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January 13th 2016 Newsletter



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Hello BIG friends,

We are posting this from BIG’s new website. Below is a BIG newsletter draft. If you are receiving this message it means I’ve has already signed you up – don’t want to receive BIG messages? – reply “unsubscribe”.
Please let your friends and neighbours know that they can sign up for BIG news and information at www.bigonbloor.com.

Happy New Year and thank you for letting us test this post out on you.

– Dyan Marie and Darren Leu, Nine A


BIG: AGM | Feb 3, 2016, 7:00PM

BIG updates, future plans, guest speakers. Meet and Greet.
BIG on arts and culture, health and environment, BIG community and small business.
BIG meets the first Wednesday of the month from February to July at New Horizon Tower, 1140 Bloor.
Save the dates – get involved. All Welcome! If you forget the date – check the www.bigonbloor.com website for upcoming events.

PULP: Paper Art Party | Jan 16, 2016

Art, Architecture, Music, Design, Food Party. PULP: paper art party will turn will turn Geary Lane (360 Geary Ave, Toronto) into a blue bin playground on Sat, January 16th. Doors open at 9 PM. More information and book your ticket go to: pulpartparty.ca

Metrolinx Meeting | Jan 18, 2016

Call out for everyone interested in the Davenport Diamond proposed Metrolinx Railway Overpass Bridge to attend.
Monday, January 18, 2016 Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Davenport Perth Neighbourhood Centre 1900 Davenport Road Toronto, Ontario | More informationhttp://www.metrolinx.com/en/regionalplanning/rer/davenport.aspx
Davenport Deserves Better than a Gardiner for GO Trains. 
More information: optionsfordavenport.ca/

On-going Campaign, Share Bloor Street

Walk, Ride and Drive Safe and Civil Street

Jane’s Walk 2016

Encouragement to start thinking about a Bloor Street environmental oriented Jane’s WALK HERE.

BIG on Bloor Festival of Arts and Culture | July 23, 24, 2016

Celebrate car free Bloor Street from Dufferin to Lansdowne, art and cultural, health and environment, big community and small business.  A summer in the city WALK HERE destination.

 


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