Little Ones running around Chalk Labyrinth — Pedestrian Sunday Kensington Market

This was Second Last Pedestrian Sunday of the year and the last one before Election Day.

A few steps north of this labyrinth I’m busy campaigning with my Mayoral Candidate Speed Dating station.

A few steps south, and you can may spot the faded painted remnants of last summer’s Pinwheel Labyrinth.

Between campaigning and various Election responsibilities, there has hardly been any time to paint labyrinths this year.

Today though, I balanced the two with an afternoon campaign stop in Kensington Market and my taking a few moments to chalk out a labyrinth.

There seemed to be an above average number of Grandparents with their Grandchildren enjoying walking and running around the labyrinth.

It freed up their parents enough to be able to chat with meet me, learn about my Vision 2020 Toronto, and know they have a viable choice on the ballot when it comes to Mayor.

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