What's Happening

  • The popular Scarborough Town Jazz Festival is returning to our area again this year.

    Part of the Festival takes place on the Burrows Hall Park Centre Stage – on Sheppard Avenue East, at Progress (just east of Markham Road) – by the Chinese Cultural Centre.

    This Festival features a broad range of entertaining musical performers – something for everyone – and it is all free.

    Festival performances will take place from 1:00 p.m. till 8:30 p.m. – on Friday August 8, Saturday August 9 and Sunday August 10, 2014.  For more information, go to www.scarboroughtownjazzfestival.com.

    Before or after you enjoy the Festival, the restaurants and shops of Sheppard East Village - anywhere from Markham Road to Midland Avenue - welcome you to stop by.

  • Dentistry from the Heart – a program that has spread around the world will take place in our neighbourhood this year, for the first time.

    This program is designed to provide a day of free dental services for anyone who needs it.

    On Sunday July 20/14, free dental services will be provided by Sheppard Village Dental, Suite 208, 4651 Sheppard Avenue East on the southeast corner of McCowan & Sheppard.

    People needing dental services can simply go to the Sheppard Village Dental office on July 20 and will be treated on a ‘first come’ basis, throughout that day.

    Sheppard Village Dental guarantees that a minimum of 50 people will receive free dental treatment at their office, on July 20

    Twelve dentists, dental hygienists and staff – all volunteers – will provide the services that day.

    With a growing number of Canadians lacking dental insurance, Dr. Malkit Brach and his associates believe this will be an effective way to address some potential health problems, while also giving back to our community.

    For further information, contact Kal Brach: brach@rogers.com or 416-293-5155. 

  • Everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy this exciting neighbourhood event on Sunday June 8, 2014 (with a Rain Date of Sunday June 22). Free Admission.

    Come out and see the Custom Car Show ‘N Shine Competition that is open to all makes & models - whose owners will be competing for cash prizes and trophies.

    Another Super Tuner 5 event that will attract a lot of attention is the Pitstop Challenge, where guests can compete for fastest times and win prizes.

    A free event for car buffs of all ages – Super Tuner 5 offers some great music, appealing food and there is also a Kids’ Play Area!

    Donations from this event will go to helping kids – through ‘Make-A-Wish Canada’.

    Brimell Toyota Scion - 5060 Sheppard Avenue East, one block west of Markham Road – is proud to host and present ‘Super Tuner 5’.

    For further information: call 647-206-9782 or email supertunersunday@gmail.com

  • The talented choirs, bands and orchestras - as well as the Principal, staff and students of ‘SAM’ - invite everyone to come out and enjoy their 2014 spring concert.

    This year’s concert will take place at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday May 8/14 – in the auditorium of nearby Agincourt Collegiate Institute (2621 Midland Avenue).

    For further information, contact the School at 416-396-6570.


    Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 6:30pm




    100 Salome Drive – off Harris Farm Gate (second street west

    of Brimley Road, on south side)


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  • We are delighted that Gold-Medal Winning Natalie Spooner is returning to our area for a community event on Saturday April 12.

    A key member of Canada’s Women’s Olympic Hockey team, Natalie will be available for photos and autographs with all who attend.  This exciting event will also feature skills competitions and a lucky draw for 12 signed Team Canada jerseys - with proceeds going to Natalie Spooner’s designated charity, the Breakfast Club of Canada.   

    Everyone is welcome to attend this community event – at Hogan Chevrolet Buick GMC, 5000 Sheppard Avenue East, between Markham Road and McCowan Road, in Sheppard East Village.

  • Natalie Spooner, member of Canada¹s gold-medal winning Women¹s Hockey
    team, returned to Hogan Chevrolet
    Buick GMC, to show her many friends and supporters her gold medal.
    Natalie was guest of honour at a community
    event at Hogan¹s in the fall, where young players and local fans were able
    to get autographs, have photos taken and
    participate in draws for hockey equipment.   Congratulation, Natalie ­ and
    Team Canada!

  • People of all ages can and do have crooked teeth - and related issues of great concern.

    One breakthrough in dentistry is a system of customized, clear, invisible retainers that can solve crooked teeth issues in about a year – without braces.  Worn all day, they can be removed for eating, brushing and flossing.  Invisalign retainers can straighten crooked teeth, ensure a better bite alignment and meet both dental and cosmetic treatment goals.  

    For a free consultation, contact Sheppard Village Dental at www.sheppardvillagedental.com.

  • Natalie Spooner - who kindly appeared at a popular community event at Hogan Chevrolet Buick GMC in the fall – led the Canadian Women’s Hockey team to the Olympic Gold Medal game, when she scored 2 first period goals in Canada’s 3-1 semi-final victory over Switzerland.  Natalie also hit the post, on a breakaway, in the third period.

    Sheppard East Village BIA salutes Natalie Spooner - and we wish Team Canada success in the Gold Medal game against their long-time rivals, Team USA.

    GO CANADA!!  

  • Date: February 2nd, 2013 - Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


    Chinese Cultural Dance,

    Magic Performances,

    A1 City Voice Finalist,

    Games and a lot of prizes.

    M.C.: A1 - Radio-Anson Wong.