Human River

Human River is a Toronto Public Space Committee campaign that started in 2005.

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The aim of Human River is to create community events that celebrate the buried putin and viagra Garrison Creek by exploring its past, re-envisioning its future and discussing its current stormwater issues. Over the years Human River http://cialisonline-rxpharmacy.com/ has worked towards this aim through a range of eclectic events including: art shows, film screenings, arts and education workshops, an arts education program in schools and an annual story telling parade. During the annual story telling parade, participants wear blue becoming a human river and bringing the Garrison Creek back to life air jordan retro!

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Highlights over the years include:

Human River 2007

  • ~ Human River expands it’s program after receiving funds through the Community Program for Stormwater Management, a program of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and the City of Toronto

  • ~ Human River Education: An exciting initiative that used art and community participation to engage students in local history and environmental issues. Five artists worked with students in schools surrounding the Garrison Creek. Together they http://buyviagraonline-rxstore.com/ transformed stories of the creek into cialis 10mg performances, music created on student made drums, masks, sculptures and drawings for the Human River Walk and/or Art Show.
  • ~ Human River Art: A week long art show at Fort York that featured works from established community artists and local students.
  • ~ Human River Walk: On October 21, a parade of blue pedestrians traced the path of sildenafil female the Garrison, experiencing performances from: LEAF, RiverSides, Mr. Verg’s Verminous Puppet Show and our five how much cost a viagra Education Artists air max 90.
  • ~ Human River Film: At Trinity Bellwoods, we held an outdoor screening of the documentary Rivers and Tides in late August. This was a spectacular event that brought together filmswelike, Friends of Trinity Bellwoods, Drummers in Exile, the Raging Grannies and HTO to go

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  • ~ Art and Ecology Workshops: Four workshops held before and after the Human River walk combined crafts and ecology as participants made puppets and learned about local water issues. Partners canada pharmacy mail order included: RiverSides and Lost Rivers

Human River 2006

Human River 2005

  • ~ Human River comes to life!
  • ~ Starting at St. Clair our river streamed along the path of the buried creek, creating crafts at Christie Pits, flowing over a bridge railing at Harbord and pooling at Stanley Park (just north of the creeks mouth) where Sierra Club ran a barbeque and kids entertainment.
  • ~ The success of this event came through the collaboration of TPSC coordinators, volunteers, Garrison guide Bernd Baldus, Lost Rivers, the Sierra Club and blue clad participants!




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