Photo by Jabbazg
The farmer’s market is now in its 7th season!
Come and visit the market, located at the North West Corner of Trinity Bellwoods Park from 3pm – 7pm every Tuesday.
This spring the climate is ever changing and has delayed the asparagus a bit. But, not to be discouraged as there’ll be salad greens, sprouts (new this season), cheeses, bread, meat (goat new this season), fish, preserves, baked goods and some fermented goods (new this season).
For more information visit the TBFM Website.
The organization known as Community CAVE (Communities Advancing Valued Environments) and artist Angel Carrillo (Cruz1) will be completing a 4 month, bi-weekly experience-based learning opportunity for at-risk youth.
This “contemporary urban arts” program will direct its focus on framing graffiti as an accepted form of contemporary art by teaching youth about the negative impacts of graffiti as vandalism and empowering them to engage the community to collaboratively develop their own mural project, with the support of organizations, businesses and institutions. The artist Cruz1 will work with CAVE and the Toronto Police to recruit youth diverted through the court system as well as interested neighbourhood youth.
Location: The workshops will be held at Community CAVE, located at 15 Atlantic Avenue. The proposed graffiti removal and mural location is the laneway facing Trinity Bellwoods Park and makes up the garages of the houses between 941-993 Dundas Avenue West.
This initiative was supported by StreetARToronto.
Filming will be taking place at 1083 Dundas Street West, on April 27th and 28th from 7am till 11pm each day.
Sites that will be affected and where filming vehicles may be parked include:
- Shaw St between Queen St W & Dundas St W
- Shaw St between King St W & Queen St W
- Dundas St between Gorevale Av & Ossington Av
- Queen St W between Workman Way & Shaw St
***Updated with time of event
One of the hottest tickets in the park is the annual garage sale, and we expect that this year will be no different. This is the one day of the year where registered members of the community have an opportunity to sell their stuff at one of the most interesting garage sales in Toronto.
We expect that demand for the 2013 edition of the sale will once again be strong and are looking forward to the event. Don’t forget, before you schlep your stuff to the park to sell, you must pre-register for this event at the Trinity Community Recreation Centre. Space is extremely limited and spots are usually filled very quickly.
Registration for the 2013 Trinity Community Yard Sale opens up on May 13. On that date, flyers with an associated event barcode will be made available to patrons at the TCRC (Trinity Community Recreation Centre) front desk. Patrons will need to pay the event fee, which is $30.00 at the point of registration, and an additional $20.00 garbage deposit on the day of the event, which will be refunded to them at the end of the days event, provided that the participant meets the posted regulations regarding garbage. Should a participant withdraw from the event prior to the date of the event, they will receive a refund for the amount paid, less a $10.00 administration fee. Additional ways to register for this event include:
They can call 416 392-0743
and speak to a staff at the TCRC.
They can call 416 338-4386
and speak to a customer service representative.
They can use Touch Tone Registration as long as they are a P,F&R client and have a family and Client number, (which can be acquired through the Centre if they don’t have one)..They can call 416 338-0000
Once registered, you should call into the Centre (416 392-0743
) as a followup to obtain the policies for the event
Garage Sale – Saturday June 15, 2013 – 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
If you have any questions about this event, please contact staff at the Trinity Community Recreation Centre at 416 392-0743
The City of Toronto will be hosting a Community Environment Day in our neighbourhood on Saturday April 13! These events are a great opportunity to dispose of some unwanted items that may have been collecting around your home! Additionally, the City gives away free compost and green bins. Some of the items you can dispose of are listed on the City’s website and include:
Drop off for recycling or proper disposal
- Computer Equipment & Peripherals
(e.g., desktops, laptops, hand-held portables, monitors, printing devices, etc.)
- Audio/Visual Equipment & Peripherals
(e.g., telephones, cell phones, pda’s and pagers, cameras, small TVs, radios, receivers, speakers, tuners, equalizers, turntables, projectors, recorders, DVD players and VCRs, etc.)
- Household Hazardous Waste
(e.g., cleaning supplies and solvents, motor oil, paint, batteries, old/unused medication, mercury thermometers/thermostats, pesticides, fluorescent and compact fluorescent bulbs, propane tanks, etc.)
There’s a rumour that the Friends of Trinity Bellwoods Park will be there serving up hot dogs as well!
- Saturday April 13, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
- Along east side of Shaw St. (just south of Dundas St. W.)
Trinity Bellwoods Community Event Calendar