Spring Bird Festival
Young Birders' Club
Learn how to ID resident and migratory birds while we hike, play birding games, and tune our ears to bird song. Whether you're a bird beginner or already know a warbler from a wren, come join the club!
Club meetings take place from 8:30-11:30 a.m. on the dates listed above, and will be on foot or by bike, depending on the date. Cost information and other details can be found on the registration page:
Family Nature Walk
Kids and parents are invited to enjoy the natural world at Tommy Thompson Park!
Learn about what Toronto's urban wildlife is up to as the seasons change.
Register at www.FamilyNatureTTP-May.Eventbrite.ca
For additional information, please contact Raja Raudsepp, Environmental Educator, email@example.com
Ever wonder how Tommy Thompson Park came to exist? How does such a remarkable wilderness space survive in Toronto?
Prepare to have your questions answered!
Starting from the entrance to TTP, we'll cycle well into the park. We'll stop periodically to discuss work done in the park to create and restore the diverse habitats present. Come discover the story behind Toronto's Urban Wilderness!
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Toronto 10 Miler Marathon
The Toronto 10-Miler takes place against the stunning backdrop of Toronto's Urban Wilderness: Tommy Thompson Park. The park offers exceptional views of Toronto's waterfront, wildflower meadows, cottonwood forests and coastal wetlands. What could be more invigorating and inspiring than running through a natural sanctuary?
Tommy Thompson Park's flat terrain is ideal for running, and the Toronto 10-Miler is wonderful as a stand-alone event or as preparation for half or full marathons such as the Toronto Waterfront Marathon.
In addition to the great physical and health benefits of the run itself, by participating in the Toronto 10-Miler you are helping the park too! Proceeds from the Toronto 10-Miler will go towards The Living City Foundation which supports Tommy Thompson Park; your contributions will directly support habitat enhancement/ creation projects at the park and help ensure that this natural treasure continues to thrive.
To learn more about the event, visit the website www.torontotenmiler.ca.