Join Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Heritage Champion and former Mayor of Toronto, David Crombie, for a new educational series of virtual talks focused on heritage, city planning, community involvement, education and the future of Toronto. In each program, Crombie will engage with key players whose knowledge and expert perspective will inform us about current issues.
The series kicks off on April 7 at 7pm with The Call of Heritage: Local Community Action from The Foundry to Ontario Place.
Crombie’s guests will be urban planner Ken Greenberg, architect Shirley Blumberg, community builder Suzanne Kavanagh and Anne Bell, Director of Conservation at Education at Ontario Nature.
Speaker’s Corner with David Crombie will be hosted on the Zoom platform and registrants will be able to pose questions at the end of each program.
Stay tuned for the announcement of upcoming sessions!
The pandemic prevents us from gathering this December to celebrate Enoch Turner’s founding of the schoolhouse some 172 years ago. We will truly miss the pleasure of your company and look forward to seeing you again in 2021.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
From the Directors of the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation
The Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation is thrilled to announce a new series:
‘OPENING THE SCHOOLHOUSE TO ALL’
FOUR STIMULATING TALKS, FREE TO THE PUBLIC
These topics will be taken up in a four-part ZOOM series beginning in November 2020 and will continue in January 2021. The sessions feature presentations and panel discussions on a range of important educational themes. The series, free of charge, and accessible online, is designed for a broad audience interested in the past, present and future of Canadian education.