It all started in Newmarket! I was living on my own, single, bored of guys and thought I’d never find someone! Looking now to the Internet, I finally found a guy I wanted to meet! It just so happened that we lived 5 minutes from each other! We met at the Moxies in Newmarket, jeremey told the bartenders that he was on a blind date, I walked in and sat at the table and (I didn’t know this until down the road!) the bartender gave him a thumbs up! We talked for 3 hours non stop, finished our date, and I gave him a kiss good bye! Since that date we were inseparable. We bought a house within 6 months! Moxies was our “spot”! We went there occasionally, he proposed to me there and we have every anniversary there! We enjoyed going to fairy lake for walks, seeing the festivals, craft shows, dog shows through the years has been amazing. Got married at madsens greenhouse (amazing gem in Newmarket!), had our two kids at southlake hospital and so on. Every summer, we love taking the kids to downtown Newmarket, go for a walk at fairy lake, come back for a splash in huge splash pool, then finish off with a Kawartha dairy ice cream on the downtown strip. Newmarket will always be a part of our lives and I wouldn’t change it for the world! So many memories, so many more to come!
Waterfront: best views, lots of activities, refreshing nature, and love watching the landing and takeoff of airport nearby.
I belong downtown as I work and spend time with my friends and family downtown. My favourite place to go to is the Nathan Phillips Square to ice skate in winter.
Met the love of my life in downtown and then fell in love with the city as well!!
I always took the public transit to downtown because driving and parking in DT just scared me. Once I had to be downtown for 7am so i decided to drive. Parked underground near my destination, went off and returned to find my car and got totally lost. It took me 3 hours and I finally found my car thanks to a very kind security officer. Love the people downtown even though it can be intimidating. :)
I belong to downtown as I spend early morning romantic walking the lake with my husband.
My favorite memory of Yonge street is getting my nose pierced in the 80's in the back of Fashion Fashion and Indian store at Yong and Wellesley.
My favorite memory of Yonge st. is skipping school and visiting Yonge st.! All the way from Barrie.