Hot times, summer in the (Forest) city

Summer conjures images of long evening walks with the kids or the dog, or both, picnics, sunbathing, fishing, baseball, but what about history?  Maybe not so much.  But it could!  We're open Thursdays as well as Fridays and Saturdays through Labour Day weekend.  And, in the mind-boggling, sidewalk-egg-frying heat, why not come in and cool off a little.  We've got air conditioning.  And history.  And there are baseball diamonds just up the hill, and a fishing hole just down the hill, and plenty of picnicking spots and walking trails.  What are you waiting for? 

And, if you happen to be in Toronto, in the neighbourhood of Queen's Park, why not go in and check out our Community Exhibits display?  We're in the company of many other fine groups and museums, such as Port Colborne and the Museum of Ontario Archaeology.  It runs right through until November. 

A snap of the CEP display at Queen's Park, Toronto.  We're thrilled to be participating.