With summer sadly drawing to a close, there’s no better time to head outside and enjoy the last remaining days of sunshine.
And it just so happens the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority is hosting a free full-day event this September that will let you enjoy nature during the final days of the season.
- Soak up the remaining summer days with a day trip to this beautiful winery
- MuslimFest returns to the GTA for a 3-day celebration this month
- TIFF is shutting down King Street for its annual block party
You can celebrate the rich cultural history of the Humber River by paddling with boating equipment and safety professionals on-site, at the Humber by Canoe event on Sunday, September 8.
There will be family activities, live entertainment, nature and heritage hikes, and much more all in a beautiful natural setting.
This year’s event celebrates the Humber River’s 20th anniversary as a designated Canadian Heritage River under the Canadian Heritage Rivers System and highlights the importance of protecting and restoring the river for generations to come.
Make sure you’re dressed for the weather and bring sunscreen.
When: Sunday, September 8
Time: 10 am to 4 pm (registration begins at 9:30 am)
Where: Étienne Brûlé Park at the Old Mill Bridge and Catherine Street, Toronto
Price: Free to participate