EVENT – Settling in the City – Walking tours of downtown Toronto's Corktown Neighbourhood
Saturday, May 5, 2012 at 11 a.m.
Join us at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse
as we uncover the story behind Corktown, one of Toronto’s historic downtown neighbourhoods. The Trust is once again offering Settling in the City
, a series of guided walking tours that explores the homes, factories, places of worship, businesses and sites that made Corktown the centre of life for many 19th
Tours start at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse and wind through Corktown, visiting Little Trinity Anglican Church, the former Freyseng Cork Company, the Alumnae Theatre, the former W. Reid Lumber Company, the Parliament interpretive centre and the Distillery District. Tours run rain or shine; participants are encouraged to come prepared for all weather conditions.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students, seniors and Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation members. Space is limited – visit Enoch Turner Schoolhouse, call 416-327-6997 or email email@example.com
to reserve your spot!
Enoch Turner Schoolhouse is open daily for guided tours and visitors, with admission by donation. Pre-booked group tours are available any time. The Schoolhouse is owned and operated by the Ontario Heritage Trust.
10:45 a.m. – doors open
11 a.m. – walking tour starts at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse
12:30 p.m. – walking tour ends at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse
For more information, contact:
Site Coordinator, Enoch Turner Schoolhouse
Ontario Heritage Trust
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Enoch Turner Schoolhouse
106 Trinity Street