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Fall Harvest at College Park

The Downtown Yonge BIA is presenting Festive Fall, a seasonal transformation of the little park at College Park – the frogs and their lily pads had to make way for the harvest.

Later this month – October 31 to be exact – College Park is hosting their Halloween Spooktacular. According to their website, the event is “a family-friendly evening of activities that include pumpkin painting, a spooky dance performance and a free screening of the Addams Family 2!”

A Rainy Day Walk

Today I swing through College Park, walk down Yonge Street to catch the tail end of OpenStreetsTO, visit the Panamerican Food & Music Festival at Yonge-Dundas Square, and finish up on Dundas Street East where I checked out some urban scrawl.

Frogs and Lily Pads at College Park

Four years after the Aura condo tower at College Park wrapped up construction, the long-awaited revitalization of the College Park public space was completed. The old park was completed removed because the parking garage underneath required a new waterproof membrane on its roof. And… we have now have frogs!

Walking Down Yonge Street…

Yonge Street south of Gerrard Street
Packing up after OpenStreetsTO at Yonge and Dundas Streets

Panamerican Food & Music Festival at Yonge-Dundas Square

The Panamerican Food & Music Festival is Canada’s largest annual festival of its kind. It celebrates the rich diversity of cuisine, music and art from North, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. The theme this year is Celebrating 10 Years of Flavour & Fun – Panamerican Style.

Then on to some street art…

Mural at the corner of Victoria Street and Dundas Street East
91 Dundas Street East
Near Dundas Street East and Church Street

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