Roxton Road Parks 2013 Calendar – Now Available for Sale


A beautiful 2013 calendar featuring historic photos of our neighbourhood is now available for sale, just in time for holiday gift giving!

The 12-month calendar includes historical photos and maps from the City of Toronto Archives showing our parks and surrounding neighbourhood. See what Sully Crescent, Shaw Street, Roxton Road, and Garrison Creek looked like in the early 1900s before the creek and ravine system were filled in to become the parks we know today.

2013 Calendar available for just $10

Priced at just $10, the Friends of Roxton Road Parks 2013 Calendar is a great gift for those on your list as well as for you and your family.

This limited-edition calendar is printed on FSC-certified paper and includes historic photos and maps courtesy of the City of Toronto Archives.

Proceeds from the sale of the 2013 Friends of Roxton Road Parks calendars support the work of the History Sub-Committee in sharing and celebrating the heritage of our parks and neighbourhood.

Buy your Calendar now: Online, in person, or over the phone

Click here to visit our ShopLocket page and order your calendar now! We accept cash and major credit cards via Paypal (you do not need to have a Paypal account to order). Once you order, we’ll contact you to arrange local Toronto pickup or delivery.

Calendars are also available at The Tampered Press for $10, cash only. The Tampered Press is located at 256-B Crawford (Dundas and Crawford, entrance off Dundas Street) — just ask for the calendar at the counter. Thanks to Caitlyn and the staff at The Tampered Press!

Lastly, calendars may be ordered by emailing or directly, or by calling 416-535-6710. We’ll make arrangements for delivery and payment upon ordering.

Order early! We printed a limited quantity and the uniqueness, quality and price will make this special calendar sell out quickly!

And, thank you, as always, for your support.

3 responses to “Roxton Road Parks 2013 Calendar – Now Available for Sale

  1. photo caption: A view of Prittie Ravine in 1912 as it was being filled in. The image looks west from Shaw Street along what is now Harrison Street. The street in the distance from right to left is Ossington Avenue.

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  3. I got the calendars, now just need to figure out what to do with them.

    Levy has his last swim lesson tomorrow so we leave the house at 10. Depending on how the day rolls out we might go to my sister’s for dinner but not sure.

    I just found the double blade skates you tie onto your boots for Levy. Hope to take him skating soon. You guys into that?


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