Did you know there are 100+ local attractions in Riverside’s 10 blocks?! Be A Tourist, locally by getting to know local landmarks, businesses, community spaces, and public art, right here in Toronto’s Riverside.
On September 1, 2020, the Riverside BIA got together with local BIPOC artists, the STEPS Initiative, RBC, and community members to launch the ‘Humans of Riverside’ story telling series a part of the iheART Mainstreet Art Challenge. Learn more and check out the stories and the art!
‘Riverside Eats’ marked a milestone as the Riverside BIA’s first virtual event! The event did double duty of showcasing some of the incredible restaurants and chefs right here in Riverside, while raising money for an amazing local cause! Thank you to our fantastic event production team and our fabulous audience! Check out this post to learn more, see the event recording and all the fun videos!
Girls Mural Camp 2020 in Riverside wrapped up on August 28th! Coordinated by East End Arts and led by professional street artists Bareket Kezwer and Monica Wickeler.
Girls Mural Camp (GMC) is an opportunity for youth who identify as girls, young women, female or non-binary to explore the history and practice of street art, and to co-create a large street mural together. Riverside BIA was proud to support this year’s program – learn more!
In 2020, to celebrate and commemorate these first 40 years of Toronto’s Riverside Business Improvement Area, we’d like to capture and share 40 short stories of the BIA. Learn all about it and submit your story!