Celebrating Canadian Talent Old and New - Wordless Wednesday - Toronto Teacher Mom

Celebrating Canadian Talent Old and New - Wordless Wednesday

Tuesday, October 02, 2012



Mr. Dressup's Tickle Trunk

Artzooka's Jeremie

The trolley from Mr. Roger's Neighbourhood
Here are some pictures from this past summer's Kids' CBC Days. I still remember meeting Ernie Coombs after he performed on stage at the Downstairs John when I was still at McMaster University. I was so excited to meet him, all I could think of was, "You taught me how to draw!" 

To which he replied, "Oh! So you're an artist?"

Me: "Um... no."




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  1. Very cool, I love going there, so much to see and a huge part of my childhood!

    Tammi
    My Organized Chaos

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    1. I especially love visiting Mr. Dressup's Tree House.

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  2. I am showing my non-canadian side here.....I have no idea about any of that! But love the pictures :)

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    1. :) I won't hold that against you, Annie! Plus, you have to be at least in your 30's to know Mr. Rogers and Mr. Dressup. ;)

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  3. I'm not Canadian either, but I agree with Annie. Cool shots. Looks like a fun place!

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    1. It's definitely nostalgic for us ol' Canadian folk. ;)

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  4. Looks like you had an awesome summer! Thanks for hosting and have a great week.

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  5. I loved Mr. Rogers...if I remember correctly it came on right after Sesame Street. :)

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  6. I used to work in the CBC building and walked past that museum every day!

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