The “Jewish Heritage Month Act” (Bill 17) was passed unanimously in the Legislature on February 23, 2012. JHMO provides an opportunity to appreciate and learn about the history and culture of Ontarians of Jewish heritage who have made an impact in communities across the province.
Two of the many events taking place in Mat, include
May 5 at 11am (Est. Walk Time 1.5 hrs)
Jane’s Walk: A Sense of Spadina (Toronto, ON)
Did you know that Kensington Market, the epicenter of Toronto hipsterdom, was once a thriving Jewish village teeming with kosher bakeries, synagogues, and social clubs? Through the Ontario Jewish Archive’s “Sense of Spadina” Walking Tour, the Jewish life of the past—biographies of its former inhabitants; the sounds; the smells; Yiddish language; religious, social, and political attitudes—is brought to life.
Tracing Our Jewish Roots: Selections from the Jewish Genealogical Society of Toronto Library Collection
Bathurst Clark Resource Library, 900 Clark Avneue W., Thornhill, ON
JGS Toronto’s Librarian, Elaine Cheskes, is curating a special exhibit on view for the entire month of May at The Bathurst Clark Resource Library.
For more information, go to http://jewishheritagemonth.wordpress.com/2013-events