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News And Notices 2011

News And Notices 2011

From the Summer 2011 Newsletter:

Neighbourhood news:

* Campbell Park Supper and Campfire, 6.30 to 10 pm Tuesday June 14: Thanks to strong support from Ward 18 City Councillor Ana Bailao, Campbell Park's rinkhouse/clubhouse has had the staff office turned into a kitchen, with donated sinks, running water and a stove. This lets park users and staff expand the menu at the winter snack bar and cook food for community events.

To celebrate the new kitchen, Campbell staff would like to invite Campbell Park users to have supper at the park. They’ll be serving a main dish for a suggested donation of $5 and desert for $1. From staff Michael Monastyrskyj: “The donation is to cover costs, but we don't want anyone to go away hungry, so give as much or as little as you like. After dinner, roast marshmallows over the fire. And if you have a guitar, bring it along!” There is also a new bulletin board which will show neighbourhood news & history, the planned wading pool renovations, and recreation budget changes.

* MacGregor Park, campfire and coffee house, Fridays, June 17, 24 and July 1
Artist-in-the-Park Kristen Fahrig is back from her art-making trip to Rio (see her fascinating blog at celos.ca). To celebrate the completion of the MacGregor field house renovations last fall, Kristen is joining with Recreation staff and artist-storyteller Jane Wells to make some extra fun on three Friday nights in June. There will be art session for kids, 3:30 - 5:30; a Cooking Fire with food, 5.30 to 7.00 p.m., storytelling by Jane Wells, 7 to 7.30, and musicians from 7.30 to 9 p.m. Everyone welcome!


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Growing Beautiful Gardens With Native Plants

May 5, 2011

7 pm to 8 pm

Bloor Gladstone Library Branch (1101 Bloor W, Toronto).

Free to register!


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Art, Music & Drama Summer Camps

Located in a sheltered garden studio near Dufferin Grove Park

Garrison Creek Art Centre

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Garrison Creek Art Centre March Break "Travel the World"

March 14-18 , March 21-25

Monday - Create your own puppet plays

Tuesday - Ireland! step dancing and songs with guests.

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