Events

Upcoming Events

  • 1917: Canada Comes of Age

    05/01/2018 - Toronto, Ontario

    Join us throughout May in the Community Room* of Montgomery's Inn to enjoy this free exhibit: '1917 - Canada Comes of Age' a story told in visual images. It was to be one of the most difficult and challenging years in Canada’s then young history. On the battlefields of Europe Canadians perished by the thousands while at home unrest and riots over conscription broke out. In Halifax one of the greatest maritime disasters destroyed most of the city. Women fought for the vote. The legendary Tom Thomson passed away under mysterious circumstances and the NHL was born. 50 years removed from Confederation and 50 years before the glorious summer of ’67 in Montreal, 1917 was the year of the crucible. It was a coming of age story. 1917 - Canada Comes of Age is a multi-city, multi-artist exhibition that examines this most critical year in our history. Curated by artist brothers Ross and Dave Rheaume, the show has had stops in Ottawa, Cornwall, Aurora, and Old Chelsea, Quebec. More than twenty paintings, all contributed by working professional artists, make up the exhibition. Participating Artists: Ross Rheaume Dave Rheaume** Ken Kirsch Jo Ellen Brydon Erin Whitten Crysdale Linda Finn Mike MacLean Peter Purdy Sue Miller S. Gordon Harwood Andrew King Lydia Pepin For more information, please visit their Facebook page: 1917 - Canada Comes of Age *the elevator is temporarily unavailable. If you require an accessible entrance please use the patio entrance along Dundas Street West **Curator Dave Rheaume will be speaking with the public Saturday, May 26th 11:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. Doors Open Toronto at Montgomery's Inn

  • Thirsty Thursday Tavern Night

    05/24/2018 - Toronto, Ontario

    The last Thursday of every month is Thirsty Thursday Tavern night at the Inn. Click here for more info.

  • Doors Open Toronto - Village of Islington Mural Tours

    05/26/2018 - Etobicoke, ON

    The historic Village of Islington is participating in the SAT. May 26 & SUN. May27 weekend of Doors Open Toronto by showing off their magnificent outdoor art. The Village of Islington business improvement area (BIA) welcomes Doors Open Toronto guests to explore the outdoors. Free guided tours lead by community volunteers leave at noon, 1,2,3, and 4PM from Montgomery's Inn.  

     

    Trolley tickets can be booked with the City of Toronto Doors Open site but guests must checkin at the desk at the parking lot entrance.- first come, first serve for the hourly trolley rides.  Walking tours may be made available if groups of 10 or more gather after the trolley if full.

  • Music at Doors Open Toronto

    05/26/2018 - Etobicoke, ON

    Love music? Come out and hear some live vocal and instrumental music performed by the students of The Music Studio! This is a free event. Don’t miss out! When: May 26th and 27th, 2018 Time: 12:40 pm, 1:40 pm and 2:40 pm on each day Where: Montgomery’s Inn – 4709 Dundas Street West We hope to see you there! Call 416.234.9268 or email lessons@themusicstudio.ca for more information. www.themusicstudio.ca

  • 9th Annual Spring Bird Festival

    05/26/2018 - Toronto, Ontario

    A family-friendly educational event that highlights the importance of bird habitat and biodiversity, through live bird displays, guided bird walks, children’s activities, bird feeder building, bird-viewing stations, and a variety of educational displays. Plus, the Festival corresponds with one of the most exciting annual bird migrations in Toronto, so you're almost guaranteed a spectacular show!

  • Wills & Powers of Attorney – Why EVERYONE should have them.

    05/29/2018 - Etobicoke, ON

    Oksana Miroutenko, a seasoned, local, barristor & solictor will share her knowledge and real experiences on why EVERYONE should have a will & power of attorneys. She will also debunk the myth that only rich people need them. Join us Thursday May 29th and find out why a little time and money invested now could save you thousands later. Register on Eventbrite for this free seminar 6:30 – Networking 7:00 – Oksana Miroutenko Sponsored by Lola Macanowicz Insurance & Financial Services – The Co-operators. Home – Auto – Life – Critical Illness – Disability – Travel – Business – Group – Investments

  • Oh, Canada! Etobicoke Centennial Choir's Summer concert

    06/02/2018 - Etobicoke , Ontario M9A 3C1

    Etobicoke Centennial Choir’s final concert of the season showcases the diverse talents of Canadian choral composers and arrangers. With repertoire ranging from the sacred - Imant Raminsh’s sublime Ave Verum Corpus and Toronto composer Srul Irving Glick’s contemporary setting of texts from the Psalms, Sing unto the Lord a New Song - to choral interpretations of Canadian folk songs, spirited Maritime sea shanties and Paul Halley’s stirring Freedom Trilogy, the choir will take the audience on a musical journey of our home and native land. Conductor: Henry Renglich, Music Director of Etobicoke Centennial Choir. Accompanist: Carl Steinhauser, piano. Guest Instrumentalist: Angela Schwarzkopf, harp. Order online at www.etobicokecentennialchoir.ca or phone (416) 779-2258.

  • Plaque Presentation

    06/09/2018 - Toronto, ON

     

    Join Heritage Toronto for the plaque presentation of the former Etobicoke Town Hall @ 4946 Dundas W. Fox & Fiddle.

    Free mural tours and refreshments for all!  

     

  • Networking & Connecting with The Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce

    06/12/2018 - Etobicoke, ON

    REGISTER HERE - https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/networking-connecting-with-the-canadian-womens-chamber-of-commerce-tickets-45201881043?aff=es2 VIBE Centre and Lola Macanowicz Insurance & Financial Services is delighted to bring to you an evening of networking & connecting with the Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce. Join us for this wine and cheese reception to meet and network with other liked minded women in business and find out how CanWWC is shaping the future of women’s entrepreneurship in Canada.

  • A Journey Through Time - Village of Islington Mural Walk Tour

    06/14/2018 - Etobicoke, ONt

    This 90 min walk covering a 1 km stretch (2km loop) along Dundas St W will explore the 27 murals in the historic Village of Islington. Lola Macanowicz, chair of the BIA, will personally take you through the village on a guided tour of the murals. Come enjoy a great outdoor activity, while learning a bit of the local history and seeing the stunning, award winning, mural art upclose. Wear comfortable shoes, bring water and dress appropriately for the weather. The tour starts and stops at VIBE Centre. Sponsored by Lola Macanowicz Insurance & Financial Services - The Co-operators.