Designs from Leslieville’s ‘Maple Leaf Forever’ tree to be auctioned off March 27 to 29

News Feb 02, 2015 Beach Mirror

A contest in which up to 15 designs using wood from Leslieville’s felled ‘Maple Leaf Forever’ tree, which is said to have inspired Alexandre Muir’s unofficial Canadian anthem in 1867, is now underway.

The winning designs will be exhibited at the entrance of the Green Living Show March 27 to 29.

The pieces will then be auctioned off during the show with proceeds used to support LEAF’s urban forestry initiatives in Toronto.

Submission deadline is Monday, Feb. 9.

Visit www.yourleaf.org/node/1302 for more details.

Prior to being destroyed by a July 19, 2013 storm, the iconic silver maple was located outside Maple Cottage on Laing Street in Leslieville.

Designs from Leslieville’s ‘Maple Leaf Forever’ tree to be auctioned off March 27 to 29

News Feb 02, 2015 Beach Mirror

A contest in which up to 15 designs using wood from Leslieville’s felled ‘Maple Leaf Forever’ tree, which is said to have inspired Alexandre Muir’s unofficial Canadian anthem in 1867, is now underway.

The winning designs will be exhibited at the entrance of the Green Living Show March 27 to 29.

The pieces will then be auctioned off during the show with proceeds used to support LEAF’s urban forestry initiatives in Toronto.

Submission deadline is Monday, Feb. 9.

Visit www.yourleaf.org/node/1302 for more details.

Prior to being destroyed by a July 19, 2013 storm, the iconic silver maple was located outside Maple Cottage on Laing Street in Leslieville.

Designs from Leslieville’s ‘Maple Leaf Forever’ tree to be auctioned off March 27 to 29

News Feb 02, 2015 Beach Mirror

A contest in which up to 15 designs using wood from Leslieville’s felled ‘Maple Leaf Forever’ tree, which is said to have inspired Alexandre Muir’s unofficial Canadian anthem in 1867, is now underway.

The winning designs will be exhibited at the entrance of the Green Living Show March 27 to 29.

The pieces will then be auctioned off during the show with proceeds used to support LEAF’s urban forestry initiatives in Toronto.

Submission deadline is Monday, Feb. 9.

Visit www.yourleaf.org/node/1302 for more details.

Prior to being destroyed by a July 19, 2013 storm, the iconic silver maple was located outside Maple Cottage on Laing Street in Leslieville.