- collection of large foam blocks that encourages unstructured play
- playground apparatus
- gift from Foresters to the City of Toronto
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
February 17, 2012
Foresters and the City of Toronto put more fun into the Flemingdon Community Centre
City of Toronto representatives and Foresters President and CEO George Mohacsi will be joined by community leaders and children from the community for the presentation of an Imagination Playground in a Box – a collection of large foam blocks that encourages unstructured play. The playground apparatus is a gift from Foresters to the City of Toronto.
Date: Wednesday, February 22
Time: 11 a.m.
Location: Flemingdon Park Community Centre, 150 Grenoble Dr. (Don Mills Road and St. Denis Drive)
Media note: Please bring dry, clean shoes with you. Wet footwear will not be permitted in the community centre’s indoor play area. Wet floors are a hazard for children.
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