Founded by Beacher Helen Hatzis, Aloha Toronto brings “a taste of Hawaii and aloha to the shores of Toronto”, and sees children with Autism Spectrum Disorders participate in surfing and paddleboard workshops throughout the day as a form of relaxation and fun. The fifth annual event was held at the Balmy Beach Club on August […]
Puppies, plays, and ping pong in the sunshine. These are some of our favourite photos taken in the Beach during the month of June.
The year 2016 appears to have skipped spring and jumped right into summer — and it waited until mid-May to make its move. Here are some of the photos that caught our eye for the month of May.
Earth Day, a volunteer appreciation dinner, and a thrilling dance competition, just some of our favourite pictures from April.
From behind the clock tower of the Kew Beach Fire Hall to the packed sidewalks of the Santa Claus parade, here are the best photos published by the Beach Metro News this November.
October swept the neighbourhood with high winds, Blue Jays fans, Halloween costumes and a new leaf in politics, as both Beaches-East York and Scarborough Southwest turned Liberal red during the federal election on Oct. 19.
The intermittent downpours at Fletcher’s Fields in Markham could not put a damper on what was a hard-fought battle for the McCormick Cup, Ontario’s highest rugby reward, between Balmy Beach and the Toronto Scottish on Oct. 24. The Sottish were first to put a mark on the scoreboard after a penalty-kick by Dan Gordon just […]
Malvern Collegiate students marched through the Beach and packed Birchmount Stadium for the school’s annual Red and Black Day on Friday, Oct. 9. Despite a chilly fall wind and finding a tough rival in Lakeshore Collegiate during the varsity football game, Malvernites cheered and even managed to do the ‘wave’ as the girls field hockey, […]