Hello friends. I found these pictures lying around and thought, let’s post this? Why not, eh?
Yes, the photos are crude and tough to read but if you know the neighbourhood via a map, than you kind of know what’s going on. I’ve tried to make some edits but this is what I have and the best I could do. Click on the photos to enlarge them. Google Map it for yourself if you need a better point of view. Enjoy.
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Frum From Bathurst presents to you: Shabbos Shul Reviews!
Tonight, the members of five different community shuls in Thornhill came together at the Bayt for something rather different. (The fact that I said five shuls coming together is in itself different so you get what I mean…)
On the occasion of the 17th of Tammuz, the members of these shuls came together for a communal mincha/maariv davening at the Bayt. These shuls included the Bayt, Aish Thornhill Community Shul, Kollel Ohr Yosef – aka The Thornhill Community Kollel, Ateres Mordechai and the Westmount Shul & Learning Centre.
Not something you hear everyday in Thornhill. And therefore I documented it…
I went to a New Year’s Eve party the other night at a friend’s place around York Hill Blvd. For me I found it pretty convenient since I didn’t have to go any where beyond Steeles. It’s a sentiment shared by many other fellow Thornhillers, but it’s probably something we’re not all that proud of. Read the rest of this entry
You know them, you probably live on one of them (if not extremely close, or off the streets), and you probably frequent whatever it is that makes it necessary to visit them. They are the frum streets of Thornhill. And we’ve decided to make a list of the ten most frum ones.