LONG BRANCH TREE FEST - SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3RD
3rd Annual Long Branch TreeFest is Back Live in Marie Curtis Park!
October 3, 2021
Noon – 4 pm
Marie Curtis Park (2 Forty Second St)
Long Branch, Toronto, Ontario – The Long Branch Neighbourhood Association (LBNA) is proud to present the third annual Long Branch TreeFest. This year’s event is in person at Marie Curtis Park. TreeFest is a fun, family oriented inclusive educational event and a celebration of nature and trees with live music showcasing our talented local artists in our community.
Have a question for an arborist about your trees? Ask it of our exhibitor Karma Tree. Get gardening tips from the Etobicoke Master Gardeners and find out what plants need fall pruning. Feel rejuvenated through a Forest Bathing experience and lots more.
Wear comfortable shoes to join the LBNA’s popular Hurricane History Walk, or Tree ID walk. Eagle Spirits of the Great Waters Indigenous Arts & Cultures will be leading interpretive walks. Sign up to receive a free native tree - or start your own from seed. Learn how to live green and help our community and planet. Our Vendor Market will be in full swing with local vendors.
Kids will have fun in our nature Craft Area; listen to stories under a tree; face painting with the ever-popular Doodle Bug; and lots more.
Our community has many incredible shops and talented artisans. #ShowLoveTO all they create and curate and help them thrive. ShowLoveTO is produced by the City of Toronto in association with Founding Sponsor American Express and in partnership with Destination Toronto and is funded in part by the Government of Ontario.
Find out more at TreeFest.
This is a free, outdoor event for all ages and Covid-19 protocols will be in place. Social distancing of 2 meters and masks are required, and certain activities will have limits to ensure a safe, fun experience for all.
Long Branch TreeFest is presented by the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association in participation with Friends of Marie Curtis and is funded in part by the City of Toronto's Urban Forestry Grants and Incentives program.
#ShowLoveTO is produced by the @cityofto in association with Founding Sponsor @amexcanada. Funded in part by @ExploreON
For more information, please visit www.longbranchtreefest.ca
Long Branch Neighbourhood Association is a nonprofit incorporated association whose mission is to protect, celebrate and enhance the neighbourhood of the Village of Long Branch.
Chair, Long Branch Neighbourhood Association (LBNA)
Vice Chair, LBNA
Chair, Tree Canopy Preservation and Enhancement Committee Email: email@example.com