MPP Glen Murray Community Clean up and Toronto Centre Walking Tour – April 26th 11 am
MPP Glen Murray invites you to the Toronto Centre Earth Day Community Clean up and Walking Tour! Please join us Sunday April 26th as we walk through Toronto Centre, learn about sustainable food and agricultural initiatives, and clean up our neighborhood.
This is a three-stop walking tour and clean up that begins Winchester Park and will end at Riverdale Park with informational workshops along the way. While we travel from stop to stop, we will clean up Toronto Centre! Biodegradable bags and gloves will be provided to pick up trash along the way. Please join us! Details below:
SUNDAY APRIL 26th:
START TIME: 11am
LOCATION: Winchester Park, 149 Bleeker
Coffee, tea, and info on eco-friendly business
We will start the day off right with great organic coffee, tea and some important info from eco-friendly business owner, Marilyn Simms. Marilyn joins us from Vert Catering and will serve us organic, fair trade and pesticide free coffee and tea as we set off to clean up!
STOP 2: Urban Agriculture at Alan Gardens
Many Toronto Center Residents will recognize this stop as the famous Toronto landmark Alan Gardens. Here we will be joined by Rhonda Teitel-Payne, Co-coordinator of Toronto’s Urban Growers. She briefly present on the topic of Urban Agriculture. We’ll continue our clean up and head east!
STOP 3: Fresh local produce from Fresh City Farms at Riverdale Park
We will conclude our clean up at Riverdale Park, finishing with fresh organic snacks courtesy of Fresh City Farms. MPP Glen Murray will take this opportunity to speak up about the links between environmentalism and wellness in the community.
Bring your family, bring your friends – let’s learn about how we can improve the health of our communities.
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