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Heritage Tour-Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Vaughan

Heritage Tour-Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Vaughan

Vaughan, Ontario

Heritage, Architecture — Excursion

Holy Trinity Anglican Church celebrated 185 years of worship making this white, clapboard structure the oldest original church still in use in
the Diocese of Toronto. One church founder was Benjamin Thorne, from whom Thornhill got its name. Originally on Yonge St., the church was dismantled in 1950 and reassembled at its present location. The stained glass windows are memorials to former citizens of the village. Guided tours on both days.

Sept 26. Saturday Guided tour - 10am-4pm
Sept 27 Sunday Guided tour -12pm -4pm

More info

This activity is in English.
This activity is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Photography, Educational, History , Indoors, All Ages, Youth/Teens, Kids, Family Friendly

When

Fri 25 Sep No events scheduled.
Sat 26 Sep 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sun 27 Sep 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Where

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140 Brooke Street
Vaughan, Ontario

Directions

East of Yonge Street on South side of Centre Street. North of Steeles.

Photos

Organizer

Linda Robertson

Activity Contact

Linda Robertson
ler[at]look[dot]ca
905 889 5931
Website

Media Contact

Mirella Tersigni
Cultural Community Development
mirella[dot]tersigni[at]vaughan[dot]ca
905 832 8585 ext 8459

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