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Register Today: From Weeds We Grow Community Gathering in Rowntree Mills Park

Photo Credit: Selina McCallum

Join us for a free, intergenerational community arts program in Rowntree Mills Park with interactive activities and performances led by artists and community members.

From Weeds We Grow is an interdisciplinary public art program led by STEPS Public Art that explores Rowntree Mills Park through artistic, Indigenous, multicultural, environmental and community-based approaches to public space; connecting community members to the arts, each other, and to the park. Learn more about the From Weeds We Grow interactive Web App of Rowntree Mills Park.

This event is hosted by STEPS as part of Arts in the Parks 2021 Programming. It is open to members of the North Etobicoke communities and anyone interested in deepening their connections to Rowntree Mills Park and our natural public spaces. Light refreshments will be provided!

Advance registration is required!

Reserve your spot by Thursday, September 23 at 4:00 PM EDT

Accessibility Notice

The From Weeds We Grow project team is committed to the community’s full participation for this project. Please contact Ima at ima@stepspublicart.org if you have any questions.

Activities Schedule

Saturday, September 25, 12-3 PM EDT

 

Sunday, September 26, 12-3 PM EDT (“Poetry + Art-making Sunday”)

Where to Find Us

We have selected a central location in Rowntree Mills Park, near “Picnic Area 1” by the Rowntree Mill Road entrance to the park.

COVID Safety Considerations

Let’s work together to keep everyone safe! Please remember to wear your mask and maintain safe distance during this event.

From Weeds We Grow is part of the Arts in the Parks program. It has been made possible through generous support from Arts in the Parks, Toronto Arts Foundation, Toronto Arts Council funded by the City of Toronto, and Canada Council for the Arts.

From Weeds We Grow funder and partner logos, including Arts in the Parks, Toronto Arts Foundation, Toronto Arts Council funded by the City of Toronto, and Canada Council for the Arts
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