Uncover a Foundation Stone of Riverside’s History at Eats & Beats June 4th

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Celebrate the Royal Canadian Bicycle Club’s 125 Years, meet our local historian and take away your own artifact

From the founding of the Royal Canadian Bicycle Club in 1891 to the current year – the Royals’ 125th anniversary – there is a rich and diverse history that embodies the transformation of the neighbourhood, the City of Toronto, and our Canadian nation, in bricks, mortar and spirit! From bicycles, baseball, bowling, billiards, football, curling and more, the club has supported a Canadian love of sport for generations, a heritage linked to the traditions and principles of many of Toronto’s historic institutions.

Royal Canadian Riverside Bicycle Club 1891

First photo of Royal Canadian Bicycle Club, May 23, 1891



Grand opening of Royal Canadian curling rink, Sep 30, 1929


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Celebrating 125 years, Royal Canadian Curling Club Lounge at 131 Broadview Ave


Discover a fascinating story and help celebrate the Royals 125 years while visiting the Riverside Eats & Beats Streetfest on June 4th, 1-6pm! The Royal Canadian Curling Club table will be nestled in at the ‘Beats on Broadview’ Street Closure, just south of Queen St East. You’ll enjoy speaking with local historian Barry Slater, author of the ‘Uncovering Riverside’ blog series, an encyclopedia of facts and stories of the area – and take away your own fascinating artifact from his ongoing excavation and quest for Royal Canadian history!

LET US KNOW YOU’RE COMING to the #RiversideTO #EatsNBeats Streetfest 

BIG THANK YOU to Riverside Eats & Beats sponsors for helping make this fantastic event possible: Streetcar DevelopmentsHullmark DevelopmentsDowntown Automotive GroupMetroland Media, and GoodHood.

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