September 29th, 2014
This walk starts in the afternoon and runs into the night for those who want to check out Nuit Blanche.
Date: Saturday, October 4th.
Meet: 3pm at Second Cup, 1 University Ave. (Front & York St.) [map]
Afternoon walk: (route: see map)
Dinner: (~5:30pm) Pickle Barrel, 312 Yonge St. Separate billing, ordering from regular menu, 15% gratuity automatically included in billing. Reservations CONFIRMED
Evening: (~7-11pm) Nuit Blanche – starting at Nathans Phillips Square and finishing at Simcoe Park on Front St. (see map)
Walk Leader: Teresa, 905-758-6960; if you are lost or want to join us at another time during our walk, she can let you know where we are.
September 20th, 2014
Five years? Five years! Yes, it’s Toronto Photo Walks’ 5th Anniversary Party!
Where: Upstairs at Harbord House, 150 Harbord St., Toronto, Ontario M5S 1H2
When: Saturday November 15th, 5:00pm – 10:00pm (there may be a short afternoon walk beforehand).
Slideshow: We will be doing a slideshow of photos throughout the evening. You will be able to upload 5 photos from TOPW outings taken over this last anniversary year. Anything more than 5 photos will not be used. 1024px or bigger should be OK. Paul created a Dropbox folder that you can upload your photos into, called “TOPWparty2014“. If you don’t want to receive all the updates as others add their images you just have to disconnect from the Dropbox folder.
Menu: After talking with one of the owners, we decided we will all order from the regular Harbord House menu. It will be separate billing so although you can mingle, you must keep the same seat throughout the evening to make it easier for the wait staff to find you. Most of you know the drill. Don’t forget to pay your bill before you leave.
Hashtag: please use “TOPW:A5″
September 20th, 2014
This year’s Worldwide Photo Walk is on October 11th, which is between our regular schedule walks. It’ll be the 5th year that we’ve been involved; details for our past years are: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.
As with previous years, you must sign up through the official WWPW site. Currently there are 2 walks in Toronto:
(I’ve also signed up to lead a walk but I won’t publish it until the other walks fill up.)
So please go to the official WWPW site and sign up there.