This weekend is going to be humming with birds, concerts and theatre–and if that doesn’t suit you, you can just go fly a kite. Check out our events calendar for everything that’s happening in Toronto parks. Don’t forget to submit yours!

Be a Bird Nerd at Rouge Park

Indigo-Bunting_BannerWorld Migratory Bird Day was May 10. Celebrate and highlight the need for migratory bird conservation, head to  the Rouge on Saturday, May 14, 2016.  Check out bird watching tours with bird experts at 8, 9 and 10:30 a.m. Read more here >>
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Watch a Murder Unfold in Scarborough

imgres-24The murder of five members of the Donnelly family of Biddulph township, north of London, Ontario, on February 4, 1880, is a well-known story. The story was transformed into 3 plays, and the first, Sticks and Stones, will be performed at Scarborough Arts on May 14 at 2pm. The event is free. Read more here >>

Go Fly a Kite in Earlscourt Park

imgres-27Make, buy or borrow a kite. You’ll need it at Earlscourt Park this weekend for Kitefest. Sunday May 15 at 12pm, go fly a kite with a whole lot of other flighty folks. Smaller kids can make their own pinwheels. Bring a picnic lunch & hang out in the park. Read more here >>

Skinnamarink with Sharon & Bram

imgres-28Sharon, Lois & Bram Music Garden will be unveiled with a concert Saturday at June Rowlands Park. The two remaining singers, Sharon & Bram will perform to what will most certainly be an enthusiastic crowd. Josh Matlow is hosting the event. Read more here >>