A walk between two Etobicoke neighbourhood parks with artists and community leaders
Join artists, community leaders and local politicians as we explore two Etobicoke neighbourhoods. Through walking, photography and sensory activities guided by Ruth Howard (artistic director of Jumblies Theatre) we'll uncover neighbourhood stories and imagine possible futures for two Etobicoke parks. Join us on this longish walk connecting two neighbourhoods, starting in Broadacres Park and ending in Mabelle Park. . For 10 years, MABELLEarts has been collaborating with neighbours on Mabelle Avenue to creatively transform the Mabelle Park from a neglected thoroughfare into a vibrant, multi-purpose art park. Last summer, MABELLEartists and Community Leaders journeyed to a new Central Etobicoke location, Broadacres Park. for the first of a three-year residency in this West Mall public space. Mabelle and The West Mall are two neighbourhoods not far from each other, but the two communities rarely encounter each other.