• All in-person club meetings are POSTPONED for the forseeable future.

    Instead, we have moved to a video format.  We will try to keep our events calendar up-to-date but best to check with the organizer to confirm the status in advance.  Become a TPC Facebook friend to stay connected with us!

Club Meetings

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

Like many associations and clubs, we now have electronic meetings on Zoom. It’s been a great way to connect our Canada-wide membership.  We enjoy presentations and ‘show-and-tell’ sessions just like when we met in person.

In addition to our video meetings, membership in the TPC includes ‘CARD TALK’,  a 24 page ‘magazine’ of stories about vintage postcards contributed by members.  You can find out more about how to become a TPC member here.

Our 2021 schedule is as follows:

postponed showFebruary 21, 2021 – 2:00pm Toronto time – THE 40TH ANNUAL TPC SHOW NO SHOW – SHOW & TELL.  We can’t gather in person but we can ZOOM together to share Show stories.  About that great Show discovery.  Maybe a favourite Show memory (please, not the ice storm ones!)   Remember ‘frames’? Recalling  collectors met at the Show who influenced your collection.  Of course, we want to see postcards so scan them to be able to share them on ZOOM.

GrimsbyAug231910March 21, 2021 – 2:00pm Toronto time – HAMILTON’s TRANSIT HISTORY through POSTCARDS.  Hamilton had it all; trains, buses, inclines, streetcars, trolleys and radials that serviced this commercial centre in Ontario from the late 1800’s. TPC Member Tom Luton (#1592) with share his extensive research about these many transitways along with vintage views to accompany the story.  If you can’t make the meeting, you can see Tom’s discoveries on his web-site www.trainweb.org/hamtransithist/Postcards.html

APRIL

April 25, 2021 – 2:00pm Toronto time – APRIL ASSOCIATIONS.  A ‘show and tell’ of postcards that portray April –  like Showers, Flowers, Spring, Robins, Gardens, Fool, Baseball, Easter, Earth Day, the delight in being outside in the fresh air again!! and so on. 

 

May 16, 2021 – 2:00pm Toronto time – Toronto’s First Post Office.  A video ‘tour’ facilitated by Curator Zoé Delguste-Cincotta.  This National Historic Site, Museum and working post office in Toronto predates Confederation.  Using TFPO archives and artifacts, Zoe will take us on a trip back in time to the days when mail was physical and crucial as our country was settled.

 

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