Want to come to a Toronto Vintage Society Event? Here is what is coming up.

Toronto Vintage Society

 

2015 was a fun year for Toronto Vintage Society and we are in the planning stages for 2016. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and our Website to never miss our events and all the other events Vintage Toronto is running (we post weekly on all the going on’s!).

Join Toronto Vintage Society on August 6th for our annual Tiki Party at the Cadillac Lounge! 

Toronto Vintage Society Tiki Lani Lanai

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SHOW US YOUR VINTAGE!

We want to see what you are wearing, doing, buying, making etc – that is vintage related! Just post a comment with your picture and some details on our Facebook. Every month we will collage them and feature!

Get the picture?? GREAT…now start sending us yours! If you don’t send…we might slip you in anyway! Keep an eye out!


It will look something like this…

1) vintage Map of Toronto – Old Book and Paper Show 2) TVS Mad Men Party – Cadillac Lounge 3) vintage at wall – Cabaret Vintage 4) SWING FEVER – 1940’s Dance Party – The Great Hall 5) 50s Diner 6) Downton Abbey exhibit – Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens 7) New poodle brooch – Lucky Patina 8)Tennessee Voodoo Coupe at 3030 9) vintage camera collection 10) @ Toronto Tweed Rally 11) vintage#OOTD (outfit of the day) 12) Distillery District 13) vintage pattern art – MJG Gallery by Mark Jeremy Gleberzon 14) vintage hair success! 15) new necklace –Celluloid Sleaze 16) antique/vintage haul – The Leslieville Flea 17) shiny bright vintage car! 18) vintage inspired swimsuit – Target Canada

 

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5 comments on “Toronto Vintage Society Events”

  1. Dear Liz,Thank you for your lovely comment regarding the gramophone at the Hamilton Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. Very encouraging. It started the Canadian leg of the RCAF WW2 gramophone Tour. This little 1935 gramophone has been playing its heart out at several places that were visited by airmen and women in the Netherlands, England and now in Canada. Both military and non-military places. Toronto is very important to this project that commemorates and celebrates the people who fought for our freedom today. One of the aims is to travel all through Canada and make pictures, video clips and people`s contributions . ie Lindy Hop dancing, or reciting a poem ~(~High Flight) to make younger generations aware and inspired. Literallly going back in the footsteps of the early 1940s. Hopefully Toronto (namesake of York) and Hamilton will start Friendship Twinnings with Yorkshire and Lincolnshire in England. Kingston upon Hull is right in the middle of both counties were most of the Canadians served and will be City of Culture UK 2017. Hull`s Lindy Hop club `Kingston Swing` would love to be involved. I know people here who love the same as what you love and it would be wonderful to share our passion of the Lindy Hop era.
    Hope you would like to be in touch
    jay Kingston upon Hull, UK

    • ohhh what a wonderful idea! I would be interested in exploring more on what you are mentioning above. I’m on the team for Toronto Lindy Hop so I can bring forth new ideas to the team at any time. Drop me an email: egruening@hotmail.com to discuss a bit more what you are thinking.

      Liz 🙂

  2. hello from katherine in sydney australia i just came a cross your site i love all this that are old. i love the 1950 stile plastic rain coats i have a full lenth brite pink plastic coat i have a 7 year old daughter iam looking for a plastic rain from the 50 for i love your site thank you by .

    • Hi Katherine, Thank you so much for stopping by and enjoying my site that made my day 🙂

      The 1950s style rain coats are super cool and I adore them too. I currently don’t own one myself but would like to change that as soon as possible (especially since spring is around the corner here).

      I hope you find one for your daughter as well, that would be so cute! Have a super day 🙂

      Liz

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