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September 22, 2017
City of Toronto to reopen Lower Don Trail
As part of Ravine Days, a weekend-long celebration of Toronto's ravine network, Mayor John Tory, joined by Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon (Ward 32 Beaches-East York), Chair of the City's Parks and Environment Committee, Councillor Mary Fragedakis (Ward 29 Toronto-Danforth) and Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 27 Toronto Centre-Rosedale), will be on hand to reopen the Lower Don Trail at the new Pottery Road trail bridge.

Date: Saturday, September 23
Time: 9:50 a.m. – dignitaries arrive at the Pottery Road Trail Bridge by bicycle
10 a.m. – remarks
Location: Pottery Road Trail Bridge, East Side, south of Todmorden Mills. Media parking is available at Todmorden Mills parking lot.

The event will begin with a bike ride from Evergreen Brick Works to the Pottery Road Trail Bridge and will include food, games, music and activities at locations along the trail including the Cloverleaf, Riverdale Park East and Corktown Common.

More Ravine Days activities are listed at

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