Local community members, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the City of Toronto have been working hard to revitalize Toronto’s historic Grange Park, which is nestled behind the AGO on Dundas Street, between Beverley and McCaul, and all are welcome to attend a public park party this Saturday to officially celebrate the transformation.

From new custom playground equipment to water features, freshly planted trees and a relocated Henry Moore Sculpture, this downtown park will once again be a lively green spot, becoming part of the art that surrounds it. 

An official ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at 1:30pm. Other organized activities include art-making, face-painting, performances, dog portraits, and more!

Fun for all in a beloved Toronto location. Find more on the history of Grange Park here.