The CPA organizes walking tours, ghost tours, the famous tour of homes, public lectures, the annual garden tour, etc. It also takes part in the spring forsythia festival and the fall Cabbagetown festival. See the list below for more details on these and other CPA-related activities.
|Cabbagetown People Website||
Cabbagetown People Website Revamped and Expanded
|Adversity, Resilience, Prosperity||
Adversity, Resilience, Prosperity: The Odyssey of a Canadian Inner City Neighbourhood. Cabbagetown 1941-2011
|Peggy Kurtin Award Program||
|Imagining Cabbagetown: Our Place in the City, Part I||
February 27, 2017, 7:00 - 9:00 pm at Dixon Hall (formerly St. Peter's Church, at Carlton and Bleecker streets)
|Fall 2016 Newsletter||
Upcoming CPA Night: Vanishing Cabbagetown; Our first Cabbagetown Talk: Imagining our Main Street; Citizen Forester; New preservation tools; Sir Charles G.D. Roberts; Dead twice?; Cabbagetown Atlanta part 3; The Worker's Cottage; A shoemaker in Cabbagetown; Stretscape in Bloom
|Web Columns on Cabbagetown||
Cabbagetown featured on insidetoronto.com series Toronto Time Capsule
|Streetscapes in Bloom||
Nominations are in!
|Cabbagetown Tea Towels||
The Cabbagetown Tea Towels!
|Free Walking Tours of Cabbagetown||
Free walking tours offered over the summer in partnership with Heritage Toronto.
|Tours on Demand||
In addition to the free tours we give in Spring and Summer, the CPA is now offering private tours of Cabbagetown. There will be a charge for these, similar to tours given in other cities and in parts of Toronto.