Park People Summit

Registration is now open for Park People's 8th Annual Park SummitSaturday, February 24 - 1:00-4:30pm Daniels Spectrum, Regent Park The theme of this year's Summit is Let’s Play: Montreal in Toronto and our speakers and activities will take a seriously inspiring look at play.Montreal has a special knack for play, so we’ve invited speakers from Montreal to share their formula for upping the fun factor in our parks and public spaces.Our keynote speaker, Mouna Andraos is co-founder at Montreal’s Daily tous les jours, an interactive design studio that creates large-scale public installations that encourage participation and spark joy. One of these installations, 21 Balançoires (swings), launched in a busy Montreal square and invited passers-by... >

Family Day at Black Creek Community Farm

Come spend Family Day with us at Black Creek Community Farm! FREEFebruary 191:00 TO 3:30 pm4929 Jane Street(Jane & Steeles)Accessible by TTC, short walk from pioneer village station!A great way to experience our farm camp programs & spend time with your family! While our camp programs are aimed at children 5-12, all ages are welcome & encouraged to come visit the farm!Activities for the Day:1:00 - 1:30pmWelcome & meet by the fire, purchase a cup ofhot apple cider (discount... >

Access Alliance Knowledge Swap and Seed Exchange

Saturday, February 17 12:00-4:00Access Point on Danforth3079 Danforth Ave (east of Victoria Park)Free Demonstrations and Workshops:Hands on garden workshops from Enviro LeadersFree seedsCommunity seed exchange - bring seeds to swapGarden Sharing NetworkCome and meet other gardeners, share tips and get adviceFun children's activitiesEnjoy light snacks and beveragesFor more info contact Helen 416 699 7920 x 402 hjayakumar@accessalliance.caPresented by Access Alliance and Toronto Urban... >

Toronto Botanical Gardens Seedy Saturday

Get The Jump On Spring & Seedy SaturdayTwo FREE garden events you won’t want to miss on Saturday, February 17, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.GET THE JUMP ON SPRINGTBG’s annual Horticultural Open House with 30+ exhibitors including horticultural societies, garden clubs and environmental organizations, in addition to a floral design competition and show.SEEDY SATURDAYBring your open-pollinated and heirloom seeds to swap with other gardeners. Leftover seed will be added to the TBG Seed Library. Seeds will also be available for purchase from local seed vendors. Seedy Saturday provides gardeners a chance to share their heirloom seed with one another to make sure it’s available for future generations. It’s also a great opportunity to discover varieties that are not available commercially. Click here to learn more about... >