Sat. Aug. 26 is Kingston Rd. Day

Aug 25, 2017

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The iconic “Birch Cliff Village” sign that graced Kingston Rd. at Birchmount for decades is going on the auction block on Sat. Aug. 26 with proceeds going to the Bluffs Food Bank.

It’s part of a final sidewalk/in-store sale being held at the Salvage Shop tomorrow to help owner Roy Clifford clear out a mountain of merchandise in preparation for his move to a new location.

As many people are aware, the Salvage Shop at 1492 Kingston Rd. is one of seven small businesses that will be torn down to make way for a new 120-unit mid-rise condo building by Core Development Group.

Clifford may not have wanted to leave his current Birch Cliff location but he’s going out in style and there are sure to be bargains for anyone who appreciates antiques, vintage fixtures and memorabilia.

Kingston Road Day

The Salvage Shop sale is one of many events that will be taking place on Kingston Rd. on Saturday as part of the first Kingston Road Day, organized by a collective of businesses, arts groups and other organizations with help from the office of MP Bill Blair.

Events will be taking place on Kingston Rd. from Victoria Park to Markham including the following:

Scarborough Arts’ Alive (formerly known as Art in the Park) at the Harrison Properties just east of Birchmount and Kingston Rd. It’s a free arts festival from 10am – 11pm with workshops, food trucks, film screenings, interactive art installations, an arts market and outdoor music performances.

Rod and Joe’s No Frills Customer Appreciation Day with raffles and free freezies for the kids.

Busters By the Bluffs 35th birthday party with a live band in the evening.

Toronto Fire Station 223 at 116 Dorset Rd. in Cliffcrest will have a 1945 vintage fire truck on display, on loan from Scarborough Fire Hall #1.

Scarborough Village Summer Festival at the Scarborough Village Community Centre at 3600 Kingston Rd., from 12-5pm. There will be free food, entertainment, vendors, bouncy castle and games for the kids.

Mural artist B.C. Johnson will be painting in front of the Bluffs Chiropractic, 2236 Kingston Rd. in Cliffside to promote awareness of the Sandown Lane Project.

Sweet Pea Soap Company, 3091 Kingston Rd. is having a sidewalk sale.

 

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