47th Annual Cabbagetown Forsythia Festival

The Forsythia Festival

The Forsythia Festival

Think Spring!  Sunday, May 6th, 2018 Dress Code: YELLOW. Parade 10-11am (Gather at the corner of Sumach and Winchester), Festival 11-3pm – Wellesley Park

 
We kick things off with a parade around the neighborhood led by the amazing Heavy Weight Brass Band. Arriving at Wellesley Park, participants are welcome to take part in a variety of activities such as arts and crafts, face painting, dangling doughnuts, bouncy castle donated by Pizza Pizza, photobooth, piñata, old school games and so much more!

 

Adults are welcome to enjoy a beverage at the beer garden (wine serve as well) hosted by Stout Pub and grab a burger or pulled pork sandwich grilled by Mark the Butcher from Steak and Chops. This is an entirely volunteer led event and 100% of donation received go directly to running the Festival. If you are interested in volunteering or donating in kind, please contact Shawna or Carolyn at: www.cabbagetowner.com. In the meantime…Think Spring!

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