Join us Saturday June 18, 2016 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm for the Leslieville Tree Festival in Leslie Grove Park (corner of Queen St E and Jones Ave, Toronto). Featuring stage performances, a ceremonial tree planting and tasty local food, this free, fun-filled celebration of our urban forest includes activities for the whole family!

Performers will include Sing Along Tim, Jazz Money, a magician from Zero Gravity Circus, soloists from the Souls of Steel Orchestra and, back by popular demand, Sugar Hoops and the Hoop Jam!

We're also excited to have table exhibits from over 40 environmental groups and local vendors. Free kids activities will include face-painting by Masquerading Faces, tree crafts, grass-head making and a photo booth. LEAF's mascot Barkley will be making appearances throughout the day at the photo booth!

You'll find lots of tasty food by:

ChocoSol Traders
Rowe Farms Leslieville
Sandy Aleksander
Tango Palace
The Social Gardener 
Wood & Water Foods


Tables from local businesses will include:

Alexander Arts
Baby on the Hip
Beaches Home Grown
Caerwent HouseStories
Cry If I Want To
Daniel Jewellers
Enterprise CarShare, formerly AutoShare
Henna Planet and Hennafication
Home James
Organics Live
Stray and Linger
Sustainable TO Architecture & Building
The Flying Yogi
The VandenBerg House
Z. H. Beads


Lots of non-profits will be there with educational displays, including:

Applegrove Community Complex
City of Toronto, Partnership Development Unit
Forests Ontario
Friends of the Rouge Watershed
Green Dupatta
Leslieville Historical Society
Live Green Toronto, City of Toronto
Not Far From The Tree
Ontario Woodcarvers Assoc
Ralph Thornton Centre 
Todmorden Mills Wildflower Preserve
Toronto Field Naturalists
Toronto Public Library
Ward 30 Bikes


Thank you to our amazing event sponsor Toronto Hydro!

The Leslieville Tree Festival is organized by LEAF in collaboration with Councillor Paula Fletcher, Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the Leslieville BIA.

Special thanks to supporters Tango PalaceRalph Thornton Centre, Sawmill Sid and Canadian Tire.