Winter in Little Italy

  • Roasting chestnuts near the Italian Centre. Paula E. Kirman

  • Tour Guide Sarah points out notable locations in McCauley. Paula E. Kirman

  • The wagon makes a stop along Church Street. Paula E. Kirman

People from McCauley and beyond had the opportunity to experience Winter in Little Italy. Three Sunday afternoons in December featured horse-drawn wagon rides taking people on a guided tour of Little Italy. Organized by the Viva Italia Business Association, other activities included the opportunity to buy freshly roasted chestnuts, and get a “passport” stamped at several local businesses for the chance to enter a draw for prizes. Photos by Paula E. Kirman

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Neighbourhood Views

  • McCauley Musicians Unite on Whyte – McCauley musician and guitar teacher Steven Johnson (left) performs with former McCauley resident Bill Bourne who hosts a Thursday evening jam at the Brick and Whiskey on Whyte Avenue. Paula E. Kirman

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