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Presenting – A Walk Along Kingston Road

A Walk Along Kingston Road

Presenting – A Walk Along Kingston Road

My recent historical tour with Gene Doma gala across the eastern and northern part of the Sea added to the Kingston

Road area and the historical significance it played in the development of East Toronto. Gene also introduced me to

Carolyn Pitre helps manhtte the Kingston Road Business. In an interview with Carolyn I discovered

that the KingstonRoad area between Main Street and Victoria Park Avenue is an exciting and diverse shopping mall,

so this Saturday morning I started to find some of the retailers and products offered on Kingston Road.

The first place I visited was located in a well-prepared photo studio; beautiful beautiful windows illuminate the

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delicious interior of Memories Now and then, Nadine Steinberg’s luxury clothing store. Nadine welcomed me to her

store and explained that her store prefers pre-existing furniture, rugs, china, lamps, and vintage jewelry. He also

added that all the pieces he holds are high and hand-picked.

Nadine has many years of experience in the business of selling china, crystal, and silver. Her mother and sister have

been in the antiquities business for many years, so Nadine’s love for high-quality historical objects matured long ago.

She loves that the pieces she chooses are in good condition and well maintained, and her store is an opportunity for

her customers to see attractive home decor items that have been around for a long time. Memories Now and Then

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is very broad, and the best shows are set on three levels: the ground floor, the main apartment, and a second-floor

gallery designed for Nadine by the owner of the property when she first buys the store. Nadine adds that her clients

come in from places like Rosedale, Forest Hill, and North York, and most of them have been passed on to her orally.

Continuing my trek along Kingston Road I entered the Pegasus Community Thrift Store, run by volunteers from the

Pegasus Community Project for Adult with Special Needs. Marie Perrotta, founder and executive director of the

nonprofit organization, was in the store as a volunteer. I already had the opportunity to meet Marie in the past and

was impressed by her organization and her dedication to adults with special needs. During the week the disabled

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adults run the shop, assisted by staff and volunteers. In-store purchases include items produced by program

participants, including handmade greeting cards, soups, and cookies mixers and bookmarks.

Over the weekend various volunteers from the community will help. Naomi Drayton told me she always volunteered

Pegasus. Every Saturday you enter for a few hours. She mentioned that she has a young daughter, and her volunteering

in Pegasus gives her a good opportunity to get out of the house and connect with people from the community.

In addition, for a good purpose because all the sales revenue generated in the store goes towards the Pegasus

Community Project.

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Naomi lived in a small town outside Toronto and moved to the beach about a year ago. He loves the place and enjoys

all the thrift shops and Kingston Road and makes the most of his purchases here. Naomi added that she would be

staying in the area for a long time and wanted her daughter to grow up on the Beach.

Someone in the store hit the pipe and said: “I just opened the store a few doors downstairs. Why don’t you come with

me and visit me? Owner Fiona Bramzell and her five-year-old daughter Paige greeted me warmly. Fiona, originally

from England, opened her store last November. Flip is a freight forwarding store for used clothing for newborns

to teenagers. In addition, it also handles adult clothing.

Presenting – A Walk Along Kingston Road

A Walk Along Kingston Road
A Walk Along Kingston Road

But he plans to open six days a week soon. In addition, you have now applie

to become a copy editor of Harlequin

Publishing and have added to the non-fiction articles of various websites.

He also shows and shows real TV shows on

the website called Fiona has an

exciting combination of talents and hopes to

be able to quickly donate more time to her retail store soon.

My next visit was Farmer’s Daughter in the Pantry, a specialty store that offers.

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