Cultural Studies | Queen's University
April 1—2, 2016
We will discuss recent projects, with an emphasis on our approach to collective practices and public engagement within the broader urban ecology.
Homegrown Park Crawl
Homegrown National Park Project / David Suzuki Foundation
Christie Pits Park
Sunday, September 27, 3 to 6 pm, 2015
Retracing the route of where Garrison Creek once ran, this event will move throughout the city and culminate in a celebration in Christie Pits Park, where we will be in the afternoon.
Saturday June 6, 9 am to 1 pm, 2015
PARKhive will be participating in a Milkweed Planting initiative along the West Toronto Railpath, in association with the David Suzuki Foundation/Homegrown National Park Project 'Got Milkweed?' Campaign.
Meet us at 9 am below the Wallace Avenue pedestrian bridge, where it intersects the West Toronto Railpath.
This community event is in conjunction with the 100In1Day global festival of civic engagement. More information on other civic interventions can be found at 100In1Day.
April 22 to April 26, 2015
We will be at the Dufferin Amphitheatre located at the intersection of Dufferin and Queen St. West from Wednesday, April 22, to Sunday, April 26.