Discover our uniqueness. Here are some activities you can participate in.
New Mural Community Celebration
The artist chose to represent this connection to nature by having a single figure of indistinguishable origin interacting with flowers. Flowers are not only symbols of beauty, but can also represent growth and positive change and a celebration of life – something that many community members felt was an important message to convey.
The celebration will showcase local talent, with a band from the St. Thomas Aquinas School, local students will perform spoken word pieces, and refreshments will be provided from restaurants in the area – giving attendees a taste of the the neighbourhood. The York Eglinton BIA invites the public to join in the festivities as its celebrates this powerful piece of art. The event is free and open to the public.
For background information, the RFP can be viewed here.
Go on a Treasure Hunt
It is available for your amusement. You are welcome to play at any time. Enter here.
Gallery City 2018
June 30 – September 3
We have 17 pieces of art on display form Marlee Ave. – Dufferin St.
For address listings go to www.gallerycity.ca.
Don’t forget to enter your ballet to win a piece of original art work made in #Toronto
Sounds of Eglinton
Saturday August 18th, 2018
Sounds of Eglinton is a neighbourhood showcase. Come see what our business community has to offer. Connect with old friends or discover new city nooks.
Peruse the neighbourhood and relax on our Café tables, while listening to live music. Join us for an afternoon Jam into the evening in the Reggae Lane Green P parking lot. Saturday August 18, 2018, all afternoon into the evening.
Boulevard Café at Doug Saunders with Street musicians
Roots Reggae stage in the Green P parking lot (1531 Eglinton Ave W.)
Science and Crafts by the Library
A Caribbean Tales Film Festival
August 11, 2018 2pm Maria Shchuka Library
Click for more information about the film.