You're Invited: Official Opening of the Sarah and Morris Feldman Sensory Garden and Accessible Water Playground, June 12

You're Invited: Official Opening of the Sarah and Morris Feldman Sensory Garden and Accessible Water Playground, June 12

As a generous donation from Ms. Goldie Feldman in honour of her late parents, Morris and Sarah Feldman, the Sarah and Morris Feldman Sensory Garden and Accessible Water Playground at Earl Bales Park will officially open tomorrow with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Earl Bales Park, 4169 Bathurst St.

This new Sensory Garden and Accessible Water Playground is for children and adults of all physical and cognitive skills and abilities.

So bring your swimsuit and enjoy the Sarah and Morris Feldman Sensory Garden and Accessible Water Playground.

For more information contact:
Mari Caravaggio
Business Development Officer
Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation,
Partnership Development
416-338-5059
mcarava@toronto.ca

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Media Advisory

June 10, 2011

City to open accessible water play and sensory garden at Earl Bales Park

Councillor James Pasternak (Ward 10 York Centre) and City of Toronto staff, with special guest David Green, will join members of the community for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the Sarah and Morris Feldman Sensory Garden and Accessible Water Playground at Earl Bales Park.

Date: Sunday, June 12
Time: 1 to 4 p.m., remarks at 2 p.m.
Location: Earl Bales Park, 4169 Bathurst St.

The new play facility is for children and adults of all physical and cognitive skills and abilities, made possible by a generous donation from Ms. Goldie Feldman in honour of her late parents, Morris and Sarah Feldman. David Green, son of Ms. Feldman, will speak at the ceremony.

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