• In person shows with postcards!

    There are two September postcard shows in Ontario.  Details on our EVENTS page. For your regular postcard fix, we have ZOOM MEETINGS each month except in July/August.  Or, become a TPC Facebook friend to stay connected!

Club Meetings

A ‘rebus’ puzzle on a leather postcard. Postmarked 1907.

Now on Zoom. It’s been great to connect with our Canada-wide membership.  We enjoy presentations and ‘show-and-tell’ sessions just like when we met in person.  We usually ‘Zoom’ on the 3rd Sunday of each month at 2:00pm Toronto time.

Want to know about membership in the TPC  including our 3 times a year  24 page ‘magazine’ of stories about vintage postcards ‘CARD TALK’. Have a look here.



Oct. 30, 2022 – 2:00pm ‘CHINESE RESTAURANTS  in Postcards’.  TPC Member #1187 Kyle Jolliffe  charts the evolution of Chinese restaurants from about 1900 to the 1960s in Canada, Mexico and the United States using postcards from his collection.



Nov. 20, 2022 – 2:00pm ‘MILFORD HOUSE RESORT’  A visit to this rustic Nova Scotia retreat that dates from the early 1900s.  The topic of  TPC Member #1638 Jane Sodero’s CAPEX 2022 one-frame exhibit,  Jane will tell us about the lodge and its history and how she created the frame.



Dec. 11, 2022 – 2:00pm ‘SNOWY POSTCARDS’ A show and tell of a great snow-filled winter scene from your collection.  Maybe there’s a story that goes with the view that you can reveal as well. Scan your card and share it with us in our ZOOM meeting.



Jan. 15, 2023 – 2:00pm AGM with an open forum to follow.



Feb. 19, 2023  2:00pm – ‘Sick Kid’s Hospital, Toronto’
A presentation by TPC Member #1190 Shirley Avery and Jean Wang, noted collector and advocate of philatelic pursuits. Items from their respective postcard and postal history collections are featured in the presentation.



Mar. 19, 2023  2:00pm – A presentation by TPC Member #1165 Robert Montpetit.

Apr. 23, 2023  2:00pm- ‘Kenora/Keewatin in Microcosm’ A postcard presentation by TPC Member #1476 Rob McInnes. An overview of the primary photographers, publishers, and retailers who contributed to the early postcard history of the area.


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