Photo: Piotr Bazlerz The Roncesvalles Village BIA website now has a number of new features that will improve our ability to communicate with our members and the general public. The new features include: A blog feature has been added, allowing for easier and more frequent posting of news (RSS feed to come now available — see right sidebar) News postings … Read More
The Sorauren Park Festival is a wonderful showcase of the best local music, local art, locally-grown food and locally-brewed beer! This is a special community event for the whole family. The festivities will take place at Sorauren Park on Saturday July 21 2007, from 9 am to 10 pm.
The BIA is overjoyed to learn that the Revue Cinema will remain open as a cinema. Councillor Gord Perks has the scoop here.australian pokies online Hooray for neighbours Danny and Letty Mullin, who have purchased the Revue, and will allow the non-profit Revue Film Society operate the cinema on behalf of the community. The Revue Film Society needs to raise … Read More
A general meeting for BIA members has been called for June 27, 6-8 pm, at the High Park Library. The purpose of this meeting will be to update members about the reconstruction of Roncesvalles, currently scheduled for 2008 2009 (UPDATE: The project will likely be delayed. Click here for more details). The BIA has been working with the councillor’s office, … Read More
It’s official: our street is now unified within the Roncesvalles Village BIA. Now all Roncesvalles businesses will benefit from increased city funding, improved streetscapes and the reduced costs of doing business that come with being a BIA member. At its special meeting on March 12, the expanded BIA welcomed five new members to its Board of Directors. Four of the … Read More
Last year’s festival, which took place on September 16 and 17, attracted over 70,000 visitors. Here are some images, courtesy of Andrew Chomentowski (Image Professional Photography). To view more images, please visit the festival’s presenting sponsor, St. Casimir’s-St. Stanislaus Polish Parishes Credit Union, which also has an archive of images from the 2006 festival.