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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.



SantaDec. 17th, 2023 2:00pm – ‘Tis the season’ to share postcards from our collections that are about winter, Yuletide, the New Year and so on.  Have a look at your postcards, scan one or two to share with the group and celebrate the season!


agm-w320h240Jan. 21st, 2024 2:00pm – Annual General Meeting with an open forum to follow.  Have your say  on Club matters by attending this ZOOM meeting.  Join the conversation following with your postcard tidbits to inform and/or entertain us.


Feb. 18th, 2024 2:00pm – ‘Postcards To The Front (Canada/Канада)’   http://www.postcardstothefrontcanada.com is an organization that facilitates Canadians sending postcards with messages of support and encouragement to Defenders of Ukraine. Meet Helen, and hear her story of how she launched a Canadian branch to carry on the work begun in Ukraine. Learn how these postcards make a difference. In the meantime, you can support Helen in her efforts by clicking on the website link above.

March 17th, 2024 2:00pm – Advertising Postcards.  The  diversity of ‘ad postcards’  that we saw last year when this was our topic was so interesting that we wanted to see more!  Scan your contribution to be ready to show them at our Zoom meeting.

April 21st, 2024 2:00pm – ‘The Empress of Ireland – Canada’s Titanic’. Our speaker, Helen Baggott from Dorset in England, is the author of many stories gleaned from the messages of vintage postcards sent long ago. In addition to her many published stories, Helen’s genealogy research helps families to uncover their histories.  Join us to hear this famous Canadian story gleaned from the messages from three U.K. families’ postcards.

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