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By Ann Ruppenstein on June 27, 2014
School being almost out for summer doesn’t necessarily mean it’s time to put down the books. (more)
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Eager young Picassos off to art camp
After nine years of holding Picasso’s Garage in her Davisville Village garage studio, Claire Nicholls is kicking off a summer ...(more)
Camp to pal around at
Camp Pal-O-Mine is underway at the Central Eglinton Community Centre but your kids can still sign up for the rest of the summer ...(more)
Young artists get personal
The old adage “every picture tells a story” is apropos of North Toronto CI’s senior art class.(more)
Online votes may net national award for young volunteer
One of Leaside’s youngest volunteers has been nominated for a national award in recognition of her charity work.(more)
Beats goin’ on at music production camp
A trio of local entrepreneurs saw an opportunity to start a summer camp after realizing there was no place where youth could ...(more)
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Acadians are back, with rappie pie in tow
By Liz Campbell on June 11, 2014
Imagine growing up in a town where nearly everyone has the same name! (more)
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