Humber Walk and Ride 4 Real Food 2019


  • dimanche, 16 juin 2019 de 10:00 Matin à 4:00 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Budapest Park 1575 Lakeshore Boulevard, Toronto, ON M6K 3C1

Information sur les billets

Type Prix Quantité Sous-total

Thanks for Helping Rebuild Lives in Parkdale

25,00 $

Thanks for Helping Rebuild Lives in Parkdale

25,00 $
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This year, we are helping to celebrate the Humber River’s 20th

anniversary as a Canadian Heritage River!

The Parkdale Walk and Humber Ride starts and ends on the Lakeshore in Budapest

Park. just steps to the west of Palais Royale and the pedestrian bridge.

Riders start at 10:00 a.m. for their flexible length up to 35 km ride.

Walks also start at 10:00 a.m. for their neighbourhood housing walk.

Everyone meets back at Budapest Park for the delicious picnic lunch with live

PARC musicians entertainment from noon.


This family friendly event happens rain or shine!

Registration to walk or ride is $25.00 - which includes a delicious picnic lunch and live entertainment. 

Learn more about The Co-op Cred Program here

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Budapest Park
1575 Lakeshore Boulevard, Toronto, ON M6K 3C1

16 juin 2019
dimanche, 16 juin 2019 10:00 Matin (HAA)


We always need volunteers to help out leading up to and especially on the day of June  16th for the ride and walk. Please reach out to our ride email and let us know your special skills and your availability.


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Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre
1499 Queen Street West
Toronto , ON
M6R 1A3

À propos de cet organisme

The Co-op Cred Program is a neighbourhood effort to re-engage people who face barriers to employment in the neighbourhood of South Parkdale in central Toronto. Through supportive work-learn placements, participants have the opportunity to re-engage work, earn credit for work activity and exchange credit earned for the purchase of healthy food. Participants learn or recover important work skills, regain connection with their neighbours, improve their health and recharge their confidence to pursue work and learning directions outside of the program - all while reclaiming their right to healthy food.