"A View from the North York Centre in Toronto" image by Elliott Chapin
North Toronto has a couple of options for the 2012 Canadian Thanksgiving weekend, as I explain in "Two North Toronto Canadian Thanksgiving Events in 2012".

Yesterday, "2 Free Events for Thanksgiving 2012 on Queen's Quay in Toronto" presented a pair for Toronto's very southern edge.

North York Centre is just south of the Gibson House Museum, where an old-style farm kitchen demonstrates classic Canadian cooking for the autumn harvest.

Black Creek Pioneer Village goes one better, for those who reserve a turkey dinner, or the vegetarian equivalent, for one of their six sittings.

Promoting My Second Canadian Thanksgiving Article

My recent article is also promoted in my Xanga blog ("2 Options for Canadian Thanksgiving 2012 in Toronto North").

A Double Writing Tip

To make up for a lack of creativity this late at night, let me recycle a double writing tip.

Once again, I've written about a pair of Toronto events. They are linked by geography, being in north Toronto rather than on southerly Queen's Quay. Plus, these events are linked as food-oriented, since they are set in the kitchen and dining rooms of their respective venues. (Yesterday's article was about events at two neighbouring sites).

Also, I've re-used an image from a much earlier article. I'd considered my stand-by of creating a map for these venues, but there is not much need once I explain that Gibson House is near the North York Centre. By the way, I had another map available for the Black Creek Pioneer Village site. Now that location truly deserves a map.

Today was busy for me, so I had to save time where it made sense. As well, it's Thursday so the weekend is fast approaching; and so I needed to get this article onto the Web while I can. That excuses the re-use of perfectly helpful images for my current article about options for the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend in Toronto north.
10/4/2012 01:50:21 pm

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