Every Nov. 1, the day after Halloween, the worldfamous Pumpkin Parade takes place at Sorauren Park. With close to 2,000 pumpkins on display in recent years, the Parade is a neighbourhood and even
Davenport Neighbourhood Association will host the annual Pumpkin Parade. Drop off and registration begins at 6pm, pumpkin judging is at 7pm (or dusk, whichever comes sooner). Line up all the jack-o-lanterns and admire them one last time before the Great Pumpkin Toss (into the compost bins – thanks, PFR!) around 8pm. Take your carved jack-o-lantern to the annual Trinity Bellwoods Park Pumpkin Parade, November 1, and witness Toronto’s pumpkins shine brightly for one last night in parks across the city! WHEN: Friday, November 1, 2019 (5:00 pm – 10:15 pm) In one Toronto community the answer for the last eight years has been to hold a "Pumpkin Parade" on November 1st. People bring their works of pumpkin art to Sorauren Park in the city's west end A Toronto tradition since the first pumpkin parade was organized in Sorauren Park in 2004, the parades are now hosted in parks across the city from Terraview Park in Scarborough to Centennial Park in Etobicoke. The idea has spread to other cities, including Montreal and New York City. Sorauren Park Pumpkin Parade. Every November 1, the Souraren Park Pumpkin Parade happens, and it’s one of the coolest events in the city. Not only that, it’s totally free! The idea is that anyone can come, carve a pumpkin, then put it on display for the night, where every one of them are lit up along the path, giving the entire scene a The “original” pumpkin parade at Sorauren Park in Toronto began with 150 pumpkins over 10 years ago and now boasts over 2000. The parade proved so popular, the idea caught on and Pumpkin Parades now occur at over 40 parks in the GTA. Bring your pumpkins! The good news: Carve your pumpkin and join the #PumpkinParade2020 global virtual event on Nov 1! Some explanation -- the Inwood Pumpkin Pageant is one of several similar events inspired by the Sorauren Park "Pumpkin Death Parade" in Toronto. The first is the ninth edition of Pumpkin Parade at East Lynn Park, 1949 Danforth Ave. Organized by the Danforth East Community Association, participants are encouraged to bring their jack o’lanterns to line the park’s paths in a “magical glow." It’s also a good chance to show off your pumpkin-carving skills. Apparently, it's the Pumpkin Parade taking place at Sorauren Park (east of Roncesvalles Street) which started it all, ten years ago. On their website, I read that "the Sorauren event has sparked similar events across Toronto, Montr al and this year in Upper Manhattan." I attended the event this year. Pumpkin Parade – Trinity Bellwoods The Parade of all Pumpkin Parades. The Sorauren Pumpkin parade was the first of its kind and since it was so popular, other parts of the city followed.
Sorauren Pumpkin Parade For the 10th year in a row, jack-o-lanterns gather in Sorauren Park for one last glorious, glowing evening. Over 2,000 pumpkins are expected to line the park in the sunset ceremony that has inspired spin-offs across town and as far as New York City. City parks staff have agreed to collect the pumpkins for composting. We are grateful to be located within Sorauren Park which is a beautiful greenspace managed by the City of Toronto and animated by community group, Friends of Sorauren Park. Along with the Farmers’ Market, you’ll find an ice skating rink, dog walking park, community pizza oven, children’s soccer and baseball programmes and even movie nights and an annual pumpkin parade! Roncesvalles Village, Toronto, ON. 4.8K likes. Proudly representing businesses along Roncesvalles from Dundas St. W to Queen St. W. Annual events include: Roncy Rocks & the Roncesvalles Polish... The entrance to Sorauren Park is right next door! A popular gathering spot for the farmer's market, little league sports, public tennis, an official enclosed off-leash dog area, the pumpkin patch after Halloween, an outdoor skating rink plus the Wabash Centre & new Town Square. 27 Sep 2020 Find pictures, property details and a neighbourhood guide for this 6 bedroom, 4 bathroom home in Roncesvalles Village. MLS Number W4927525. 28 GEOFFREY ST is a house. Described by our agent as: A Genuine 3-Stry On Tree Lined Geoffrey. Family, Family, Family...Reno'd Top To Bot... Mimico Pumpkin Parade Amos Waites Park, 2445 Lake Shore Blvd West, Etobicoke More info. Old Town Toronto Halloween Pumpkin Parade St. James Park, King Street East and Church Street, Toronto More info. Sorauren Park Pumpkin Parade Sorauren Park, 50 Wabash Ave, Toronto More info. Trinity Bellwoods Pumpkin Parade Trinity Bellwoods Park, 790 Queen Sorauren Park is the community hub, attracting residents of all ages to the numerous markets, festivals, and celebrations held here, like the weekly Sorauren Farmer’s Market or Halloween Pumpkin Parade. This park features two mini soccer fields, two tennis courts, a baseball diamond, and an off-leash dog area. More than 500 people filled Sorauren Avenue Park Sunday night, passing by the hundreds of jack-o-lanterns that got one more night to shine. The so-called pumpkin parades happened all over Toronto
Pumpkin Parade (John Porter, 2018/2019, super 8, 7 minutes, silent) Close-up time-exposures of Halloween jack-o-lanterns glowing with candles at night in a "Pumpkin Parade". An annual event every November 1st, it was unique in the world when it was initiated at Sorauren Avenue Park in Toronto in House located at 28 Geoffrey St, Toronto, ON M6R 1P3. View sales history, tax history, home value estimates, and overhead views. Sorauren Avenue Park is a park in the Roncesvalles neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.A reclaimed brown field site, it was created after the local community objected to City of Toronto government plans to convert a former bus garage into a facility for storing City vehicles. The park opened in 1995 and now hosts several sporting fields, a farmer's market and a fieldhouse for community I gave up on a more descriptive title for this post because today was such a mixed bag of activity that it defied a title. Our main plan was to check out the Festival Internacional de Marionetas do Porto (International Puppet Festival of Porto), but we wound up seeing a puppet show only at the end of the day and spent the rest of the time walking around and visiting the A non-profit community organization dedicated to the completion and enjoyment of Sorauren Park. The Friends of Sorauren Park (formerly Wabash Building Society) is an all-volunteer, community-based non-profit organization. We are focused on completing Sorauren Avenue Park by expanding into the industrial land along Wabash Avenue that the City of Toronto purchased for the park in 2000. A Toronto tradition since the first pumpkin parade was organized in Sorauren Park in 2004, the parades are now hosted in parks across the city from Terraview Park in Scarborough to Centennial Park in Etobicoke. The idea has spread to other cities, including Montreal and New York City. Sorauren Pumpkin Parade – Wednesday, November 1st at Dusk. Posted on October 25, 2017 “Every Nov. 1, the day after Halloween, the world-famous Pumpkin Parade takes place at Sorauren Park. With close to 2,000 pumpkins on display in recent years, the Parade is a neighbourhood and even regional highlight of the season. From witches and cats Event Details. Bring your pumpkin and a tea light and let your jack o' lantern live on for one more night! Every year on the day after Halloween, almost 2,000 pumpkins line the pathway at Sorauren Park, donated by people in the Parkdale and Roncesvalles neighbourhoods and from across the city. Sorauren Park Pumpkin parade – all the neighbours in Roncesvalles & High Park south of Bloor bring their pumpkins on Nov 1 and it is a magical display. Jen Trip Advisor – I know it's been around a while, but it really does make it easy to book accommodations.