The annual Weston Memorial Fun Fair was held on Thursday, June 2, from 6–8 pm.
The theme for this year was “Go Wild” and by the looks of things, this community event did just that (In the eyes of 7 year old Leif Evenson, “this was the best night of my life”). The weather was perfect, the bbq was sold out and the baking was yummy. Everyone that wanted one got a turn in the bouncy castle. A great many people opened their wallets for the raffle and a great silent auction. All proceeds went to benefit the school literacy programs and other extracurricular activities. Go Stars!!!
Come out to the 24th annual Queen’s drive street sale on Saturday June 11, 2011. Every year is more fun than the last!
If you would like to take part please call Margaret or Pauline 416-913-9199
all are welcome to Weston Memo’s family movie night on Friday March 4 at 7pm. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (the original one!) will be playing in the gym and Stuart Little will be playing in the library (for younger audience). The school is located at Queen’s drive and Pine street. Kids must be accomanied by an adult. Bring your blankets and some $ for popcorn and pizza! Next movie night will be Friday May 13, same time, same place (different movie!). See you there!
Claudio Lucarini awaited some ghostly friends in a Superman costume as part of the trick or treating fun at his house. He and his friends spend the night before hand carving the 100 pumpkins on display outside his Queen’s Drive home in Weston. According to some neighbourhood kids- it was Superman’s x-ray vision that helped him get the job done in time.
This is one of many Halloween yard displays that keeps the kids flocking to Queen’s drive every year.
Peter’s World Famous Barber Shop is having a 50th anniversary at his unique shop which doubles as a barber shop and Hockey Museum. Peter has had many famous hockey players visit his shop and regularly hosts events where people can come and meet the stars of Canada’s favourite sport. His Hockey Wall of Fame is adorned with signatures from such greats as, Dave Keon, Gordie Howe, Scotty Bowman and Ken Dryden, just to mention a few. Come down, no appointment necessary, to where John St hits Weston rd. A real MUST for all hockey fans (and a good haircut to boot!)