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Alley Jaunt 2006

If you're looking for something free to do today, and a million people on the Danforth isn't your thing, head over to the Trinity Bellwoods area for Toronto's Alley Jaunt.

Over 20 garages between Queen and College have been donated for the weekend, and turned into art galleries and installations. My personal favorites are the BAG Collective, which re-created Toronto with felt and plush stuffing, and Catherine Carmichael's garage which was completely covered in a reflective tinfoil like material.

11am to 6pm.

Photos: Fotograf.416 and Tim


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