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I don't think that Columbus would agree ....
Corr reads at "Grown ups read what they wrote when they were kids"
Zine Dream 4 Sunday August 21 @ TRANZAC, table registration open now! Write to Jesjit@gmail.com for more info,
Band left their set on the floor before the show. They were okay. Opened up for Nadja
Friend and Toronto musician - in solo, in the past/now with Polmo Popo, Great Lake Swimmer and many others - Nick Zubeck.
It's a work in progress, but it's raining and I was feeling like uploading some stuff.
Anyway, he is playing tomorrow at The Tranzac, opening for Christine Bougie. Check it out!
Meet the Presses, Indie Market, Tranzac, bpNichol Award, Nov 22, 2014
Another image painted on the side of the Tranzac Club in the Annex neighbourhood of Toronto.
Climbing up onto the ropes for what should be a punishing move as his opponent lays semi conscious and apparently helpless on the mat at Fight!5.
devilishly cute Figaro, parked outside the Tranzac Club in Toronto
"Love in the Sixth" fundraiser, held June 20, 2015 at the Tranzac, Toronto, hosted by Director and writer Jude Klassen. Jude with John Lefebvre
vintage Metro Toronto Police car - St. Patrick's Day Parade (13/3/2011)
*this photo is featured in March 16th's Radar section of blogTO.com, www.blogto.com/radar/2011/03/radar_remembering_cristina_t...
I took this photograph of Toronto's Tranzac club from the north this Sunday just past. On this afternoon, the Tranzac was hosting a Christmas crafts fair, hence the Santa outside the door.
The Tranzac is a non-profit member supported community organization with a focus on promoting arts, music and theatre. The TRANZAC (an abbreviation of Toronto Australia New Zealand Club) also works to promote and support Australian and New Zealand culture in Toronto.
The Tranzac is open to the public and is home to music and community theatre most nights of the week in our intimate Southern Cross Lounge and our larger Main Hall both with bar service. The Main Hall features a curtained stage and a professional sound system. The smaller Tiki room is available for meetings, performances, poetry readings and other intimate events. The public may rent our club facilities – recently our Main Hall has been packed for music festivals, film festivals, plays, book launchs, CD launches and other concerts and as well as private events such as parties, Bar Mitzvahs, and craft shows.
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TRANZAC is the abbreviation of the Toronto Austalia New Zealand Club. Its roots date back to the year 1931, when a small group of Australians and New Zealanders met in the Bay Street (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) offices of J.W. Collins, the New Zealand Trade Commissioner.
Like so many newcomers to Canada, the group wanted to retain a part of their national identity and they formed a group primarily to welcome other Australian and New Zealand newcomers and to help meet the needs of their fellow countrymen by providing social activities, fostering fellowship and goodwill and promoting a better understanding of Canada.
In December 1950, a formal meeting of the group at the King Edward Hotel resulted in the official birth of an Australian New Zealand Club in Toronto. By 1964 the membership had increased to 260 and official club premises were rented on Sherbourne Street.
In 1966 the club was incorporated under the name TRANZAC and the hard working and enthusiastic committee set about working toward securing its own permanent premises. Membership and activities increased and the club moved from establishment to establishment to accommodate members and their friends. Finally, in 1971 all the hard work of the committees and support of the members became a reality and the club was in a position financially to obtain its own premises. TRANZAC moved to its present location at 292 Brunswick Avenue in October 1971.
"Love in the Sixth" fundraiser, held June 20, 2015 at the Tranzac, Toronto, hosted by Director and writer Jude Klassen. Collette Savard
"Love in the Sixth" fundraiser, held June 20, 2015 at the Tranzac, Toronto, hosted by Director and writer Jude Klassen. Jude with Mikela Jay