Events

14TH Annual Artwalk

14TH Annual Artwalk

Oct. 4th, 2018 to Oct 24th, 2018

14TH ANNUAL ARTWALK

The Yonge Lawrence Village BIA presented its 14th Annual Artwalk in partnership with The North Toronto Group of Artists (NTGA).

Artwalk is a free, fun fall event providing 3 weeks of art exhibits, displayed in local store windows.

The public is invited to take a stroll through our Village and view as many displays as possible. Everyone will have a chance to vote for their favourite window display by going on-line to the BIA`s website to vote  for the 'PEOPLE's CHOICE AWARD’. A random winner (selected from the votes received) will win a gift certificate from a Yonge Lawrence Village merchant.

VOTE HERE 

 

 



 

 

 

Winter Retail Promotion 2018

Winter Retail Promotion 2018

December 8, 15, 22, 2018 11:30 am to 2:30 pm

On Saturdays, Dec 8, 15, 22, Santa and our Village Carolers make their annual visit to the Village to meet and greet shoppers and hand out treats to the kids. They will be making a special stop at the Locke Library on Saturday, December 16th from 2 pm to 2:30 pm. Bring your camera and take pictures with Santa. When you see Santa on the street, dont forget to ask him for your free, reusable Yonge Lawrence Village enviro-friendly Shopping Bag.

WHERE TO FIND SANTA & HIS CAROLERS;

East or West side of Yonge Street between Lawrence Avenue and Yonge Boulevard

 

2019 Village Day & Sidewalk Sale

2019 Village Day & Sidewalk Sale

Sat, June 08, 2019 10 am to 5 pm

Join us for our annual Village Day Street Festival which takes place on Yonge Street from Lawrence Avenue to Yonge Boulevard . . .  fun for the entire family!

HIGHLIGHTS; 

  • a village-long sidewalk sale
  • quality live entertainment
  • kids play areas
  • your favourite animated characters
  • clowns, face painting

This is a FREE event presented by the Yonge Lawrence Village BIA on behalf of its member merchants.

 

COMMUNITY EVENTS

COMMUNITY EVENTS

2018-11-07

Wednesday, November 7th, 7:15pm - 9:00pm

Fairlawn Avenue United Church
28 Fairlawn Avenue

Stories of Resilience:  Staying Hopeful through Difficult Experiences
A panel discussion on coping with stressful situations

Join us for an evening of finding hope amidst life’s difficult moments. Three frontline professionals who help others deal with traumatic events will share stories of resilience.  You will hear moving stories of their own experiences and those of people they have helped.

Our panel:
Andrew Corkill, Detective Constable, Toronto Police Services
Reverend Ron Nickle, Former Chaplain, Toronto Fire Services
Christine Jonas-Simpson, Specialist in Living and Transforming with Loss
Moderator: Annie Ewing

For more information and to register for this free event please visit us online at
www.fairlawnchurch.ca/hope
This event is an Adult Education initiative