Heritage Toronto Walk: June 6, 10am-12pm

On June 6, come celebrate Portuguese Heritage Month by joining us in a PCHP/Heritage Toronto tour of Portuguese neighbourhoods, where we will explore the community’s landmarks of home, work, play and worship – both past and present – as “Little Portugal” moves west from Kensington Market along Dundas Street.

START POINT: Bellevue Square, NE corner of Denison Sq and Augusta Ave
FINISH POINT: Trinity Bellwoods Park, Montrose Ave and Dundas St W
LENGTH: Approx. 2 hours
FOCUS: Historical
DIFFICULTY: Flat pavement, busy narrow streets

Online companion available at tinyurl.com/portuguesehistory.

For more Heritage Toronto Walks, see the 2015 program here.

In the afternoon, you can learn more about the history of the Portuguese in Toronto by visiting our photo exhibit at the IC Savings Branch on Dundas St. West, just west of Ossington Ave., integrated in the 2015 Dundas Street West Fest.

Preserve, Share, Explore: the PCHP’s Five Year Plan

The PCHP has put together a strategic plan for the next five years outlining our various objectives and potential partnerships, divided by three large areas: Preserve (archival), Share (public history), Explore (academic). Our five year plan, which was created for fundraising purposes, can be found here.

 

Thank you Ethnography Lab

The PCHP sends a big thank you to the Ethnography Lab’s Prof. Joshua Barker, Matthew Medeiros, and their students for taking our history tour in such a cold day. Your donation is also much appreciated.