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  • Autumn Here, and Christmas is Coming
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    Pam Johnston

Autumn Here, and Christmas is Coming

Autumn Here, and Christmas is Coming

We still have events, fairs, and other things planned as autumn arrives and Christmas approaches. Coming up is the Kensington Market Art Fair which has long been the home of many artists of all disciplines like musicians, writers, painters, photographers and many more. These fairs are held on Pedestrian Sundays and we have one more coming up on October 25 from 12-7PM. The fair is a curated outdoor art showcase set in Toronto’s historical neighbourhoods. Many great artists have come to this site for inspiration for such artists as Frank Gehry. He is an architect whose buildings, including his residence, have become world-renowned attractions.

 

 

Perhaps some of you out there could be inspired by some of the local artists that have gathered to the Kensington Market. The people of Kensington have also inspired the TV show King of Kensington  and the Market has been the backdrop of several other TV programs, movies, and music videos.

We are also going to take part in the British Isles Show, October 31 and November 1st.  This years show is combined with the Zoomer Show and is conveniently located at the Enercare Centre (One of A Kind Show venue).

To tell you the truth, I can’t wait for the Christmas festivities to come next month! It’s my favorite time of the year and the lighting of the tree, the Cavalcade of Lights, and many other events leading up to the Christmas holiday make it that much more fun for family and friends. It’s always enjoyable to have the great city of Toronto and its historic buildings, homes, and architectural beauty captured in a portrait for your home. Be sure to select a David Crighton piece for you and your home.
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Pamela Johnston and David Crighton
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    Pam Johnston

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