Park People’s Moonlight Movies kicks off tonight and runs all weekend. Also, Arts in the Parks is making free art happen all across the city. Here’s our picks for the weekend. Be sure to check out our full events calendar for everything that’s happening in Toronto parks this weekend. Don’t forget to submit yours!

Chill Out with Ice Age

Tonight, Rowntree Mills hosts Park People and Delta Family Resource Centre’s screening of Ice Age: Continental Drift. Arrive around 7 for the pre-show and bring a blanket or camping chairs and settle in for a great, family evening. Details here >>

Meet Three Sisters at Chester Le

Take part in a mosaic unveiling and Pow Wow to celebrate the new Indigenous garden inspired by Aboriginal heritage and celebrating the ‘three sisters’ crop with Agincourt Community Services Association, Three Sisters House and Red Pepper Spectacle Arts in Chester Le Park. It’s all part of Arts in the Parks and happens on Saturday.  Details here >>

Get Lost in Earlscourt Park

Park People and Friends of Earlscourt Park present a chance to get lost in a night of dramatic twists and turns at the screening of Labyrinth. The night is also a chance to celebrate the parks’ beautiful new wading pool Labyrinth, designed by local artist HiMY SYed! The 7:30 preshow will also include Bowie themed face paint and colouring pages, chalk art and much more. Get details here >>

Bug Off at Humber Arboretum

Join the Etobicoke Master Gardeners for a walking tour on the grounds of the Humber Arboretum while you learn about the Good Bugs (beneficials) and Bag Bugs (invasives) in your garden.This is an outdoor walking tour; please dress accordingly. Meet at the Centre for Urban Ecology. Details here >>