City of Toronto to celebrate the reopening of Playground Paradise

Councillor Jon Burnside (Ward 26 Don Valley West), representatives of the City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation division, and local residents will celebrate the reopening of Playground Paradise in the Flemingdon Community Centre.

Date: Saturday, March 10
Time: 10:30 a.m. to noon
Location: Flemingdon Community Centre, 150 Grenoble Dr.

The ribbon-cutting will unveil the new features of the park including child-friendly, modern play areas as well as a new toddler zone and vertical play maze. Light refreshments will be served. Playground Paradise is a two-storey indoor play structure that was designed to promote active, inclusive and age-appropriate play that challenges physical, social, cognitive and decision-making skills in children up to age 12. Playground Paradise is a shoe-free facility, everyone must bring and wear socks.

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