Leaside 100

Leaside 100 walk The Millwood and Sutherland stop on the Layers of Leaside Historical Walking Tour on Sunday, April 28: The crowd was so large that the walk was split into two, one section with Jane Pitfield and the other with Geoff Kettel (here). At this stop Kettel pointed out the James Lea home at 201 Sutherland, built circa 1909, affectionately known as The Wendy House after Wendy in the story of Peter Pan.

Volunteers for Leaside 100

Kathleen Wynne Premier Kathleen Wynne opens the library display

Leaside 100 Archival Committee
Elaine Fujiwara (curator)
Geoff Kettel (chair)
John Naulls
Jennifer Peattie
Jane Pitfield
Roger Steer

Exhibit Docents who looked after and explained the exhibits to visitors
Julia Schindeler
Raja Rosenthal
Pam Shakil
John Naulls
Roger and Marie Steer
Edith and Geoff Geduld
Elaine Fujiwara
Jennifer Peattie
Virginia Evoy

City archivist Carol Radford-Grant and Geoff Kettel City archivist Carol Radford-Grant and Geoff Kettel

Councillor John Parker
Rebecca Michaels
Anne Michaels
Chloe Oriotis
Eleanore Wynn
Renee Jacoby
Ryerson University
Professor Masha Etkind
Sarah Gertler
Ashley Vajda

With Appreciation
Lorna Krawchuk
Brian MacLean
Ivan Martinovic
Linda McCarthy
Councillor John Parker
Eleanore Wynn
East York Foundation
Heritage Toronto
Leaside Public Library
Todmorden Mills Heritage Site, City of Toronto
Toronto Archives
Toronto District School Board
Toronto Public Library

Exhibit Sponsors
APCO Industrial Products
City of Toronto Special Heritage Community Event Fund
RBC Royal Bank of Canada

Exhibit Brochure
Dragon Snap Design
G.M. Thornton & Son Limited
Lorna Krawchuk

Bessborough school pupils Bessborough school pupils help celebrate