WTJHS Xmas/Solstice Event, Thursday December 3, 7:30 pm

Join us for our annual night of celebration and conviviality!xmas

This year we will be at Junction Craft Brewing [where we held Wild Wild Junction 3 Ghost Stories in January.]   This event will feature WTJHS’ 2015 videos and the return of the WTJHS auction.  Please drop off items for auction at the archives or bring them on the night.

90 Cawthra Avenue Unit 101, Toronto, ON M6N 3C2
(416) 766-1616

Thursday, December 3, 2015: Celebrations start at 7:30 pm

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Past Event: Our November 5th Meeting: IT STARTED WITH A SONG…

Join us in Welcoming Jean Miso

MisoCrop-Edit-3Author and composer Jean Miso teaches music to children with developmental disabilities. Jean holds a BFA in music composition, a BA in psychology, a BEd and an MEd in curriculum studies.

Jean wrote the song, “We’ll Never Forget/Noublions jamais” for her students to learn for a Remembrance Day service. Since that time, the song has developed into a book. Jean been invited to Rideau Hall and to several locations in Europe to sing her song. As well, she has received a Veterans Affairs Commendation and a Commander Commendation for this book and another titled, “Their Duty, Our Pride.” On March 17th, her song became the official theme song for the Juno Beach Centre in Normandy, France.

On November 5th, Jean will share her ongoing experiences, from writing songs and books to all the fantastic places they have taken her, and the people she has been privileged to meet!

Jean’s books sell for $22.00 each, and the proceeds from the books are donated to support Remembrance, and to support our current military families. Jean has donated over $42,000.00 towards these causes.

Thursday, November 5, 2015: Business Meeting at 7:30 pm, Speaker at 8:15 pm,  Annette Library, 145 Annette Street, Toronto

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Past Event: Our October 1st Meeting, featuring Catherine Nasmith

Thursday, October 1 , 2015 :

Business Meeting and Part 2 of our AGM, at 7:30 pm, Speaker at 8:15 pm,  Annette Library, 145 Annette Street, Toronto

Catherine  Nasmith: “Old buildings teach us how to live lightly on the land, about our roots and who we are.”

Come hear our speaker’s presentation on, “Main Street as Old Growth Forest”

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