North Toronto Historical Society Monthly Meetings
 
September to October 2017


Toronto's Movie Theatres of Yesteryear

Relive the memories of Toronto's old movie theatres during the golden age of the silver screen in a nostalgic trip into the past with Doug Taylor, author of Toronto Theatres and the Golden Age of the Silver Screen and Toronto's Local Movie Theatres of Yesteryear. His presentation will be illustrated with archival photos of the theatres - exteriors, auditoriums, marquees and neon signs - and will be accompanied by personal anecdotes.


Cumberland & Storm: Landmark Masters

Fred Cumberland and William Storm formed the most successful architecture firm in Victorian Toronto. Their works included University College, St. James Cathedral, and much of Osgoode Hall. Architectural historian Marta O'Brien will discuss this partnership through their iconic buildings.





FREE ADMISSION. EVERYONE WELCOME. PROGRAMS ARE COSPONSORED BY NORTHERN DISTRICT LIBRARY AND THE NORTH TORONTO HISTORICAL SOCIETY.


MEETINGS BEGIN AT 7:30 P.M. (REFRESHMENTS FROM 7:10 P.M.) AND ARE HELD ON THE LAST WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH IN THE SECOND FLOOR MEETING ROOM AT NORTHERN DISTRICT LIBRARY, 40 ORCHARD VIEW BLVD.