Two-hour walk looks at famous local personalities
The Jane’s Walk on Harbord Village: An Historic Downtown Neighbourhood will take place on May 4 at 2 p.m., beginning at Brunswick House Rexall on the southeast corner on Bloor Street West and Brunswick Avenue.
This two-hour walk is led by Richard Longley of the Architectural Conservancy Ontario.
It focuses on Harbord Village: who built it, lived, worked, studied and played in it. Well-known figures of the area include poet Gwendolyn McEwan, photographers William James and Humphrey Hime, Toronto’s first black postman Albert Jackson, Joe Shuster who co-invented Superman, and Dr. Norman Bethune.
The walk will end on College Street, north of the entrance to Kensington Market.
For more information about this and other Jane’s Walks go to the website.
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