Historical East York Presentation at Delmanor Wynford

Alan Redway is a Canadian lawyer and former politician. After a career in municipal politics culminating in the role of Mayor of East York, Redway entered into federal politics. He went on to become a member of Brian Mulroney’s cabinet and has since authored two books, ‘East York 1924-1997: Toronto’s Garden of Eden‘, and ‘Governing […]

Annual Casino Night Event at Delmanor Wynford!

One of the most popular entertainment ideas for parties, fundraisers and private events is a casino night. Casino parties can allow guests to participate in the thrill of gambling by using tokens for prizes or charities as beneficiaries to allow participants to have fun without the fear of losing anything. The widely popular annual casino […]

Delmanor Wynford Residents Cruising the Grand River

The residents of Delmanor Wynford were recently treated to a wonderful and relaxing experience cruising the majestic Grand River. The Grand River is the largest river in Ontario that is entirely within Southern Ontario’s boundaries. Cruising the river is a very popular summer and fall tourist activity with the tranquil country settings and beautiful scenery, […]

History of Toronto Lecture Series at Delmanor Wynford

Delmanor Wynford residents and invited guests have been enjoying a monthly lecture on Toronto’s history presented by Richard Fiennes-Clinton of Muddy York Tours. Richard enlightened the audience once again in this most recent lecture, with important and interesting highlights from Toronto’s past. With many Delmanor residents having lived in Toronto most or all of their […]

Wynford’s Trip To St. Lawrence Market and Chef Demonstration

Each month throughout 2017, Delmanor Wynford has celebrated a different Province and Territory to honour Canada’s sesquicentennial anniversary. In August, Delmanor Wynford residents celebrated Nova Scotia, and what better way than to enjoy some fresh Nova Scotia Lobster! Chef James Gordon conducts monthly Chef Demonstrations at Delmanor Wynford, and decided to take residents to St. Lawrence […]