NEW Jeff Charles' Benlamond
Beach & East Toronto in World War I
By Jean Cochrane and Carole Stimmell
Five generations in the Beach
Upcoming Events and News
Wednesday, Mar. 29, 7 - 8:30pmAuthor and historian Scott Kennedy
Tales From The Hollow
Story of Hogg's Hollow and York Mills.
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Our forthcoming events and presentations will
occur on Wednesday evenings unless otherwise noted.
The location will be The Beaches Sandbox,
2181 Queen Street East (Queen just east of Lee Avenue)
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Men who built the Beach: the Price Brothers Homes
Research the History of Your House -
a guide by Barb Myrvold
Historical Walking Tour of Kew Beach
Beach Metro Community News.
Beach Memories by Gene Domagala
The Beach and East Toronto Historical Society (TBETHS) was established in 1974 to foster and promote interest in the social, cultural and architectural history of the area.
The area is from Coxwell Avenue to Victoria Park Avenue and from Lake Ontario north to the old boundary between the former City of Toronto and the Borough of East York.