Monday, November 8, 2010

Daily Lunch for the Hungry - Daily Table with Map thumbnails

Update: 24 December 2011
Some venues have changed since this was first published in November 2010 - new maps have been made and thumbnails of them with links have been added to the table
mh



In September I published a table that showed where you can eat if you don't have any money, but still all the same, you're hungry. Today I've placed all that data into a prettier box. :) Updates and more places where you can find sustenance will be added to this better interface as information become available.

Interfaith Lunch Program in the Beaches Neighbourhood, south-east Toronto, offers a free lunch for the hungry Monday to Friday from the second week of October to the third week in May. If you're near Queen East, Dundas, Kingston Road or Gerrard, between Greenwood Ave and Victoria Park, there's a free hot meal nearby five days a week!

I made this table to help people remember where and when the lunch program is on any given day. To make it easy for those of us who don't like reading when a picture with do, I made four Google Maps that show the locations, times and dates of the lunches for each day of the week. You can look at them by just clicking on the appropriate map in the table below.

Each Google Map is set up so you click on the blue map marker and see more info in a pop-up window, then click on "more" which will open a drop-down box, then click "Street View" and see the exact door of the church where you're supposed to enter (sometimes they're difficult to find). Then you can zoom out and you'll probably recognize the street corner.


Beaches Neighbourhood Interfaith Lunch Program


Day/Time
Address (click for Map)
Organization
Monday
11:00 AM
to
1:00 PM
Corpus Christi
Catholic
Tuesday
11:00 AM
to
1:00 PM
St John's Norway Anglican
Wednesday
11:00 AM
to
1:00 PM
Beaches Hebrew Institute
Thursday
11:00 AM
to
1:00 PM
St. Aidan's Anglican
Friday
11:00 AM
to
1:00 PM
Kingston Road
United Church


If you've been to any of these lunches and want to relate your experience, add some insights, suggestions - feel free in comments; anonymous is fine.



mh

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