• Natalie Spooner visits Hogan today

    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!

  • Sheppard Village Dental Offers Free Consultation

    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.

  • Gold Medal Game on February 20/14

    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!!  

     

  • Chinese New Year Show - Year of Horse

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

    Program:

    Chinese Cultural Dance,

    Magic Performances,

    A1 City Voice Finalist,

    Games and a lot of prizes.

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

  • Year of Horse Celebration

    Date: Saturday, February 1st 2014 (11am - 6:00pm)

    Schedule:

    11:00am - Lion Dance

    1:00pm - Starlight Cantonese Opera

    2:00pm - Irene Cheung leads group of students to sing

    2:30pm - Chinese & Western Studio Dances by Studio 9

    3:00pm - Fengshui & Fortune Talk

    4:00pm - Lanny Sham & Singing Class

    5:30pm - Year of the Horse Drawing Contest Award Presentation

  • Chinese New Year Coming

    Among the annual events in the Sheppard East Village neighbourhood that always generate strong interest are the Chinese New Year celebrations at the Oriental Centre (northeast corner of Brimley and Sheppard Avenues).

    For further information, please email orientalcentre@gmail.com or call 416-298-8298.

  • Follow Our Olympic Hopeful

    Since she appeared at a neighbourhood community family event at Hogan Chevrolet Buick GMC in the fall, many people in our area have been following Natalie Spooner, a talented forward on the Canadian Women’s Hockey team.

    The final pre-Olympic exhibition game between Canada and the United States took place before over 17,000 people, at the Air Canada Centre, in December – and our neighbourhood was delighted to see Natalie score one of Team Canada’s two goals.  We all wish Natalie and her teammates great success at the Sochi Olympics in February.

  • New Restaurant Opening Soon

    SEV BIA was pleased to learn that Barsalino’s will be opening soon – offering quality Mediterranean cuisine at attractive prices, in the heart of our BIA.  Located between Brimley and McCowan, this restaurant has been undergoing extensive renovations and will be ready to open in the coming weeks.

  • More Community News Coming

    SEV BIA will be meeting, in the near future, with officials from the Oriental Centre, Agincourt Collegiate, the Canadian Legion and other local organizations, to discuss ways in which we can all work together,

    to help our nearby neighbourhoods.  Watch for more information about upcoming events. 

  • Our Neighbourhood Benefits

    These concerts and plays, at neighbourhood schools, provide great experience for the participating students and also help them grow as individuals, through their performing and arts experiences.

    People who live nearby have an opportunity to come out and enjoy these performances – right in our own neighbourhood. The tickets are very reasonable and help defer some event costs.

    Everyone is welcome – hope you can make it!

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