Meet 2 pm at The Sculptor's Cabin and and join Members of the Friends of Guild Park for a guided walk through Guild Park. This is a summer long program and walks are hosted the last Sunday of each month May - September.
Guild Park was site of the innovative Guild of All Arts, founded in 1932. The park’s 88 acres includes a Sculpture Garden featuring works by notable Canadian artists including Sorel Etrog, Emanuel Hahn, Francis Loring, E.B. Cox and Florence Wyle. Walks will highlight those sculptures, architectural remnants saved from dozens of Toronto’s heritage buildings demolished in the 1960s and 1970s and other unique features of the park.
Sunday Strolls are Volunteer led by members of the Friends of Guild Park and Gardens and are about 90-minutes long
Walk in the Park - Seniors Park Walking Program for Fitness and Fun
Join a free walking program for Seniors and older adults at Guild Park & Gardens. Monday Mornings starting 9:30am. Meet by the Sculptor's Cabin. Please arrive at 9am for first-time registrations.
Walks will be cancelled in the case of extreme heat or lightning storms. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a reusable water bottle
Walk in the Park flyer.pdf
GUILD ALIVE WITH CULTURE
A weekend full of artisans, entertainment, art demonstrations and community. Guild Park's most popular weekend event of the year with over 100 displays of unique crafts for sale, entertainment, community services. There is sure to be something for everyone.
Organized by City Councillor Paul Ainslie and the Guild Renaissance Group. For more information and images from pervious years visit www.guildalivewithcuture.ca
Driftwood Theatre returns to Guild Park, Tuesday, July 30 for an epic, outdoor performance of Shakespeare's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. Using the unique "spaces of the park as a powerful backdrops" this performance is for one night only! Enter the dream, and experience magic of the faery realm in a venue already steeped in mystery.
Driftwood Theatre celebrates 25 years of The Bard’s Bus Tour by revisiting Shakespeare’s most magical, musical story.
Audiences have the the opportunity to support Driftwood by purchasing tickets online in advance ($30) or are encouraged to pay what you can at the show. For more information about Driftwood theatre and to purchase tickets for the Toronto Guild Park show July 30th visit www.driftwoodtheatre.com
Morning Nature Walk hosted by the Toronto Field Naturalists
A "circular walk" through the various forest trails and woodland paths, the tour will highlight various insects, birds and plants found in this Carolinian Forest. Trails are mostly flat, with some steep slope options. Tour is FREE but donations are welcome and all proceeds will help support future activities and events in the park. Participants are invited to meet at the Sculptor's Cabin at 10am. Bring binoculars and Bug Spray. Sturdy walking shoes and appropriate clothes recommended. Presented in partnership with Friends of the Guild Park