Farmers’ Market in the Loop 2022
FARMERS’ MARKET IN THE LOOP
Bigger and Better for 2022
The Upper Avenue Community Association (UACA) is excited to be working with The Apple Tree Group to bring our community a vibrant Farmers’ Market in the Loop every Thursday from 3pm to 7pm starting May 19 and running until October 13 in the bus loop at Avenue Road and Old Orchard Grove.
Visitors will enjoy the following types of vendors: Fresh local fruits and veggies, fresh and cured meats, flours and grains, breads and pastries, prepared foods, olive oils and vinegars, beer, salsa and chips, honey, jam, maple syrup, cheese, dog treats, and jewellry.
SEE YOU AT THE LOOP ON MAY 19TH!
Community Environment Days
Councillor Colle is sponsoring the following Enviroinment Days in June:
Sunday, June 5 10 am – 2 pm at Glen Long Community Centre, 35 Glen Long Ave
Tuesday, June 14 4-8 pm North Toronto Memorial Arena, 174 Orchard View Blvd
For more information go to Toronto Environment Days.
Armour Heights Community Centre – Childrens’ and Tiny Tots’ Classes
Better Living Website Virtual Programs
The Active Living Programs Team has been working hard to curate Virtual Programs to ensure members/clients can stay in touch with their friends and engage in some health and wellness activities during these uncertain times.
Contact by Email email@example.com or by Phone
at 416-447 7244 ext.622
Armour Heights Church / Mosaic Events
Lots of opportunities for community engagement! Events are offered by Mosaic in conjunction with the Armour Heights Presbyterian Church.
For more information to register, call: (905) 597-7000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Toronto residents can show love for Toronto by becoming tourists in their own and local neighbourhoods. Take a self-guided tour to actively discover shops, stops, places and spaces on local main streets. Look at the following walks offered by Leaside Life Walks.
Bayview Institutional Lands
Circle of Care – ZOOM Exercise Class
Circle of Care is offering their exercise classes online through ZOOM. Circle of Care provides free exercise and falls prevention classes to older adults living in the community. Their Falls Prevention program is led by an Occupational Therapist and the Group Exercise Classes are led by trained fitness professionals. Classes are designed to help participants increase mobility, relieve pain and reduce the risk of falls by building strength and improving balances. Classes are funded by the Central Local Health Integration Network (CLIN) and are offered to eligible participants free of charge.
Go to https://www.circleofcare.com/exercise-and-falls-prevention/ to view the upcoming Schedule and to Register.
Fall fest on Upper Avenue – Saturday, October 19th
Our Businesses on Upper Avenue between Joicey and Roe put on a very enjoyable Fall fest – a fall-themed “open house” event to celebrate our vibrant Upper Avenue community on Saturday, October 19th. Councillor Colle and his Staff made a great piping hot minestrone soup. Good turnout and everyone enjoyed the events/giveaways/specials. We will be starting the planning soon for an even bigger and better event in 2020!
Supported by: Councillor Mike Colle, the Upper Avenue Community Association, the Bedford Park Residents Organization, the South Armour Heights Residents’ Association and the Ledbury Park Connects Group.
Interested in Organized Walks?
Review the following websites for Walks of interest to you.
The Program for the 2019 Season is available on their site in pdf format. Most of the ROM walks are free and you do not have to be a Member, but there are some walks that are for Members only.
Heritage Toronto Walks
Heritage Toronto has not published their 2019 Program but it is to be available shortly.
Rouge River National Park
Guided tours are available. The Program for April 2019 is available on their site.