If you've been reading The Little Red Umbrella for a while, you might have noticed that drinking in Trinity Bellwoods Park is one of our favourite things to do in Toronto. Having a glass of wine or beer with your picnic may not be an "officially" sanctioned activity, but it's a long-standing tradition for reasonable people all over the world. It's part of what makes Bellwoods the beating heart of Queen West West. So much so that we've had friends from out of town show up already excited for a chance to visit the park.
It's being held this Thursday, July 4 at 6pm in the Trinity Bellwoods Community Centre's Assembly Hall. (Full details here.)
Hopefully, we'll see you there.
Update: The Star just published a piece saying that yes, this is about a crack down.
Photo: Sweet Thing play the Great Heart Musical Festival in Trinity Bellwoods Park (by Melanie Baresic)
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