Do you have a burgeoning interest in growing vegetables, fruit, and herbs? Do you feel burdened by the confines of a small urban garden or plot? It’s time to think beyond traditional stand-alone vegetable gardens! Steven Biggs will inspire you to create a visually stunning garden and yard – and eat it, too! Learn how to create ornamental appeal while incorporating edible plants into existing garden beds, or how to add ornamental plants that are edible too. Explore gardening in unused spaces…like a driveway or on a rooftop. And maybe it’s time to give that front yard an edible makeover. This series is sure to help you create a stunning edible garden that fills your yard with beauty.
The Ontario Heritage Trust presents Heritage Matters Live with Esi Edugyan — a free virtual event featuring a lecture from award-winning author Esi Edugyan and a visit to Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site. Edugyan writes richly imagined and impeccably researched stories that illuminate complicated truths about race and belonging. In this pre-recorded lecture, the author will discuss her internationally acclaimed novel Washington Black, touching on themes of Black heritage, identity, belonging and displacement.
When: March 11, 2021
Event Time(s): 5:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Where: Virtual Event
Cost: Free Reservations / Advance Tickets are required
Celebrate Toronto, will be honoring Toronto’s 187th Anniversary as a Virtual Festival. Let’s ‘Rebuild, Reconnect, and Show Love’ for Toronto and our small businesses.
Tune in to our live show featuring Toronto musicians, New Choir, Queen Pepper, and Queens Own Rifles, and our DJ Video Dance Party.
Shop the ‘Toronto Made Market’ a curated online market featuring local businesses and artists. Online games include Toronto Trivia, ColourTO, Photo Contests and the #RemiDanceChallenge, Prizes and giveaways will be announced weekly.