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What’s On at the Evergreen Brickworks

What's On at Evergreen Brick Works

A vendor selling vegetables at the Farmers Market.

Weekend Farmers Market Now Open Saturday and Sunday

Come for Toronto’s freshest and tastiest produce, meats, and dairy. Stay for the music, scenery and made-from-scratch food at our local food court.
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A TTC bus.

Getting Here Just Got Easier

Starting June 19, the #28 Bayview South Bus will be operating seven days a week between Davisville Station and Evergreen Brick Works.
Learn More
A young girl looking at a plant with a magnifying glass.

June is Pollinator Month in the Children’s Garden

Celebrate the creatures that make summer bloom with four fun-filled weekends of hands-on activities like planting a tree seed, building a bee hotel and bird song lessons.
See the Schedule
A tour guide showing visitors the Watershed Wall at Evergreen Brick Works.

Free Saturday Tours of Evergreen Brick Works

Learn how Evergreen reclaimed and revitalized this former brick making factory into an award-winning environmental community centre and green-technology showcase.
Learn More
Cyclists riding along a path in the forest.

Women’s Mountain Bike Ride Wednesdays

Yes you can. Join Sweet Pete’s and Bike Works for a weekly mountain bike ride geared towards newer riders.
Learn more
Evergreen City Builders Awards
Pizza Night at Evergreen Brick Works

Visit evergreen.ca/whatson for more!

Construction Update

Dear Neighbours,

We are pleased to confirm we are moving into the final few weeks of construction and remaining efforts will focus on revitalizing the space around the junction and along Old Pottery Road.

Crews recently installed the new junction wall and have completed grading the perimeter of the junction. The equipment and trailer that was stored at the bottom of our temporary construction road has now been removed, and crews will also begin grading and preparing this area for restoration. To enhance the visual quality of our facility, over the next few weeks our landscaping contractor will begin planting a variety of tree species as per the landscape designs.

During the week of June 20, we will be required to access the junction via Bayview Heights Drive for two days, as landscaping will be in its final stages and the access road will no longer be available for use. Throughout these days we will remove the remaining old equipment and structures. A crane will be on-site to complete this work and a flat-bed truck will be used to transport the old equipment off site.

This will conclude construction activities at Bayview Junction, a significant milestone in completing the Midtown Project and ensuring Toronto Hydro customers continue to receive an adequate and reliable supply of electricity.

To show our appreciation and thank you for your patience while we’ve worked in your neighbourhood, we would like to invite you to a Community Appreciation Event on Thursday, June 23 at 6:30 p.m.  Please see the attached invite for more details.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,

Dana Gardner
Community Relations Officer, Public Affairs

Hydro One Networks Inc.
483 Bay Street
Toronto, ON | M5G 2P5

Direct Line: 416.345.6729
Community Relations Line: 416.345.6799
www.HydroOne.com

 

Community Appreciation Event Invite