As you all know, I have been supporting the 100th Anniversary of Anne of Green Gables this year. For those of you who live in Ontario, Toronto or anywhere else in Canada, the CNE (Canadian National Exhibition) has begun. There is an exhibition of Anne of Green Gables on. My husband is going to see it tomorrow.
100 Years of Anne (Scroll Down)
Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Anne of Green Gables
Heritage Court, Direct Energy Centre, (MAP)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Lucy Maud Montgomery Society of Ontario (LMMSO) and Uxbridge Township in association with Gribble Landscape Creations (GLC) bring to the CNE a fascinating tribute to this popular Canadian author in an exhibit celebrating her many literary accomplishments as well as her love of the garden. Her most famous novel, Anne of Green Gables (first published in 1908) celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.
The enchanting CNE exhibit will showcase the author’s writing and photography, her love of gardens through beautiful landscape installations, her life at Leaskdale, Ontario and the world of her most famous heroine: Anne Shirley, Anne of Green Gables.
How much does it cost to attend the CNE?
General Admission = $14,
Seniors (60 & better) = $10,
Children (13 & under) = $10,
Babes in Arms (2 yrs. & under) = free,
Disabled and Anyone riding a Medical Scooter = free
Family Pass (2 adults & 2 children or 1 adult & 3 children) = $42.
All prices include GST and are PST exempt.