June Callwood Park is located central to the Fort York neighbourhood, and is flanked by Fort York Boulevard to the north, Fleet Street to the south, Gzowski Boulevard to the west and Bastion Street to the east:
This year, Toronto will construct a new park, June Callwood Park.
June Callwood Park will be designed to have ample space, park benches and trees, according to gh3, the winner of the June Callwood Park Design Competition.
Also, the June Callwood Park will blossom as a garden, thanks to Canada Blooms‘ donation of $50,000 to be given to the Garden Club of Toronto, which will play a key role in designing and planting a garden to beautify June Callwood Park.
The donation will occur today at Canada Blooms: Canada’s Largest Flower and Garden Festival, Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place, Hall A and Heritage Court, 100 Princes’ Blvd., from 2 to 3 p.m.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
March 22, 2012
Canada Blooms seeds June Callwood Park with donation to Garden Club of Toronto
Councillor Mike Layton (Ward 19 Trinity-Spadina) and City of Toronto staff will be on hand when Canada Blooms donates $50,000 to the Garden Club of Toronto.
Date: Sunday, March 25
Time: 2 to 3 p.m.
Location: Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place, Hall A and Heritage Court, 100 Princes’ Blvd.
The Garden Club of Toronto has designated the donation toward a garden for June Callwood Park, which will be constructed by the City of Toronto this year. The City of Toronto is a proud participant in the annual Canada Blooms show.
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