NEWSLETTER

The Probus Club of Kingsway/Islington
NEWSLETTER
November 2014
Issue # 76
Co-Presidents’ Message
Management Committee 2013-2014
Co-Presidents
Carole &
Richard Cosburn
Past Co-Presidents
Linda Johnson &
Sylvia Newman
st
1 Vice-Presidents
Ken McFadyen
nd
2 Vice-Co-Presidents Pat & Murray Wood
Secretary
Tim Sulisz
Treasurer
David Snow
Membership
Gillian O’Rourke
Newsletter
Jack Markham
Events Coordinator
Jeanmarie
Crowther-Wroe
Clubs Coordinator
Kathy Riddell
Social Coordinator
Roberta Saunders
Members at Large
Donna Thomas
Donald Turner
Archivist
Betty Glave
416-243-0042
416-622-8170
416-236-9608
416-247-0589
416-239-9545
416-249-7392
416-239-5349
416-622-2171
416-546-0201
For this incoming year 2014-15 we look forward to being
your new co-presidents. We will endeavor to continue to
provide great, quality programs to which you have enjoyed
over the last eight years.
We
congratulate
Kingsway/Islington
Management
Committee whose guidance and expertise has been so
instrumental in making our club such a thriving one. The
committee welcomes all the Probus members to come
forward with new ideas and suggestions. This is how we will
keep our club alive and growing.
905-306-8106
416-749-0848
416-626-6436
416-622-7154
416-234-9117
416-482-6452
We have “big shoes” to fill. Linda Johnson and Sylvia
Newman, with their warmth, grace and inventiveness, have
provided a very successful and meaningful programs for us
all. We thank them sincerely. We also welcome Pat and
nd
Murray Woods, as 2 Vice-Presidents to our Management
Committee. They are a valuable asset to our club as they
are experienced Probus Club members.
Activities/Clubs Committee
Book Club
Bulletin Board
Dinner Group
Digital Photography
Euchre Club
Games Club
Greeters Group
Investment
Sally Goodwillie
Judy Snow
Judy Evans
Donna Thomas
Arlene MacKenzie
Maggie Hoffmann
Wendy Edgett
Jan Crowle
Frank O’Rourke
Luncheon Group
Jean Fox
Arlene MacKenzie
Neighbourhood Walks Ella Barrick
Jan Nobuto
Pub Club
Harry Sutton
Walking Club
James Rayner
416-244-2233
416-239-5349
416-231-8410
416-622-7154
416-622-0792
416-249-7392
416-621-8165
416-621-2125
416-622-2171
416-255-6127
416-622-0792
416-626-7671
905-624-9008
416-622-5464
416-233-1909
Thank you for your generous contribution to the Veteran’s
Poppy Fund. We collected $89.45 at the Tuesday, October
th
28 meeting.
Please continue to check your Newsletters for upcoming
events in November, December and January. The dreary
winter months ahead should not keep us housebound if we
partake in the activities planned. We will strive to arrange
for safe and easy transportation to these activities so that
we are all socially involved.
We anticipate a very exciting year ahead and look forward
to seeing you at our next meeting on Tuesday, November
th
25 at the Islington Golf Club.
Carole & Rich
Postal Address
Probus Club of Kingsway/Islington
P.O. Box 301 Station D
Etobicoke, Ontario M9A 4X3
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Next Meeting—at Islington Golf Club
Newsletter
Tuesday, November 25 Diana P. Trepkov
IAI Certified Forensic Artist, Member of the Toronto Police
Victim Witness Advisory Committee. Topic - A forensic
Artist's inspirational approach to the missing and
unidentified. She has completed 151 law enforcement cold
cases to date & is an author of 2 children's books on
safety.
Meetings start at 10:00 am; speakers at 10:30 am
A $10.00 charge, payable by cash or cheque, is
applicable for guests-you must notify Gillian
O’Rourke in advance if you would like to bring a
guest.
Member contributions to the newsletter may be sent to:
[email protected]
The newsletter is available online:
www.probus.org/14kingisltn.htm
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Membership: 250
Those interested in joining should contact Gillian
O’Rourke.
At each meeting please pick up your badge and sign in at
the Membership Table. Also, kindly return your badge to
the Table at the end of the meeting.
Please notify Roberta Saunders concerning a
seriously ill or deceased member of the club.
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It is recommended that members have their cheque-books at
meetings as membership dues, special events, and activities
must be paid by cheque.
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Don’t forget our draw. At each meeting there is a cash draw.
Bring your toonies.
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Announcements
Starting October 14 - FITNESS/EXERCISING
Come and join Kathy Riddell at the Christ of Kings Anglican Church (basement) at 475 Rathburn just west of 427
on either Tuesday or Thursday mornings from 9:30 to 10:30 for Fitness/ Exercising. A fee of $10.00 per session with
a discount if you attend multi times. Any question feel free to call me at 416-749-0848
Those on the waiting list are welcome to come to Probus events
Probus members, please tell your friends who are on our waiting list that they may come to any of our activities and
events at cost (with the exception of those events that have a guest surcharge). We welcome all.
Bus Pick up for Events
Where an event includes a bus pick-up this will always be at the north/east corner of Islington at Aberfoyle, unless
stated otherwise.
Roberta’s Corner
Well, here we are fast approaching Halloween. The leaves are coming down so quickly. It's time to put outside furniture
etc. away until spring. Another sign that winter is fast approaching is that this weekend we turn our clocks back-don't
forget!!
It's that time when a pot of chili cooking on the stove or a nice stew just hits the spot!!
My sons and I and three of the grandkids ventured to the cottage last weekend to close up for the winter. When we got
up Sunday morning the ground was covered with snow and it was snowing - quite beautiful. The kids were very
excited.
Friends came visiting last week and they brought me some muffins. They were delicious. I have to admit I ate them all quite quickly!!. Here is the recipe.
Ruth's Apple Cranberry Muffins
#1
!
cup buttermilk
3/4 cup oatmeal
1/2 dried cranberries
1/3 cup natural wheat bran
#2
1/2 cup liquid honey
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 egg
#3
1 cup all purpose flour
11/2 tsp baking
powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp salt
#4
1 cup chopped apple
In a large bowl mix together #1 and let stand 15 minutes. Stir in #2 and mix. Stir in #3 just until combined and then add
#4
Pour into greased muffin tin and bake at 375 for 18-20 minutes. Let cool on rack for 5 minutes and then remove from
pan to rack.
These freeze well so would be good to have on hand. Let me know how you do with this recipe. I am going to make
it. They sure were delicious!!
Roberta
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PAYMENT MEANS CONFIRMATION
Probus will accept only cheques for events, activities and tours.
Cheques cannot be post-dated for the specified cut-off dates.
Cheques will be destroyed in the event the activity is cancelled.
REFUNDS
Once a tour or event has been filled and booked and
Kingsway/Islington has paid the monies, we are not
able to process refunds.
Events
Please ensure that all events are marked on your calendars as we no longer telephone a “reminder” for
events.
 This symbol indicates an event or activity offered for the first time, or for which there is additional or new
information
PROBUS EVENTS FOR THE MONTHS OF NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2014.
Wednesday, November 5
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ANNUAL HAMILTON FALL GARDEN & MUM
TOYL
70.00
SHOW AT GAGE PARK IN HAMILTON.
This show’s theme is the upcoming Pan American Games in 2015. This event includes a visit to the Farmer’s Market;
buffet luncheon at Tuckers Marketplace in Burlington; Fall Mum show and a stop in at Denninger’s Foods of the world.
** Pickup on Aberfoyle (Back entrance to Sun Life Bldg) for 9:30am departure. Returning 5:30pm
Thursday, November 6
PORT PERRY SHOPPING; PUB LUNCH &
TOYL
73.00
BLUE HERON CASINO
This event includes a visit to the downtown area with its charming shops and stores; lunch at the Harp and Wylies pub
(prime rib and Yorkshire pudding or baked Chicken breast supreme stuffed with fresh basil pesto; followed by apple pie
and ice cream. 3 hours to play at the Blue Heron casino ($15 casino bonus) and a stop at the white feather country
crafts store & bakery. Home around 6:45
** Ppickup on Aberfoyle (Back entrance to Sun Life Bldg) for 8:30am departure. Returning 6:45pm
THEATRE ETOBICOKE “Bedside Manners”, Maggie
20.00
(Assembly Hall on Lakeshore)
It is show time at the Theatre Etobicoke. Come and join us at the Assembly Hall for “Bedside Manners”, a comedy by
Derek Benfield. Only 3 tickets left!!!!!! Showtime 2:00pm. Maggie will hand out tickets at the Assembly hall.
Sunday, November 16
Thursday, November 27
“A CLOSER WALK WITH PATSY CLINE(St. Jacobs). SENIORS
102.00
This toe tappin, foot stompin, hand clapping musical follows the tumultuous life of this gifted singer through triumphs
and tragedies to her meteoric rise in the Grand Ole Opry. Buffet lunch will be served at the Crossroads Restaurant, as
well as time at the Market for shopping.
** Pickup on Aberfoyle (Back entrance to Sun Life Bldg) for 9:00am departure
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Wednesday December 3 , “THE CHRISTMAS SEASON” IN PORT HOPE AND COBOURG
79.00
Arriving at the Capital Theatre in Port Hope we pick up our guide (Betty), then enjoy Hot Chocolate & cookies. From
there we view the beautiful festival of trees and lights at this historic theatre. Afterwards we go to Cobourg for a tour of
their beautiful heritage town hall (Victoria Hall). Next we visit St. Peters Anglican Church for a guided tour and an organ
recital on their Caravan Frères organ. The event includes a festive turkey dinner at the Woodlawn Inn. On the way
home, we will tour the Christmas light displays in both Cobourg and Port Hope and then head for home. Arriving
around 9:00pm
** Ppickup on Aberfoyle (Back entrance to Sun Life Bldg) for 11:00am departure. Returning 9:00pm
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Tuesday, December 9
PROBUS CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON
Lambton Golf & Country Club on Scarlett Road
Members $49.00 - Guests $55.00
We will gather at 11:30 am. (Please note: We have been asked by the Club Management to respect
their members, and not arrive before11:30 am. Lunch will be served at 12:30 am. Tickets will be
handed out for a free drink & prizes.
You have a choice of 3 lunches:
Traditional Turkey dinner with all the
“fixings”
Grilled Salmon with dilled cream
Dressing; Parsley Potatoes & Veg.
Vegetarian dinner.
All three meals include soup (Carrot & Ginger)
and a dessert of Egg Nog Cheese Cake.
Please indicate your choice of meal, turkey, salmon or vegetarian on your cheque.
Last sign up date is at our November 25th meeting.
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Wednesday, December 10
GERITOL FOLLIES CHRISTMAS SHOW
This spectacular show will be held at the McIntyre Performing Arts
SENIORS
92.00
OLE’TYME CHRISTMAS/MACKENZIE HOUSE/
Cost: $38.00
TORONTO CHRISTMAS MARKET IN THE
DISTILLERY DISTRICT (OUTDOORS) AND THE ST. LAWRENCE MARKET
This is a fun day of sightseeing and shopping at two markets for last minute Christmas shopping. Lunch is not
included, but we will have a 2 hour break to shop and buy lunch. Transportation will be by school bus, so dress warm.
** Pickup on Aberfoyle (back door to the Sun Life Bldg) for a Departure of 10:30am.
Thursday, December 11
Saturday, December13
TORONTO WELSH MALE VOICE CHOIR
7:30PM
20.00
Maggie will hand out tickets at Calvin Presbyterian Church, 26 Delisle Avenue (Yonge & St. Clair) around 7:30 pm for
a wonderful evening.
Thursday, December 18
2014 CHRISTMAS FLOWER SHOW AT CENTENNIAL PAR CONSERVATORY
151 Elmcrest Road Nr. Rathburn & Centennial Park Roads.
$10.00
Probus Open House presented by the friends of the Centennial Conservatory,
We should gather around 1:45pm – Event time is 2:00pm
PLEASE NOTE:
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Coming up in February, (Thurs. February the 19 .) We have Probus at Montgomery Inn. Margot has arranged for us
to visit the Montgomery Inn to “Concoct, Cavort, and Carouse. We will observe hearth cooking; learn a very easy
dance of the times followed by carousing with our friends over a cup of tea. Time: 1.00pm to 3:30pm. Last Day for
signing up will be the January Probus Meeting. This is a good event and will probably fill up quickly. We will
start signing up in November.!!!
Activities/Clubs
Book Club
Sally Goodwillie
416-244-2233
The next meeting will be November 12, in the Board Room, Islington United Church when our book will be Light
Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman. For more information, please call Sally Goodwillie at the above number.
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Book Exchange
At every meeting, a table at the back of the meeting room is set up for members to exchange either paperback or hard
cover books that are in good condition. Please drop off your books early so other members have an opportunity to
check them out. At the end of the meeting, be sure to retrieve any of your books which have not been picked up.
Bowling Club
Donna Thomas
416-622-7154
Bowling will continue to meet at Bowlerama (lower level) on Dundas Street West, Etobicoke for 5-pin bowling on
Mondays at 1 p.m. (with the exception of long weekends and school holidays). The cost is $10.75 for 3 games.
Contact Donna Thomas if you wish to join the group.
Camera Club - The Camera Club meets on Monday, November 3 at 7 p.m. at the home of Tim Sulisz. For
information concerning the next meeting date and program, contact Donna Thomas.
Dinner Club
Judy Evans
416-231-8410
Dinner is Thursday, November 13, 2014 at : Grappa Ristorante at 6:30 pm, (416) 535-3337, at 690 The Queensway,
Etobicoke, just two blocks east of Royal York on the north side, http//grapparestaurant.ca
They have excellent Italian cuisine with several appetizers, pasta dishes, meat, fish and seafood entrees and desserts.
There is also one fixe prix offering that includes appetizer, entrée and dessert for $35.00.
Your host is Linda Johnson 416-622-8170
Please RSVP to
Linda Johnson
by Monday, November 10, 2014
Thanks and see you there.
Euchre Club
Members will be advised.
Arlene MacKenzie
416-622-0792
Games Club
Maggie Hoffmann
416-249-7392
The games club at Maggie and Tim's place will return to it regular meeting time of 2.00 p.m. on the 3rd Tuesday of the
month, November 18th. If you are planning to attend, kindly send a note to Maggie to ensure that there will be a seat
for you.
Greeters’ Group
Wendy Edgett
416-621-8165
Thank you to all those who signed up to be greeters, welcoming us to our monthly meetings throughout the year.
The greeters welcoming us on November 25th will be Lilian and Bill Borwick.
Gate 403 Jazz Club
Wendy Edgett 416-621-8165
Kathy Riddell 416-749-0848
The "First Monday Jazz Club" will meet at Gate 403 on Roncesvalles (opposite the Revue Cinema) on Monday,
December 1st, when the Mike Daley Trio will be playing 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm.
There is parking (paid) on Roncesvalles and free parking on side streets and in the parking lot of Howard Park Public
School on Howard Park Avenue.
Gate 403 has a varied and reasonably-priced menu of pub meals and beverages. All are welcome!
Investment Club
Frank O'Rourke 416-622-2171
Jan Crowle 416-621-2125
The November meeting will be held November 11, 2:00 pm at the Fairfield Seniors Centre, 80 Lothian Ave. The
speaker will be Tim Sulisz and his topic will be "Investing Strategies". Our new Open Forum session and the portfolio
reviews will also take place. All Probus members are invited.
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Luncheon Club
Jean Fox
416-255-6127
Arlene MacKenzie
416-622-0792
The Lunch Club will be going to the Spoon & Fork on the Queensway November 4th at 12 noon. Call myself or Arlene
to confirm. Thanks.
Neighbourhood Walks Club
Ella Barrick
416-626-7671
Jan Nobuto
905-624-9008
The fall R0M walk in Cabbagetown was enjoyed by 17 participants followed by a delicious lunch in the area. We will be
planning a walk in the spring so look for information in February's newsletter.
The Pub Club
Harry Sutton
416-622-5464
Pub Club report.
There were three stalwart Pubbers at Scruffy Murphy’s in October. Methinks October is not a good month for the
Pubbers Closing down summer activities and the start of the winter activities causing a tight and confusing month.
Also we will have to switch to Thursday to avoid conflict with curling schedules. Ah, and we thought retirement meant
all the time to do whatever. Taint necessarily so!
OK, the date for November will be Thursday, November 20th. at noon as usual. The location Scruffy Murphy's on the
East Mall. The regulars will receive a reminder via e-mail as usual.
Discussion re. date and location for future meetings will be discussed.
The Walking Club
James Rayner
416-233-1909
In October, the walking group had two walks amidst the beauty of the fall colours. The first was Erindale Park in
Mississauga, up the Credit River from Dundas St. to Hwy. 403.
The second was the Humber Valley from Étienne Brûlé park, through Bâby Point, to James Gardens and back.
The next date for the Walking Group, November 26.
Upcoming Speakers for April 2015
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Kelley Richards, brother of Phil Richards who painted Queen Elizabeth's portrait for her Jubilee, will discuss through
photographs the two year process it took until the final unveiling at Buckingham Palace.
Additional speakers for 2015 will be outlined in the December Newsletter
Synopsis of the presentation by our October speaker
Escape, Evasion, and Revenge*
Marc H. Stevens
Do you remember that WWII film, The Great Escape, in which prisoners of war (POW), led by Steve McQueen with his
dogged determination to escape to freedom by tunneling right under the eyes of the Nazi guards, finally succeeded
due to Steve’s American ingenuity and grit? You know, the great escape that, in spite of Hollywood, actually involved
British and Commonwealth servicemen? Well, that adventure pales in comparison to the adventures of Peter Stevens,
an RAF pilot in World War II. At this month’s Probus Club meeting, his son Marc fascinated us with the tale of his
father’s exploits. It is an amazing tale of how a German Jew ended up as a member of the British Royal Air Force and
how he was able to escape the fate of many of his fellow German Jews after being shot down in enemy territory,
eventually returning to Germany to help the country recover from the devastation of the war.
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But wait: Peter Stevens was not really Peter Stevens. Born in 1919 in Hanover, Georg Franz Hein was one of three
children in a moderately comfortable Jewish family. As the Nazi party gained power in Germany and carried out its
program of confiscating Jewish businesses and persecuting Jews, their mother made sure that the three children
eventually ended up in the United Kingdom, sending them between 1933 and 1938. Mother stayed behind, not
realizing the danger she was in. Georg was bitter about the situation, gambling away what was left of the family
fortune, about £6,000. At the age of 20, he was arrested for petty crimes, jailed but obtained an early release because
after September 1, 1939, the authorities foresaw the need for extra jail spaces.
Realizing that he was in danger of being evicted from Britain because of his nationality, Georg remembered a
classmate who had died a couple of years earlier, visited the grave to get personal details, and obtained papers that
identified him as the dead classmate, Peter Stevens. By then, “Peter” had lost his German accent and cultivated a
British upper class accent. He even claimed to be a member of the Church of England. It was under this stolen
identity that he enlisted in the Royal Air Force (RAF).
From 1939 to 1941, he trained as a bomber pilot, joining 144 Squadron April 1, 1941 with which he flew 22 combat
missions. On August 6, his plane was jumped by a German fighter over Belgium but he was able to crash-land it in
England, saving his life and those of three injured crewmen. While bombing Berlin, September 7, his bomber was
riddled with flak and he was forced to land near Amsterdam where he was captured by the Nazis the next day before
he could contact the Dutch underground. After a grueling interrogation, he was sent to POW camp Oflag X-C at
Lübeck.
The next month, along with Canadian Mike Lewis, he escaped from a slowly moving prisoner train. The two made
their way to Georg’s mother’s home looking for shelter and food, only to find that, seeing no way out of her situation,
she had committed suicide in 1939. The escapees turned to other relatives for food, shelter, and clothing and while en
route to Switzerland, were re-arrested at Frankfurt train station because they had no i.d. papers.
This time, Peter/Georg was sent to Oflag VI-B at Warburg where he convinced the “escape committee” to tailor him a
fake guard’s uniform and in December, 1941, he boldly marched a group of 10 prisoners out the front gate of the
prison. But there was a glitch: the gate guard needed the signature of the camp commandant, which Peter didn’t have.
Back to prison, this time Oflag XX1-B at Schubin, Poland, as the Nazis were moving prisoners further east to
discourage escapes. Nevertheless, in March 1943, along with 33 others, Peter escaped the camp through a tunnel
that ran under the camp latrine. This time, he managed to travel as far as Cologne (300 miles) before being
recaptured and taken to Stalag Luft 3, at Sagan, Poland, the site of the real Great Escape.
But Peter was not part of the famed Great Escape; that was in a different part of the camp. His attempt at freedom
was known as the Wooden Horse Caper. The men built a vaulting horse for exercise but while some were vaulting,
others were inside digging an escape tunnel. Because of his contribution to the escape attempts, he was named head
of the “Contacts Dept.” for the east compound escape organization; i.e., he could trade with the enemy, bribe guards,
and look after Red Cross parcels.
However, he did not manage to escape from this last camp as the Nazis started marching their prisoners back to
Germany while the Russians were advancing through Poland. This was known as the Death March of
January/February, 1945. His last camp was finally liberated in April, 1945.
In total, Peter made eight attempts at escaping from POW camps and his exploits are found in at least ten “escape”
books. He stayed in the RAF for two more years, working as an Aide-de-Camp and in 1946 was awarded the Military
Cross. He then joined the British spy agency, MI-6, primarily serving as a spy on the Soviets in Germany and trying to
repatriate German industrialists in order to revive the German economy.
In 1952, Peter tossed a coin to see if he should move to Australia or Canada. He moved to Montreal, worked in
aviation, met and married Marc’s mother, living in Ottawa, and later, Toronto. He died in 1969 while undergoing
chemotherapy for lung cancer which came from his smoking habit that he had picked up in the POW camps-- a sad
end for a hero who had cheated death so many times!
Reviewed by James Rayner
*Escape, Evasion, and Revenge by Marc H. Stevens ISBN 978 1 84884 554 1 (Pen and Sword)
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Probus Club of Kingsway/Islington
Calendar of Upcoming Events & Activities
Please note: Times noted for tours and outings are start or bus pickup times.
Please always arrive at least 15 minutes early or as otherwise requested.
Events Activities
Nov. 5
9:30 am
Nov. 6
8:30 am
Nov. 16
Nov. 25
Nov. 27
Dec. 10
Dec. 3
Dec. 9
Dec. 11
2:00 pm
9:30 am
9:00 am
11:00 am
11:30 am
10:30 am
Dec 13
Dec. 18
7:30 pm
1:45 pm
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ANNUAL HAMILTON FALL GARDEN & MUM
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SHOW AT GAGE PARK IN HAMILTON.
PORT PERRY SHOPPING; PUB LUNCH &
BLUE HERON CASINO
THEATRE ETOBICOKE (Assembly Hall on Lakeshore).
PROBUS GENERAL MEETING
A CLOSER WALK WITH PATSY CLINE(St Jacobs).
GERITOL FOLLIES CHRISTMAS SHOW
“THE CHRISTMAS SEASON” IN PORT HOPE AND COBOURG
ANNUAL KINGSWAY/ISLINGTON PROBUS CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON
OLE’TYME CHRISTMAS/MACKENZIE HOUSE/
TORONTO CHRISTMAS MARKET IN THE
DISTILLERY DISTRICT (OUTDOORS) AND THE ST. LAWRENCE MARKET
TORONTO WELSH MALE VOICE CHOIR.
2014 CHRISTMAS FLOWER SHOW AT CENTENNIAL PAR CONSERVATORY
Club Activities
November
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3
3,10,17,24
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12
13
18
20
25
26
5:00 pm
7:00 pm
1:00 pm
12:00 noon
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
6:30 pm
2:00 pm
12:00 noon
9:00 am
Jazz Supper Club
Camera Club
Bowling Club
Luncheon Club
Investment Club
Book Club
Dinner Club
Games Club
Pub Club
Greeters Group
Walking Club
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