Rouge National Park is hosting a dog-friendly harvest festival this weekend

Aug 14 2018, 6:22 pm

Take a bite out of the great outdoors at Toronto’s Taste of the Trail this weekend. This celebration of the summer harvest is taking place at the Rouge National Park and will feature fresh local produce, live music, hiking tips, and more.

Among the highlights, look forward to fresh sweet corn, camp cooking demos from MEC, old-fashioned fare from Pickering Museum Village, and a pup-friendly treat booth and watering station from Peppy Paws & Co.

Even carless Torontonians can attend by hopping on the Rouge Express Parkbus shuttle.

Admission to the event is free but donations to Second Harvest are encouraged. Staff will be on-site collecting food donations for the Harvest Kitchen program and are seeking contributions of cooking oil, rice, pasta, tomato sauce, canned goods, spices, tea and coffee, and gluten-free items.

Taste of the Trail

When: August 18, 2018, 10 am to 3 pm
Where: Bob Hunter Memorial Park, 7277 14th Avenue, Markham

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