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September 27: Love lettering + the David Suzuki Foundation + The Homegrown National Park Crawl

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Photo by Joseph Michael

Photo by Joseph Michael

I am over the moon excited to be partnering with the David Suzuki Foundation to bring the Love Lettering Project to Trinity Bellwoods Park for the third annual Homegrown National Park Crawl! I’ll be set up in Trinity Bellwoods from 12-2, but the Crawl heads north to Christie Pits and will wrap up at 6.

Back for a third year, we’re celebrating the amazing green spaces along Toronto’s former Garrison Creek with the Homegrown Park Crawl.

This year’s Park Crawl will feature food from some of Toronto’s top chefs and restaurants, plus kids activities and live music. Participants will sample tasty treats while they flow — by foot, bike and portaged canoe — from park to park alongside adventurous local musical acts. And this year we’ll be crawlin’ upstream, from Trinity Bellwoods to Christie Pits. Each of the four parks on the route — Christie Pits, Bickford, Fred Hamilton and Trinity Bellwoods — will have entertainment and eco-activities, with food and drink vendors at Trinity Bellwoods and Christie Pits, plus a beer and wine tent at the Pits. 

Confirmed food vendors include: Pizzeria Libretto, Cookie Martinez, Two Bite Saloon, One Love, Chocosol, Harvest Kitchen, Jon’s Pops, CSI Coffee Pubs, Le Dolci, Tallboys, Wenona Craft Beer Lodge, Treeline Catering, My Crème Caramel and The County General.


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