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Doors Open Toronto May 28 & 29, 2016 will explore adaptive re-use, as will May 28, 2016 Small Arms Jane’s Walk in Mississauga

The image is from a tweet by Katherine O'Reilly‏ @DrKatfish who writes: The lakes formed at the end of the last glacial period ~14,000 yr ago as retreating ice sheets carved basins into the land #GreatLakesWeek pic.twitter.com/JDCF0gjEDQ. The credit that goes with the image is:

The image is from a March 14, 2017 tweet by Katherine O’Reilly‏ @DrKatfish who writes: The lakes formed at the end of the last glacial period ~14,000 yr ago as retreating ice sheets carved basins into the land #GreatLakesWeek pic.twitter.com/JDCF0gjEDQ. Click on the image to enlarge it.

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Another great event, involving adaptive re-use of a Second World War heritage building in Mississauga, takes place starting at the foot of Dixie Road at Lakeshore Road East at 1:00 pm on Saturday, May 28, 2016:

Small Arms Building – Then and Now

Additional posts regarding the latter Jane’s Walk:

Walking south along Waterfront Trail. A wooden baffle is visible in the background. Jaan Pill photo

Walking south along Waterfront Trail toward Lake Ontario shoreline, from Small Arms Building, during May 3, 2105 Small Arms Jane’s Walk led by City of Mississauga Ward One Councillor Jim Tovey (second from left, holding coffee mug). Wooden baffles at Long Branch Rifle Ranges are visible in background. Jaan Pill photo

On Saturday, May 28, 2016, the Small Arms Jane’s Walk will visit the Long Branch Rifle Ranges in Mississauga

May 28, 2016 Small Arms Jane’s Walk. What is a Jane’s Walk? I don’t know. That’s what I like about Jane’s Walk.

 

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