The Unofficial Website of Dufferin Grove Park, Toronto
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Dufferin Grove Park
Dufferin Grove Park is a public neighbourhood park located in Toronto Canada, just south of Bloor, on the east side of Dufferin.
Location and Contacts
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Local service providers
If a pipe bursts in your basement or your roof leaks, where do you turn? Find out your neighbours' favourite fixers, where your neighbours like to go out to eat, who they go to for piano lessons, and more. This list Local Service Providers is a compendium of listserv posts from four local lists
17th Really Really Free Market at Campbell Park
The first Saturday of every month
195 Campbell Avenue, near Landsdowne and Wallace
Open from 10am until 4pm. Bring your items before 3pm. Clean and usable items only.
Everything is free--really! No swapping, not trading. Bring what you don't need, take what you need.
DUFFERIN GROVE ORGANIC FARMERS' MARKET
The Weekly Market Notes for Thursday April 17th(3:00pm - 7:00pm) are on-line. Read more>>
The Farmers' Market continues all year round, every Thursday, rain, snow, or shine. At this time of year, you'll find it in the zamboni garage and rinkhouse, with a few vendors outside as well. Read more background info about the market>>
The rink pads are ready for use! We're now taking bookings for the hockey pad. Soccer bookings start first week of May.
Sadly, skate park set up has been delayed till the end of the month.
photos on the left taken from 2013, on the right is now - 2014
credit to David Ghent for sharing the photos
See more in the Sports section
Friday Night Suppers are now over for the winter. They're scheduled to resume in June, outdoors by the bake-ovens.
To see Friday night menus over the past few years, click here.
There are three small-group campfire locations, but only two are in use in any given season – centre path and rinkside in winter. The centre path fire circle is in the middle of the park. The park’s recreation staff book the cooking fire times. There is an orientation and fire safety session for first-time users, and staff are available to help start/end your fire.
You can email staff at email@example.com,
Weather permitting in season. $2.50 per pizza is the requested donation. You get a lump of dough, some tomato sauce, and cheese, and you can pick toppings from the park gardens when they’re growing there. If you plan to bring a big group (more than 12 people altogether) please call ahead to warn the staff 416-392-0913 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Garden Drop In Time: Sunday, April 20, 2 - 4 pm. Snacks Provided.
We'll be moving outside to clean up the garden beds this Easter Sunday. Our perennial beds are in need of tidying to allow the new shoots to push through after our very long and cold winter. Rachel Weston will be joining us and she'll be able to help identify the native plants and perennials in the beds around the park. The indoor seeding is mostly done and the tomatoes and herbs are sprouting nicely on the window sills of the rink house. Looking ahead, we might give some native flowers a head start if time permits and the compost bins are in dire need of revamping too.