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  • What Did David Crighton Do? The Week of August 10-16th, 2015. Digest #13
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What Did David Crighton Do? The Week of August 10-16th, 2015. Digest #13

"The Annex, Bloor Street, Toronto" By David Crighton 

Summer in the City 

David Crighton Art is an online store with history. Well known in the Toronto, David has been creating iconic personalized landscapes for 40 years. Chose from 24 Collections of Toronto urban art illustrations of historic landmarks, neighbourhoods, Municipal, Canadian Provincial and Federal Government Buildings, Police and Fire Stations, Hospitals, University, college and high school architecture that pull together key locations throughout neighbourhoods, cities and countries.
Thousands have gifted David’s affordable prints that capture special memories of the GTA. Ask us how we can personalize your print. Our “Ready to Hang” option is delivered straight to your door!
Our Digests showcase the Social Media posting that we do through out the week all about the Toronto and Canada that love.  Things to do in the city, special events, social issues that matter, good food, entertainment all ending on a spiritual note.  This is the best of the week!

 


Monday, August 10, 2015: #AMA Monday

‪#‎AMA‬ Mondays: Today I'll answer your questions by video usually the same day.

Free Personalization when you sign up for our newsletter:

 

It’s ‪#‎backtoschool‬ time. Find out what school programs from kindergarten to grade 12 the Art Gallery of Ontario offers. 

The 2015 Canadian National Exhibition (August 21-September 7) is coming up in ‪#‎Toronto‬. Get your tickets: 


Tuesday August 11th , 2015 - Community Services Tuesday

Come meet David Crighton August 30th (last Sunday of the month Pedestrian Sundays) in Kensington Market - Nassau and Augusta.

Sign up for exclusive "at the market" specials

The ‪#‎ParapanAmGames‬ continues. As part of ‪#‎PANAMANIA‬ come tonight to Nathan Phillips Square and listen to Jann Arden sing.

 Community Service Tuesdays: Interested in working at the 2015 Canadian National Exhibition (August 21-September 7) in ‪#‎Toronto‬? Click here for a list of jobs offered and to apply!

Community Service Tuesdays: What do you think of this plan?


Wednesday August 12, 2015 - Social Action Wednesday

Tell us what charity you support and we'll take 10% off your purchase on Wednesdays!

This Saturday enjoy a great ‪#‎weekendbrunch‬ at Citta on Fort York Blvd,‪#‎Toronto‬

Follow us on Twitter @davidcrighton!


 Thursday, August 13th, 2015 - #TBT Throwback Thursdays and Events

‪#‎TBT‬ – Cadillac Lounge in ‪#‎Toronto‬ year 2000.

"Cadillac Lounge, Toronto" By David Crighton

It’s Christmas in August! We have 2 holiday card options for this year. Take our survey and let us know which card you prefer.  Check out our David Crighton Art Christmas cards and 2016 Toronto Historic Landmark Art Calendar!

I‘m pleased to be one of the exhibitors on August 17 at the CAWEE Annual Golf Classic. ‪#‎CAWEEGolf‬

Come see David’s beautiful Art Calendar and Note Cards – perfect for gifts for those special clients or upcoming conference! Consider art as the gift of memories using the beautiful Toronto art illustrations David is so well known for.

It promises to be a great afternoon with a round of golf, followed by a cocktail reception, silent auction/raffle and dinner. Plenty of opportunity to meet many of ‪#‎Toronto‬’s dynamic business women. Sign up below:


Friday, August 14th, 2015 - #TGIF Thank God It's Friday

‪#‎TGIF‬. Dine tonight at Miss Thing's. “Beautifully appointed with plush leather banquettes and a full service back lounge that opens for live music on weekends, Miss Things' mood is a sultry one, taking subtle cues from mid-century American and Hawaiian tiki culture but adding a fresh, modern perspective.” 

#‎TGIF‬ and thank goodness for NOW ‪#‎Toronto‬

This Saturday at the Silver Dollar Room - lo-fi garage rock super heroes Tough Age return to ‪#‎Toronto‬ with their new Mint Records' LP...

"Silver Dollar Room, Toronto" By David Crighton Art

Saturday, August 15th, 2015 - #EverydayisSaturday

Coming up on August 20 at Roy Thomson Hall in ‪#‎Toronto‬ - Live on the Patio: Featuring Emma-Lee, an award winning singer and songwriter born and raised in #Toronto. Free Admission: 

"Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Canada" By David Crighton

Just happened to be in a coooool space with my guitar and the owner asked for an Elvis song.

Restaurants are facing a serious chef shortage


 

Get your Corporate or Personal Seasonal Giving Order in for the new 2016 David Crighton Art Calendar!! Beautiful 8" X 9" size makes it truly adorable!

Orders received by October 9th are guaranteed delivery by the end of October!

12 Classic Crighton Images.

 

Sunday, August 16th, 2015 - Spiritual Sundays

Our Famous Unitarian for today said the following? Who is it?

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.

Famous Unitarians: Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882): Ralph Waldo Emerson, whose original profession and calling was as a Unitarian minister, left the ministry to pursue a career in writing and public speaking. Emerson became one of America's best known and best loved 19th century figures.

Inspirtional Quote: "Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."


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Pamela Johnston and David Crighton

"Together we are David Crighton Art"

 

 

 

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