The Garrison Creek still flows beneath our city. As it rushes under homes, cafes, roads and parks, we find signs of this lost river in tilting houses, dips in streets, buried bridges and a string of green valleys.
Human River celebrates the creek’s path with eclectic events that incorporate: education, art and exploration. Join us as we remember the water’s past as a creek that carved our city, learn about its present in Toronto’s storm sewers, and imagine its potential future.
THE 5th ANNUAL HUMAN RIVER
on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 2009
WITH EVERYONE WEARING BLUE
WE BECAME A HUMAN RIVER
BRINGING THE GARRISON CREEK BACK TO LIFE!
Hosted by: Toronto Public Space Committee
With thanks to our volunteers & to our partners: Coach House Books, Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests (LEAF), Lost Rivers of the Toronto Green Community, RiverSides, vanishingpoint.ca and wade
If you’re interested in getting involved with Human River you can
go over these volunteer roles and/or email contact at humanriver.ca
to tell us how you’d like to help.
Sunday, October 25, 2009 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm
START: 12:30 pm near the Pavilion @ Christie Pits Park
WHO: Anyone who would like to join the flow! The walking route is mostly flat or slightly downhill, with some steep inclines.
ACCESSIBILITY: Those who want to walk or roll the last 1.5 km or 800 m at a slower pace, can contact us for alternate meet-up locations and times: email@example.com
Alternatively, all are welcome to join us at the closing reception at Fort York ‘s Blue Barracks. Doors will open at 4:00 pm.
COST: FREE (Donations welcome)
Last year Human River took to bicycles;
Urban Water Cycle got rolling on a beautiful, sunny Sunday October 19, 2008!
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