The winter season gripped us in its long, icy, knobby ... knuckles. Spring arrived on March 20th, but Winter refused to unleash its hold. But slowly, surely, the temperature outside lifted over the freezing mark. The dingy remnants of pavement ice shrivelled away--as if from embarrassment for overstaying its welcome. Pedestrians now glide freely across the dry majestic concrete. No more slipups, tripups, or other ice-related injuries left to unnerve us on our travels.
The weather is slowly improving and warmer days will soon arrive. Plans for outdoorsy activities await! We have some fun ideas of things to do under the sun. The Society and Recreation Department indulges you to enjoy the sportier side of living. For the younger crowd, the Children's Department offers plenty of fun sporty books to boot!
If travelling through the City interests you, come to the 3rd floor at the North York Central Library. Receive your very own hiking and biking maps illustrating the finest scenic routes the City has to offer. Both maps are free for the taking.
We also offer travel guides, history books, travel/history videos, and road maps on those faraway places to see.
For those who want to leave the City and travel to a new town, province, or across the country, Canadatrails.ca recommends some biking and hiking locales as well as some lodges to hang up your boots for the night.
Enjoy the continuing surge of warmer temperatures and sunnier days ahead. Check The City of Toronto website for current and upcoming events.
Now, go outside and have fun!