For over 30 years, Applegrove has worked with local residents in the Queen-Greenwood area of Toronto. Services cover the age range with programs for infants, children, teens, adults and seniors.
What's New at Applegrove
Applicious Annual Fall FestivalSadly, Applicious will not happen in 2015. Applegrove’s Board made this decision for a number of reasons, one of which was learning very recently that inflatables (bouncies) would not be allowed in the park.
We are planning a number of other events for 2015 and 2016. Mark your calendars now for PastaFest on the evening of Saturday, November 7, and stay tuned for more info!
Throughout the summer, the TDSB will fix a leak near the Woodfield Door. This means construction at the Woodfield Door. They have started by protecting the trees.
You will still be able to come to Applegrove through the Woodfield entrance. But soon, the door will move from its current location to the east side, between the shed and the big tree. We will post construction updates on Facebook as we get more info.
If you are coming by car, we suggest that you park in the North parking lot (the first one you come to on Woodfield). The south lot (by S.H. Armstrong) will mostly be open during construction, but it will occasionally be blocked AND the entrance to it will be narrower ... PLUS it will be harder to see oncoming traffic.
So do yourself a favour and park in the North lot.
If you have questions, please call Susan Fletcher at 416-461-8143.
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