Autumn”.

    The ‘gold’ in the title refers to the golden oldies that will be sung – in both English and Chinese – by a popular group of entertainers.  

    Be sure to drop in and enjoy well-known radio DJ Larry Lo – along with his singing friends Hoppy Hui, Davy Poon and Andrew Kwan.

    The Oriental Centre is at the northeast corner of Brimley and Sheppard, in the heart of Sheppard East Village BIA, with free parking and bus service to the door.

  • SINGING CONTEST at the ORIENTAL CENTRE

    Here’s an interesting way to enjoy the last days of the summer of 2016 in Sheppard East Village – enjoy the Singing Contest being organized by the Oriental Centre (northeast corner of Brimley Rd. and Sheppard Ave.) over 2 weekends in September.

    This Singing Contest is open to singers of all ages, genders, and nationalities.  All types of music will qualify and any song is welcome.

    A committee will determine which singers will advance to the final round of this competition.

    On Sunday September 4, the preliminary rounds will take place in the Centre, starting at 1:30 p.m.

    On Sunday September 11, also at 1:30 p.m., the singers selected by the committee will all compete.  The singer declared the winner will receive a prize of $500.

    For further information about this Singing Contest : please email orientalcentre@gmail.com.

  • MAGIC FESTIVAL

    You are cordially invited to enjoy a free event in Sheppard East Village

    MAGIC FESTIVAL

    2016 

    Sunday August 14, 2016
    1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

    Oriental Centre
    4438 Sheppard Avenue East – at Brimley Road
    Information: 416-298-9838

  • EXPO 2016 Annual Summer Car Show

    Everyone is welcome to attend this free event in Sheppard East Village, presented by one of our BIA members – Premier Wheels Direct.  

    EXPO 2016

    annual summer car show 

    Sunday August 21, 2016

    11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

    at

    PREMIER WHEELS DIRECT

    4732 Sheppard Avenue East – just east of McCowan

    Information: mike@premierwheelsdirect.com

  • Enjoy Summerlicious in Sheppard East Village

    Borsalino Restaurant – at 4505 Sheppard Ave. East, between Brimley and McCowan - announced that it is participating in this popular Toronto food tradition once again.

    Three course prix-fixe lunches are available for $18.  Three course prix-fixe dinners are available for $28.  The foods are good quality, served in an appealing and friendly atmosphere.

    Summerlicious recommends that diners make reservations, to avoid disappointment.  You can call Borslino at 416-293-4443.  

    Interac is the sponsor of Summerlicious and welcomes the chance to handle your payment transactions on their convenient debit card system.

    Borsalino is one of two Summerlicious restaurants located north of Highway 401 and east of the Don Valley Parkway.

    Summerlicious runs until Sunday July 24/16 – be sure you don’t miss this great food opportunity!

  • Civic Centre Celebrations

    Everyone is invited to the Scarborough Civic Centre – from 12 noon until 10:00 p.m. - on Friday July 1 and Saturday July 2.

    Free Celebrations include something for everyone:  a Kids’ Zone; Food;  Entertainment;  an Arts Display;  and a Public Market & Food Fair, among many attractions.

    There will also be a special Ceremony in which some of Canada’s newest citizens will be welcomed.

    The Civic Centre has its own SRT stop – it is near McCowan, Brimley and Ellesmere TTC bus stops – it is just off Highway 401 and there is lots of parking nearby.

    The City of Toronto and the members of Scarborough Council invite you to enjoy these Celebrations.

    After the Celebrations, why not come a few blocks north – and enjoy the excellent restaurants and  many shops in Sheppard East Village?

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