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Treemobile bears fruit in the Beach

By Andrew Hudson • April 29, 2014Beach Metro Community News He didn’t plant paw paws or goji berries, but Johnny Appleseed would certainly tip his hat to Treemobile, a volunteer group that delivers low-cost fruit trees across Toronto. Working last Saturday outside St. Saviour’s, an Anglican church in the Upper Beach, Treemobile volunteers sorted 40 fruit trees and 355 fruit- or nut-bearing shrubs and vines that Toronto buyers had ordered online. Most of the trees and some rarer shrubs cost about $40, while asparagus crowns were five for a dollar. Delivery fees range from $1 to $10, depending whether buyers want their order dropped off or planted for them.“In Toronto, lots of people don’t own a shovel,” said Treemobile founder Virginie Gysel, laughing. Toronto is built on some of Ontario’s best farmland, said Gysel. Especially when climate change is such a concern, she said the idea is to grow your apples, pears, and plums right here, where they won’t clock any air miles. Homegrown fruit often tastes better, too, she added.“What orchardists want is stuff that’s hard as a rock, that all ripens at the same time, and they’re not really too concerned with taste,” she said.“What we want is delicious fruit with nice texture and scent, and it doesn’t have to ripen all at once.” A landscape architecture graduate who grew up on a tree farm, Gysel started Treemobile four years ago when she was a student at the University of Guelph. At the time, she was writing

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FYI: Intersection Closure

Drivers will find the Queen Street East and Leslie Street intersection closed from May 11 to June 21 for TTC track work related to the Leslie Barns. Streetcars on the 501 route will run along Gerrard Street East between Broadview and Coxwell, while buses will replace the 502 and 503 streetcars, and travel via Dundas Street. Anyone on foot or walking a bicycle can still cross Queen and Leslie during the five-week closure.
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Happy Mothers Day On Sunday May 11 2014, from 11-12am go to Boston Pizza Beaches and have a "Mom"osa on them! Located at 16-A Leslie St, Toronto. For Reservations Please Call:416-778-4700
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$25 & up -- Acclaimed Comedy 'Dead Metaphor' in Toronto By Kristyn Schiavone "Dead Metaphor," the dark comedy written by one of Canada's most acclaimed playwrights George F. Walker, opens at Panasonic Theatre this month. Walker himself directs the production, which the San Jose Mercury News says "hits a bullseye when it comes to the funny bone." http://www.travelzoo.com/ca/entertainment/-25-up-Acclaimed-Comedy-Dead-Metaphor-in-Toronto-1748448/    
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$30 -- 'Avenue Q': New Dates for Tony-Winning Show, Reg. $50* By Travelzoo Staff Variety praises the staying power of the hit musical "Avenue Q," noting that "of all the musicals hatched in the post-2000 age of irony, this cheeky satire has remained the freshest and funniest." Travelzoo subscribers save 40% on extended dates at the Lower Ossington Theatre. http://www.travelzoo.com/ca/entertainment/-30-Avenue-Q-New-Dates-for-Tony-Winning-Show-Reg-50-1737010/    
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$25 -- Toronto: 'Heart-Stopping, Stunning' Tango Musical By Kristyn Schiavone The new musical "Arrabal" debuted at Toronto's Panasonic Theatre with "heart-stopping music, stunning dance numbers, visual effects to dazzle and a story overflowing with emotional resonance" (The Star). Travelzoo subscribers can save up to 40% on the final performances in the world-premiere run. http://www.travelzoo.com/ca/entertainment/-25-Toronto-Heart-Stopping-Stunning-Tango-Musical-1744360/
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