Homegrown Park Crawl, September 29, 2013

HomegrownParkCrawlOn Sunday, September 29th, come for a tasty tour at the David Suzuki Foundation’s first-ever Homegrown Park Crawl! Enjoy delicious food and great music as we crawl —by foot, bike and canoe — between four city parks along Toronto’s former Garrison Creek corridor.

Join 16 homegrown food vendors, 16 local groups, 4 local musical acts and the David Suzuki Foundation’s team of Neighbourhood Park Rangers in celebration of the first year of the Homegrown National Park Project.

PARK CRAWL SCHEDULE:

11:00am – Join us in Christie Pits Park to kick off the crawl
1:00pm – Crawl to Bickford Park
2:00pm – Parade to Fred Hamilton Park
3:00pm – Final parade to Trinity Bellwoods Park

Each of the four parks will host food booths, entertainment and eco-activities. Participants will be led from one park to the next by parade marshals and musical acts — including Lemon Bucket Orkestra, Choir!Choir!Choir! and Local 164.

FOOD TICKETS:

Food tickets are limited so get yours today! Each food ticket will allow you to sample a delicious, homegrown specialty from local restaurants and chefs including Jamie Kennedy, Pizza Libretto and Crush Wine Bar.

Get food tickets: https://www.uniiverse.com/listings/homegrown-park-crawl-toronto-7JRR4

Earlybird food tickets: 6 for $20 (Note: Food tickets will be 5 for $20 or $5 each at the event). Food tickets are non-refundable.

All proceeds support the David Suzuki Foundation’s Homegrown National Park Project. The event is rain or shine.

FOOD VENDORS:

Jamie Kennedy Kitchens
Pizzeria Libretto
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen
The County General
Woodlot
Crush Wine Bar Toronto
URSA Restaurant
Chocosol
Cookie Martinez
The Bickford Flexitarian
Common Goods
Timeless Foods
Carmen
Torito Tapas Bar
CSI Coffee Pub
The Guild
Ardor Bistro

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

We are looking for Homegrown Park Crawl Hosts! Register here:
http://www.davidsuzuki.org/about/volunteer/current-volunteer-opportunities/

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
LEAF
Evergreen
Park People
Toronto Beekeepers
Toronto Master Gardeners
Lost Rivers
Toronto Green Community
Not Far From the Tree

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