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"Let's Touch Some Grass" Picnic

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Toronto JavaScript

Jun

15

In-Person

Address available to attendees

We missed you this time around!

Hey Everyone, let's go for a chill picnic social to enjoy the nice weather and touch grass!

Jokes aside, it is a good moment to enjoy the weather with nice people!

Alt text for banner: Over a teal background, on the left reads: "Let's touch some grass" Picnic, the date Saturday, June 15th @ 2 PM, and the location: Oriole Park. On the other right a pixel art graphic of a robotic hand touching a patch of grass, over blue, red, orange and yellow diagonal stripes.

Drinks and Food

Feel free to bring refreshments and snacks to share. We are having a picnic!

Meeting Place

We will meet at 2 PM at Oriole Park near the tennis courts.

Venue and Activities Information

  • The park is located at a 2 minute walk from Davisville station.

  • There are toilets in the park.

  • There is a table tennis table and lots of open area, so feel free to bring rackets and balls to play.

  • We'll also have Alice in Wonderland themed croquet set!

  • There's frequently an ice cream van parked near the park.

  • Water fountains are available.

Transportation

  • TTC: 1.5 blocks from Davisville station. Davisville is wheelchair accessible.

  • Walking and Cycling: On a bike and walking path. Bike Share Toronto docking station at park edge on Frobisher Avenue near Lascelles

  • Driving: Some free parking in the residential streets nearby. Please check parking restrictions.

Accessibility

  • Davisville Station is wheelchair accessible.

  • Paths in park are paved with tarmac.

  • Wheeltrans: drop off at Davisville or ask for Frobisher Avenue at Lascelles blvd.

  • We are double checking the accessibility of the toilet blocks and will post an update.

  • Service dogs are always welcome.

The TorontoJS Code of Conduct applies. Be nice! Read the code of conduct online.

In addition, under no circumstances should anyone ever touch a mobility aid (e.g. mobility cane, crutches, or wheelchair) or distract a service dog! Treat mobility aids as extensions of a person - even when the person isn't currently using their mobility aid. If you need a mobility aid moved, ask the person it belongs to.

"Let's Touch Some Grass" Picnic

Primary Photo for Toronto JavaScript

Toronto JavaScript

Jun

15

In-Person

Address available to attendees

Hey Everyone, let's go for a chill picnic social to enjoy the nice weather and touch grass!

Jokes aside, it is a good moment to enjoy the weather with nice people!

Alt text for banner: Over a teal background, on the left reads: "Let's touch some grass" Picnic, the date Saturday, June 15th @ 2 PM, and the location: Oriole Park. On the other right a pixel art graphic of a robotic hand touching a patch of grass, over blue, red, orange and yellow diagonal stripes.

Drinks and Food

Feel free to bring refreshments and snacks to share. We are having a picnic!

Meeting Place

We will meet at 2 PM at Oriole Park near the tennis courts.

Venue and Activities Information

  • The park is located at a 2 minute walk from Davisville station.

  • There are toilets in the park.

  • There is a table tennis table and lots of open area, so feel free to bring rackets and balls to play.

  • We'll also have Alice in Wonderland themed croquet set!

  • There's frequently an ice cream van parked near the park.

  • Water fountains are available.

Transportation

  • TTC: 1.5 blocks from Davisville station. Davisville is wheelchair accessible.

  • Walking and Cycling: On a bike and walking path. Bike Share Toronto docking station at park edge on Frobisher Avenue near Lascelles

  • Driving: Some free parking in the residential streets nearby. Please check parking restrictions.

Accessibility

  • Davisville Station is wheelchair accessible.

  • Paths in park are paved with tarmac.

  • Wheeltrans: drop off at Davisville or ask for Frobisher Avenue at Lascelles blvd.

  • We are double checking the accessibility of the toilet blocks and will post an update.

  • Service dogs are always welcome.

The TorontoJS Code of Conduct applies. Be nice! Read the code of conduct online.

In addition, under no circumstances should anyone ever touch a mobility aid (e.g. mobility cane, crutches, or wheelchair) or distract a service dog! Treat mobility aids as extensions of a person - even when the person isn't currently using their mobility aid. If you need a mobility aid moved, ask the person it belongs to.

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