Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation Presents

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Curious about our Press Release? See it HERE !

 

November 28th, 2017 – DESIGNS FOR LEARNING: IF THE WALLS COULD SPEAK… 

     An informative discussion on how design, architecture, and the construction of schooling spaces affects and reflects social values, community life, and the interests of neighbourhoods.

CLICK HERE for information on panel participants and to register for tickets.

January 16th, 2018 – FROM SEGREGATION TO INTEGRATION? HOW EQUITABLE IS CONTEMPORARY SCHOOLING? 

     Public schools, ideally, encourage cultural diversity, social cohesion and equality of opportunity. Panelists in Session Three ask how fully these goals are being realized.

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January 30th, 2018 – WHY THE ARTS MATTER  

     Demonstrates the value and dynamism of arts education. Kathleen Gould Lundy, an arts educator, leads a group of teachers who, through dramatic performances, illustrate innovative teaching techniques that inspire and engage students.

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All sessions take place at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse 106 Trinity Street Toronto

Reception 6:30 p.m.

Presentations 7:00 p.m to 9:00 p.m.

The Enoch Turner Schoolhouse is wheelchair accessible. TTC stops at Trinity and King East. On street parking.

The Annual Founder’s Dinner

Founder's Dinner FINAL FRONT 2017

JOIN US!

as we celebrate the spirit of the holidays and the opening of the Schoolhouse in 1849 for the poor children of Corktown.

Highlights include a traditional Canadian Christmas dinner with wine, seasonal reading, and carol singing. Enjoy fun and upbeat music performed by Danny’s 7.

We will be honouring our 2017 Heritage Champion, Jim Leech, C.M.

Our emcee for the evening is award-winning investigative and consumer reporter for Global News Toronto, Sean O’Shea.


This event is a fundraiser for the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation (11927 2862 RR0001). Tax receipts will be issued for the maximum allowable amount.

Wheelchair and TTC accessible.

For more information and to reserve tickets contact info@enochturnerschoolhouse.ca OR purchase tickets HERE.

Save the Date!

Friday, December 1st

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The Annual Founder’s Day Dinner

A traditional Canadian Christmas Dinner celebrating the opening of Toronto’s first free school in 1849.

Hosted by Sean O’Shea of Global News.

Come enjoy Seasonal music, carols, and entertainment!

More information on where to buy tickets coming soon!

 

The Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation would like to thank Deloitte Management Services LP. for their  generous support. 

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Annual General Meeting & Special Lecture

On April 25th, 2017, join bestselling author Ken McGoogan as he explores Canadian roots and shows how the Scots and the Irish created a Canadian identity.

Click here for more details!

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  • Times:
    • Annual General Meeting: 6 pm
    • Refreshments: 6:30 pm
    • Lecture: 7 pm
  • Ticket Price:
    • Members: Free
    • Guests: $12
    • Memberships are available at the door
  • Reservations:  info@enochturnerschoolhouse.ca or call 416-327-6997
  • Location:
    • Enoch Turner Schoolhouse – 106 Trinity Street (near King and Parliament)
  • TTC and Wheelchair accessible

Annual Founder’s Dinner 2016

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A Vintage Christmas at the Schoolhouse

Annual Founder’s Dinner 2016

December 2, 2016

Join us as we celebrate the spirit of the holidays and the opening of the Schoolhouse in 1849 for the poor children of Corktown.

Highlights include a traditional Christmas dinner, seasonal reading, and soprano Susan Ryman will perform seasonal songs and lead us in carol singing.

We will be honouring our 2016 Heritage Champion, Jill Donovan Taylor, Architect.

Our emcee for the evening is award-winning investigative and consumer reporter for Global News Toronto, Sean O’Shea.

This event is a fundraiser for the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation. Tax receipts will be issued for the maximum allowable amount.

Wheelchair and TTC accessible.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS

For more information contact info@enochturnerschoolhouse.ca