Innovation Talk | Adapting to a Changing Climate

Learn how communities and cities can become more resilient with climate change adaptation practitioners David MacLeod, Blair Feltmate and Dan Sandink.

Guided Trail Rides at Evergreen Brick Works – June 22

June is Bike Month and Evergreen Brick Works is celebrating with its first Family Bike Festival, featuring Sweet Pete’s and Bike Works.

Join us for guided bike rides, a kid’s Mountain Bike Obstacle Course, Water Balloon Rodeo, half price tune up from Sweet Pete’s, live music, bike demos and more.

Sunday, June 22
10am–4pm

Presented by Evergreen and Sweet Pete’s
Evergreen Brick Works | 550 Bayview Ave, Toronto ON, M4W 3X8

Brick by Brick: The Story of Evergreen Brick Works

Brick by Brick: The Story of Evergreen Brick Works is a one-hour documentary that chronicles the transformation of a 125-year-old former industrial site into a multimillion-dollar ecological and cultural centre, the first of its kind in the world.

Fifth Annual Picnic at the Brick Works – October 2

This celebration at Toronto’s Evergreen Brick Works will put the spotlight on local growers, ranchers, fishers and artisans, so gather your friends and family and prepare for the tastiest day of the year.

Fifth Annual Picnic at the Brick Works – October 2

This celebration at Toronto’s Evergreen Brick Works will put the spotlight on local growers, ranchers, fishers and artisans, so gather your friends and family and prepare for the tastiest day of the year.

Smart Cities of the Future

This June 23, in a special breakfast presentation at Evergreen Brick Works, futurists Ayesha and Parag Khanna, Directors of the Hybrid Reality Institute, will explore the rise of smart cities throughout the globe.

World Environment Day in Toronto

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has named Toronto the host city for World Environment Day (WED) 2011 in North America.

Kids’ World of Energy Festival: Call for volunteers

The Kids’ World of Energy Festival brings together over 4000 students, youth, volunteers and families to engage with hands-on learning about renewable energy. Taking place at the Evergreen Brick Works, this festival will feature 3 curriculum-linked days designed specially for grade 5 and 6 classes, and 2 public days open to the community.