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
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.