Happy Canada Day Weekend! Celebrate our nation’s big day with one of the only tuba quartets in the country, by learning indigenous approaches to gardening or kick off an arts festival in an area of town known as “The Pocket.Here’s our picks for this glorious long 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!

Learn Indigenous Gardening & Eco Restoration

Naadmaagit Ki means Helping the Earth in the Anishnaabe Language. They are inviting anyone who wants to learn about Indigenous Cultural Approaches to gardening and eco-restoration to help with planting, growing foods and medicinces, and removing invasive species at Eglinton Flats (101 Emmett Ave near Jane/ Eglinton) The events will run 4-8 on Thurs/Fri and  Sat 1-6

Toot Your Tube

One of the only tuba quartets in the country,Euba offers will play a wide variety of repertoire in Reading Sprouts Garden which features an amazing amphitheatre. On Saturday, check out the musicians who are usually at the back of the orchestra .It’s all part of Arts in the Park Details here >>

Pocket Some Art

Drop in collage, printmaking, puppet making and Book making kicks off Monday and runs Mon to Thurs from 11:00-3:00 all summer long in Phin Park. Art in Phin Park is hosted by The Pocket Community Association. Details here >>
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