Coming up in July 2014 – Fireworks at Ashbridge’s Bay on Canada Day, festivals, neighbourhood walk, movie night at Jonathan Ashbridge Park

Tue. July 1 Canada Day
Canada Day Picnic music festival at Woodbine Park
After 9:30 Fireworks at Ashbridge’s Bay

Note: To see updates about the development proposal for 1327 to 1339 Queen East, see the East Toronto Community Coalition.

Lots to do within a short walk.

Greenwood Pool is open. Swimming at Ashbridge’s Bay Park / Woodbine Beach is apparently “okay” most of the time.

Summer camps at Applegrove, S.H. Armstrong

Summer reading club and other programs at Gerrard-Ashdale Library

Every Sunday until October – Farmer’s Market at Jonathan Ashbridge Park “Leslieville Farmer’s Market

Sat. July 5 – Sun. July 6 Afrofest at Woodbine Park.

July 18-27 Beaches Jazz Festival

Sunday July 20 – Flea market at Ashbridge Estate, 1444 Queen Street East. “Leslieville Flea

Sunday, July 20
2:00pm – Small Green Gems Along Small’s Creek – neighbourhood walk

Meet at south west corner of East Lynn Ave. and Danforth Ave.
The string of ravines that link almost-forgotten Small’s Creek are hidden treasures of Ward 32. Join the Friends of Small’s Creek Ravines with John Wilson when they show off the improvements being implemented to preserve these unusual islands of biodiversity in east Toronto. Special guest Ruthanne Henry, landscape ecologist, park planner and ravine champion, will help identify rare and special trees and shrubs in the environmentally significant Williamson ravines. Along the route there are some stairs and uneven ground, so please wear good footwear and expect a two-hour adventure ending near Coxwell and Gerrard.

Sunday, July 27 8 p.m.
Free movie night
LEGO Movie
Jonathan Ashbridge Park, Queen East at Woodward Ave.
Come at 8pm to get set up with your chairs and blankets to watch a movie under the stars.
– Councillor McMahon’s Movie Night

-for some of the above, thanks to Councillor Mary Margaret McMahon’s Ward 32 newsletter.
Which also had this item:
Neighbourhood Walkabout with Andy Byford

On June 23rd, Councillor McMahon and Andy Byford, Chair of TTC, went on a walkabout around the neighbourhood surrounding the Russell Carhouse to address the residents’ concerns.


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