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Torontoist has published a great review of Jordan St. John's latest book Lost Breweries of Toronto.
Our own Enoch Turner is one of the brewers featured in this work! Read the article here and stay tuned for some exciting related news!





Tuesday, April 28, 2015
6 pm

Enoch Turner: The Brewing Industry, Philanthropy and Early Toronto

Recent research has brought to light a great deal of new information about Enoch Turner's life and character. Join Jordan St. John, author of
Lost Breweries of Toronto, as he places brewer and philanthropist Enoch Turner into the context of the emerging Toronto of the mid-19th century.
Book sale and signing follows. 

Cover of Lost Breweries of Toronto book

 Jordan St. John is a beer historian and blogger. He is co-author of How to Make Your Own Brewskis: The Go-to Guide for Craft brew Enthusiasts.
A certified Cicerone, he periodically brews beer with breweries around Ontario.  

AGM starts at 6 pm
Refreshments at 6:30 pm
Lecture starts at 7 pm

Members Free    Guests $12

Memberships are available at the door
Reservations: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 416-327-6997 

Enoch Turner Schoolhouse
106 Trinity Street, near King and Parliament
TTC and Wheelchair accessible      


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We are once again taking part in Jane's Walk!

Join us on May 3, 2015 at 10 am for

Three Centuries of Corktown

This tour will explore the changing landscape of Corktown - home to government, industry, immigration and constant change since the late 18th century. Visit the site of Ontario’s first purpose-built parliament buildings, and see the homes and workplaces of Victorian-era immigrant labourers. Learn about the sweeping changes brought by industry and progress throughout the 20th century. Get the scoop on recent developments in the area, new building initiatives and fascinating stories of the people and places within our neighbourhood. The tour will be led by area expert Lynne Kurylo, long-time Corktown resident Helène St. Jacques, and OHT historical interpreter Wendy McPhee.

Meet at Enoch Turner Schoolhouse, 106 Trinity Street, to take part in this free event.

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