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Castles in the Sky Turns the City Into a Public Playground

Newmindspace organized a giant roving street party on Saturday, July 7, 2007 starting at 7:07pm. As mentioned earlier in the day on blogTO, this street party incorporated elements of previous fun, public events such as their Bubble Battle and Subway Parties.

I joined over 200 young revellers who gathered at the south-east (dominoes) corner of Spadina and Bloor before parading east on Bloor Street to Yonge Street, where the party continued on the subway headed to Union station. The Skywalk took us to the foot of the Rogers Centre, where we regrouped before heading to the park in front of the Steam Whistle Brewing roundhouse. By dusk we found ourselves dancing by the harbourfront and watching fireworks.

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Photos by Roger Cullman.


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