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Get Outside and Bask in the Glow

It seems like some divine providence that this will be the first really pleasant weekend of the season, it being EARTH DAY and all. So dust off those sandals, get out those cropped pants, and venture outside! The forecast for this weekend calls for temps in the 20's and sunny skies!

Here's a list of some fun outdoor activities happening this weekend:

Toronto Zoo Party for the Planet. Toronto Zoo.
Sat. and Sun. April 21-22, 2007.

The Toronto Bruce Trail Club Bus Hike to Iroquoia, Upper Spencer Creek.
Depart from Islington Station.
Sat. April 21, 2007. 9am.

Riverdale Farm Earth Week Tree & Shrubs Planting. Riverdale Farm (201 Winchester Street).
Sat. April 21, 2007. 9:30am - 11:30am.

Earth Day Garden Launch, Eglinton Park Heritage Community Garden (behind the community centre at 200 Eglinton Ave. West)
Sat. Apr 21, 2007. 10am-2pm.

Community Environment Day in Parkdale (along Wabash Avenue, from Sorauren Avenue to Macdonell Avenue)
Sat. April 21, 2007. 10am - 2pm.

Canada Ride for Climate, meet at the base of Yonge Street @ Queens Quay and ride to Hamilton.
Sat. April 21, 2007. 10am - 5pm.

Phin Park Tree Tour and Block Spring Tidy Up
Sat. Apr 21. 11:00am.

Canoeing for the Rupert River
Sun. Apr 22, 2007.

MEC Bike Swap, Mountain Equipment Co-op, 400 King Street West
Sun Apr 22, 2007. 8am to 3pm.

Toronto Maple Leaf/Esso Street Hockey Jamboree. Yonge-Dundas Square.
Sun. April 22, 2007. 10am - 4pm.

Toronto Tree Planting Eco Fair. Downsview Park.
Sun. April 22, 2007. 12pm - 4pm.

Toronto Botanical Gardens Earth Day Event.
Sun. April 22, 12pm - 4pm.

Reclaim Earth Day: Rally & Street Festival, Metro Hall Square (King and John)
Sun. Apr 22, 2007. 1pm to 6pm.

Lost River Walks Earth Day Walk. Meet at Summerhill TTC Station.
Sun. April 22, 2007. 2 pm.

Seed-starting 101 -- workshop at Grassroots
Mon. Apr 23, 2007. 7:30pm.


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