• 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.

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 expect to be Zoom-ing on the 3rd Sunday of each month for quite some 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.

 

UPCOMING SCHEDULE:

Nov. 21, 2021 – 2:00pm Toronto time – More on Ghost Towns from Member Jeri. Focusing on some of the industrial towns created in Ontario’s near north when industry arrived and the postcards that recorded their history.

 

Scan_20211024Dec. 12th 2:00pm
A Purely Social Session.
Join members of the TPC, the Vancouver Post Card Club, and the Eastern Ontario Post Card Club for chit-chat.  No agenda or topic.  A chance to wish your postcard pals a happy holiday season.  If you have a postcard story to share, we can probably make time for that too.

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Jan 16th 2:00pmAnnual General Meeting. Following the short AGM reports, we’ll have an ‘open mike’ session for discussion on things postcard, future meetings, shows, projects.  Send any requested agenda items to info at torontopostcardclub.com in advance of the meeting. Time permitting, we can have ‘show & tell’ too.

Feb. 20th 2:00pm
Tales along the St. Lawrence River. Historian Ian Bowering was curator and archivist in Cornwall Ontario for 37 years. He has written more than a dozen books and other publications about Cornwall and the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry. Ian will take us on a postcard illustrated steamboat trip from Prescott to Montreal, to some of the Lost Villages and then to the Cornwall-Williamsburg Canals.

March 20th 2:00pm – Guelph in Postcards TPC #1503 Member Cameron Shelley is a long-time resident of Guelph devoted to the history of his home town. He’ll share some stories of early Guelph illustrated by postcard views from his collection. For a preview, check out guelphpostcards.blogspot

 

 

April 24th 2:00pm – ‘My Home Town’. A ZOOM sharing meeting following the theme from last month. Show and tell us a story using a neat postcard of your home town from your collection. Either your now home town or your before home town.

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