Posts Categorized: Events

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… Read more »

Visioning a Green Future for your Neighbourhood

Do you have green ideas for your neighbourhood… to shape your community…to plan events with your neighbours? Join Toronto Green Community, Green Neighbourhood Network, Climate Fast, for a visioning workshop supported by The Atmospheric Fund on Saturday, March 9, 2019 in Scarborough, or Sunday, March 10, 2019 in Etobicoke. Share Project Ideas Find Funding for… Read more »

Laugh For the Environment Fundraiser

What?  Laugh for the Environment Variety Show, Benefiting Toronto Green Community When?  Sunday, May 27th from 1:00 – 4:00pm! Where? The Second City 51 Mercer Street, Toronto Be turned ‘green’ with laughter at the Laugh for the Environment Variety Show with acts that range from improvised and stand-up comedy to spoken word, music and magic. And be… Read more »

7th Annual Laugh for the Environment – April 1st – Join Us!

Come join us at our annual “Laugh for the Environment” fundraiser show at Second City! This year’s event will feature acts that range from music and magic to improv and stand-up comedy! The evening will also include a silent auction with a multitude of items generously donated by local businesses, passionate to help build a… Read more »

11th 7a*11d Festival – International Festival of Performance Art

Walk and talk with artist Elizabeth Chitty who collaborated with Lost Rivers to create Daylighting Walks and Daylighting Daylighting Walks Starting from Geary Lane Thursday October 13 6:30 pm | Saturday October 15 6:30 pm | Sunday October 16 4:00 pm Walk with me. We are at the western edge of the watershed of a… Read more »

Indigenous Waterways Event

The Indigenous Waterways event will raise awareness, build connections, and strengthen the capacity of Toronto’s diverse communities to take action by providing an indigenous approach on relating to and caring for our watersheds.