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Area: south of Ellesmere, east of Scarborough Golf Club Road, west of Highland Creek, north of Lawrence


Welcome to Curran Hall!
Thank you to John Barrett, a long time Curran Hall resident for joining me at the unveiling of the new “Welcome to Curran Hall Community” community sign located on the southeast corner of Orton Park Road and Ellesmere Road. I have been receiving many positive remarks on the signs. (The other one is located at the northeast corner of Orton Park Road and Lawrence Ave East!).


Botany Hill Park: Off Leash Dog Area Closed
The dog park at Botany Hill Park is closed until May 31st, in order to rehabilitate the grass surface. Notices have been posted at both entrances to the dog park as well as on the “Curran Hall Community” Facebook page.

Botany Hill Park Tree Planting
The City of Toronto Urban Forestry staff are inviting everyone to join in for a morning of planting native trees and shrubs in the Botany Hill Park!
 
Location: Botany Hill Park. (Next to the parking lot by Curran Hall Community Centre)
Date: Saturday, June 16  - Time: 10AM - 12PM

More natural environment and community programs for Spring 2019 here. 

Curran Hall Programming – Join the programming offered within your community link.  Located at 277 Orton Park Road  
A number of programs are offered for all ages at Curran Hall Community Centre from yoga, Pilates, dance for all ages, cooking classes, marital arts, visual arts, adventure camps, youth leadership programs and much more.  The centre also offers drop in programs for youth 9 -12yrs old on Saturdays from 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm. Take a look!

 



 

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