Toronto Biennial of Art: NIGHT WALK WITH LOST RIVERS AND RIVERS RISING – Monday October 14th AT 8 PM

This Night Walk with the Lost Rivers and Rivers Rising initiatives traces hidden histories of the Garrison Creek, which enters Lake Ontario just east of Fort York, the military garrison for the region. Closed since the 1920s, the hidden creek has gained interest as new initiatives have formed to draw attention to the relationships between “lost” creeks, community planning, and urban design by restoring buried bridges and regenerating the Garrison Creek ravine system.

Event Notes: Rain or (moon) shine, participants will meet promptly at 8pm in front of Christie Subway Station on the corner of Christie Street and Bloor Street West.

Accessibility: The Night Walk involves active walking through various paths in a public park with a few stops to rest over the course of the program.

Please register at:  https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/night-walk-with-lost-rivers-and-rivers-rising-tickets-75694296679  

Image Credits: Maria Thereza Alves, Garrison Creek, 2019, on display at 259 Lake Shore Blvd E for the Toronto Biennial of Art