Change is always in the air in Riverside and this summer is no exception! Here’s some news seen and heard around the ‘hood:
Join Switchback Cyclery on September 15th, for a guided, scenic ride through the idyllic countryside of Northumberland County. The scenery is amazing and the ride will be followed by a farm-fresh lunch at Headwaters Community Farm & Education Centre.
Downtown Automotive Group (DAG) is looking for local artists to showcase their art on the walls of their new 7-brand AutoCampus, located in the Riverside Square development. To find the perfect matches DAG is announcing an Art Contest. Read on to learn all about it!
The diversity of free, inclusive and accessible community programs available in Toronto’s vibrant Riverside neighbourhood is as eclectic as the individuals who take comfort in them. Read on to learn more about what you’ll find in Riverside (from A-Z!) and how to get involved.
M’Eat Resto Butcher (Butcher + restaurant) opened up at 806 Queen St E on July 19th, 2018. They are a boutique butcher shop that doubles as a meat-forward neighborhood restaurant. Read on to get the facts on M’Eat and ‘m’eat’ their chefs!