Community Events and Outreach

UPCOMING EVENTS HOSTED BY THE BABY POINT HERITAGE FOUNDATION AND OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS: 

AUGUST 2019

Walk the Six West – FREE EVENT

Walk along the shared path and witness the magic of outdoor theatre as we celebrate the diverse human history of the Humber River. Dates and details below.  Click on the image to enlarge.

Saturday, August 3rd:  Location: Etienne Brule Park, Toronto (by Old Mill Subway) Time: 12pm – 2pm and 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Sunday, August 4th:  Location; McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinberg, Time:  1pm – 3pm

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MAY 2019

May 12, 2019: “The May 12th walking tour of “Trees, Trails & Tails: Baby Point” will be led by Jane Clark. 
 
Jane has been a member of the Toronto & East York Community Preservation Panel since 2013. She is a freelance writer and proofreader, with an interest and extensive volunteer experience in issues around heritage preservation, the environment (particularly the urban forest), animal welfare, and urbanism.
 
Jane is the Communications Lead for the TEYCPP, and has organized several heritage-related events, including the Toronto Cultural Heritage Landscapes Forum. She has led several Jane’s Walks over the last few years and is the Regional Organizer for the annual Jane’s Walk event in Durham Region, offering a range of walks and rides in six municipalities. 
 
Below is the Heritage Toronto site for this particular tour.

 

May 28, 2019:  Please join us in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Humber as a designated Heritage River, on Tuesday, May 28, 2019, 7:30 pm at the Baby Point Club, 71 Baby Point Road.  RSVP to details below.  (please click on the image to enlarge).

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Thank you to everyone who attended our celebration of the Humber River 20th Anniversary as a designated Heritage River, on Tuesday, May 28th at the Baby Point Club.  It was a great success!  We had a record turn out with over 30 people in attendance. A big shout out and thank you to our 2019 AGM guest speaker Gary Wilkins of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority for his informative and fascinating presentation of the Humber River and Baby Point history.  Below are some images of the event courtesy of photographer Lance Gleich.

Gary Wilkins spoke on the 20th anniversary of the designation of the Humber River as a Canadian Heritage River at the Baby Point Club in Toronto, Ontario on 28-May-2019.

Gary Wilkins talked about the process of designating the Humber River as a Canadian Heritage River at the Baby Point Club in Toronto, Ontario on 28-May-2019.

Gary Wilkins talked about the process of designating the Humber River as a Canadian Heritage River at the Baby Point Club in Toronto, Ontario on 28-May-2019.

The Carrying Place was key to the designation of the Humber River as a Canadian Heritage River as explained by Gary Wilkins in Toronto, Ontario on 28-May-2019.

The Carrying Place was key to the designation of the Humber River as a Canadian Heritage River as explained by Gary Wilkins in Toronto, Ontario on 28-May-2019.

 

NOVEMBER 2017

Lambton House is hosting two back to back events this month:

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