346 Lansdowne Avenue, Toronto

MacGregor Park




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MacGregor Park, then and now

MacGregor Park is located in Toronto on the west side of Lansdowne Avenue two blocks north of College Street.


Saturday, June 21, 10:am 4:00pm &

Canada Day, Tuesday July 1st, 10:am 4:00pm

Blacksmithing Demonstrations in the Park

MacGregor Park Art Club presents a series of demonstrations on the art of blacksmithing with Dave Brandow1 and Sandra Dunn2 They will be demonstrating traditional blacksmithing joinery techniques, slitting & drifting, punching & riveting as well as creating decorative forged elements. There will be two demos in the spring and two in the fall with the arbor assembled on site at the last event. The Arbour/Archway will be designed and engineered with the intention that it will be permanently installed in the park.

Information will be made available to the public about the history & process of blacksmithing, how to contact artist blacksmiths in Ontario and the types of work they are producing from architectural, sculpture, art knives, armor and decorative artworks large & small. Listings of schools and other ways of gaining skills as a blacksmith, organizations and meets in North America as well as a Bibliography of websites, videos and books.

Skateboad Design & Build Workshops for Youth

MacGregor Park Art Club joins with Ecole Secondaire Toronto Ouest to offer two afterschool workshops for youth.

*1. Skateboard Buiilding and Painting with Artist Lissa Brunet

From: April 29, to June 17
Date: Tuesday, 3:30-5:30pm
location: Toronto Ouest, 330 Lansdowne Avenue, South entrance.

*2. Designing a Skateboard Park with Gordie Wornoff

From: April 29, to June 17
Date: Tuesday, 3:30-5:30pm
location: Toronto Ouest, 330 Lansdowne Avenue, South entrance.
An exhibition and celebration of the resulting art and designs will be held in the MacGregor Park Fieldhouse Gallery on June 21st, 2014.

Free Registration Required Funded by the Toronto Arts Council

For information please contact: Kristen Fahrig, Artistic Director;MacGregor Park Art Club.

email: macgregorparkartclub@gmail.com tel: 416 576 9009

1. President; Ontario Artist Blacksmith Association 2.Owner; Two Smiths

Funded by the Ontario Arts Council


MacGregor has a nice mix of edible, native and decorative plants throughout the park. Strawberries line the front garden beds, along with a fruit tree grove along the hedges. Concrete blockers, along the NW corner were reclaimed in 2007 and carry a variety of herbs, native species and medicinal plants.

The drop-in garden club helps maintain these gardens, and is open to everyone. If you are interested and would like to be on our weekly newsletter mailout please contact macgregorparkstaff@gmail.com . Weekly we will be building garden beds, seed, weeding, pruning, watering and anything that needs doing in the gardens. Feel free to drop in during garden times, to help, share some tips, new plant and garden ideas with staff that are on hand.


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