A growing list of activities is being organized for this years Tree Fest on October 3. These include guided walks, Kids activities, live music and many others. Covid protocols will be in place and there will be limits to the numbers attending certain events. Guided walks will require tickets to attend. Access to the Kid’s craft tables will be available when space become available. Social distancing of 2 meters and or masking will be in effect.
Walks and Stories
There will be four guided walks and two childrens stories at Tree Fest. These will require tickets to attend. Tickets will be available at Tree Fest on October 3.
Tree Identification of local tree species at Marie Curtis Park – Three 30 minute walks
Forest Bathing A tree therapy experience in the woods. Two 1 hour sessions.
Indigenous History of Etobicoke Creek and the local waterfront Three 20 minute walks
Hurricane Hazel History walk Two 30 minute walks
Childrens stories under a tree Three 30 minute sessions
Indigenous Kid’s stories Three 10 minute sessions
More information at Ticketed Events
Live Music will be performed at the Band Stand
More information will available soon
A number of other Activities will be happening
Ask the Arborist – hosted by Karma Trees booth
Face painting – by Doodlebug
Police Horses – From the Toronto Police department
Long Branch Love – Place stickers on what you love best
Tree Seeds and more