MCHS 2015 attendees have a free parking pass for Oct. 17; if attending the Oct. 18 Brunch, you pay for the parking

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We have parking passes available, as PDF files that can be printed out, if you are attending the MCHS ’60s Reunion at Old Mill Toronto on Oct. 17, 2015.

View of Old Mill from the parking lot. On the right is the entrance to the Old Mill Restaurant. That entrance is your best bet when you are looking to find the Humber Room, which is where the MCHS 2015 '60s Reunion takes place on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015 starting at 6:00 pm.

View of Old Mill from the parking lot. On the right is the entrance to the Old Mill Restaurant. That entrance is your best bet when you are looking to find the Humber Room, which is where the MCHS 2015 ’60s Reunion takes place on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015 starting at 6:00 pm.

If you have not received a pass by email, or have lost it, please send me an email at jpill@preservedstories.com and I’ll send you one.

We might arrange another email to the list of attendees, just to be sure everyone has a parking pass, for the parking lot at Old Mill Toronto.

The Oct. 17 parking pass is good for evening of Oct. 17, when the MCHS 2015 Reunion is taking place; the parking pass is not valid for the Brunch at Old Mill the next day, that is, on Sunday, Oct. 18.

Humber Room

The Old Mill parking lot is across from the entrance to the Old Mill Restaurant, which is the best entrance to use to find your way to the Humber Room. At the entrance, turn right and keep on going past the Cloak Room (which is where you can check your coat, of course) and Washrooms until you see the stairs on your left.

Cost of parking at Old Mill Toronto

The rate is $2.50 per hour or a daily maximum of $12.50.

Rates

Rates at Old Mill parking lot are $2.50 per hour or a maximum of $12.50 per day. If you are an Old Mill hotel guest and have registered your license plate, there is no parking charge. If you are attending an event such as a reunion and have a parking pass in your windshield, then you also have free parking.

Parking is 25-cents an hour on weekdays at times specified on the signs. You buy your parking permit at a municipal parking meter.

Parking is 25-cents an hour on weekdays at times specified on the signs. You buy your parking permit at a municipal parking meter.

Parking along Bloor St. West north of Old Mill Trail is 25-cents on weekdays - but note the time periods, and it's free on Sundays.

Parking along Bloor St. West north of Old Mill Trail is 25-cents on weekdays – but note the time periods, and it’s free on Sundays. Note that on weekdays, there is NO PARKING between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm.

Parking along Bloor St. West north of Old Mill Trail is 25-cents an hour (within a specified time of day: Read the signs carefully, as your teachers taught you to do) and it’s free on Sundays.

Oct. 18 Humber River Walk

We’re having a 30-minute Humber River Walk at 10:30 am on Sunday, Oct. 18 and at 11:00 am that day we are having Brunch.

The walk will have the format of a ‘walking conversation.’

Brunch deadline

If you plan to join us for Brunch, please let me know by Sunday, Oct. 11.

Old Mill needs to know a week ahead of time, how many people will be attending.

The 30-munuet walk at 10:30 am on Sunday does not require registration. We’ll start the walk near the bridge that crosses the Humber River at the foot of Old Mill Road, the road on which Old Mill Toronto is located.

Parking is free if you are visiting one of the parks along the Humber River; but read the signs carefully

 

 

There are free parking lots at parks along the Humber River, for people using the parks.

There are free parking lots at parks along the Humber River, for people using the parks.

Park by Humber River, south of Old Mill Road

Park by Humber River, south of Old Mill Road

Sign at municipal parking lot at park next to Humber River

Sign at municipal parking lot at park next to Humber River

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