In his conversation of Corktown, historian J.M.S. Careless (1919-2009) once said, “People Make Neighbourhoods.”
Corktown, Toronto, acquired its named sometime after the mid-19th century due to the predominance of Irishmen in the area. Yet, as years went by its settlement pattern changed resulting in its history including stories of people from different ethnic backgrounds.
Join Coralina R. Lemos to hear select stories from her newly released book titled,
“Corktown: The History of a Toronto Neighbourhood and the People Who Made It.“
Copies of Ms. Lemos book will be available for sale.
To read more on the presenter and book click: Corktown History
Event Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: St. Matthew’s Clubhouse
450 Broadview Avenue, Riverdale Park East at Langley and Broadview
Free to Members -or- pay $5.00 at door
Membership (Sept to May): $20.00 individual / $30 per couple
For area parking information click: Parking
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