Discover our uniqueness. Here are some activities you can participate in.


New Mural Community Engagement

The York Eglinton BIA is consulting with our community for inputs on what should be included in the upcoming mural at Eglinton & Glenhome (by Wing Machine).

We would like the mural to complement our community in the symbol, the design and in the story it tells.

The BIA partnered with the award-winning public arts organization, STEPS Initiative, for the mural engagement. We kicked-off community mural engagement at the library on Monday August 20, 2018 and received some valuable feedback.
The below concept drawings were prepared as a result. The final step is to select the favorite concept drawing.
Please note s it is a concept drawing the final work will differ in appearance.

We look forward to your inputs!

Final Concept drawing – survey link

For background information, the RFP can be viewed here.

For any further questions, or to give additional feedback on the process, feel free to contact the BIA office.

 Gallery City 2018

June 30 – September 3

We have 17 pieces of art on display form Marlee – Dufferin.

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

Go on a  Treasure Hunt

It is available for your amusement.  You are welcome to play at any time.  Enter here.

Sounds of Eglinton Community Event

Saturday August 18th, 2018

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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.)

Face painting

Science and Crafts by the Library 

A Caribbean Tales Film Festival

Community Screening

August 11, 2018 2pm Maria Shchuka Library

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click for more information about the film.