TONIGHT: Friends of Earlscourt Park celebrating NEW Wading Pool Labyrinth… Plus David Bowie Sing-a-Long & Screening of Jim Henson’s Labyrinth!

“Tonight magic hits the park!

“Our outdoor movie night is tonight! Did you know that along with screening Jim Henson’s classic movie Labyrinth, we are also celebrating the launch of our beautiful new wading pool Labyrinth, designed by local artist HiMY SYeD!

“Before the show starts we are inviting families and friends to come out and help us adorn and extend our labyrinth out across the pathways that surround it with sidewalk chalk.

“Draw a hopscotch, doodle funny goblins, or trace your footprints across the park!

“Our goal is to embellish our labyrinth and create a unique community masterpiece of art and play!

“Pre-show festivities start around 7:30pm and will also include Bowie themed face paint and colouring pages, chalk art and much more.

“Movie starts around 9pm!

“So grab a blanket and snacks and get snuggled up under the serious moonlight for our screening of the timeless film Labyrinth!

“We can’t wait to “Chilly Down” with you! *PLEASE BRING LAWN CHAIRS AND COZY BLANKETS ”

Friends of Earlscourt Park


The Full Story: @parkppl along with The Friends of Earlscourt Park proudly present: A “Serious” Moonlight Movie Night! Get lost in night of magic twists and turns as we screen: Jim Henson’s Labyrinth FREE ADMISSION! Earlscourt Park, Saturday June 25th Pre Show Begins at 7:30pm Movie Starts at 9pm (aprx) Saturday June 25th – In Earlscourt Park near Playground As well as an evening of fun and film we are also celebrating the launch of our beautiful new wading pool Labyrinth, designed by local artist HiMY SYed! Before the show starts we are inviting families and friends to come out and help us adorn and extend our labyrinth out across the pathways that surround it with sidewalk chalk. Draw a hopscotch, doodle funny goblins, or trace your footprints across the park! Our goal is to embellish our labyrinth and create a unique community masterpiece of art and play! Pre Show Festivities start around 7:30pm and will also include Bowie Themed Face Paint and coloring pages, Ultimate Frisbee and much more! Movie starts around 9pm! So grab a blanket and snacks and get snuggled up under the serious moonlight for our screening of the timeless film Labyrinth! We can’t wait to “Chilly Down” with you! *PLEASE BRING LAWN CHAIRS AND COZY BLANKETS Event Contact: rjohnson@parkpeople.ca Sponsored by @spacingmagazine, Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Little Paper, @cityofto #torontoevents #friendsofearlscourtpark #earlscourtpark #parkto #yyzevents #corsoitalia #davenport #stclairwest #lansdowneave #labyrinth #moonlightmovies

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Our outdoor movie night is less than a week away! Did you know that along with screening Jim Henson’s classic movie Labyrinth, we are also celebrating the launch of our beautiful new wading pool Labyrinth, designed by local artist HiMY SYed! Before the show starts we are inviting families and friends to come out and help us adorn and extend our labyrinth out across the pathways that surround it with sidewalk chalk. Draw a hopscotch, doodle funny goblins, or trace your footprints across the park! Our goal is to embellish our labyrinth and create a unique community masterpiece of art and play! Pre-show festivities start around 7:30pm and will also include Bowie themed face paint and colouring pages, chalk art and much more. Movie starts around 9pm! So grab a blanket and snacks and get snuggled up under the serious moonlight for our screening of the timeless film Labyrinth! We can’t wait to “Chilly Down” with you! *PLEASE BRING LAWN CHAIRS AND COZY BLANKETS #Friendsofearlscourtpark #Earlscourtpark #ParkTo #TorontoParks #Moonlightmovienight #moviesinthepark #corsoitalia #stclairwest #davenport #lansdowne #familyevents #torontoevents #torontolife #YYZevents #the6ix #labyrinth

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Tonight magic hits the park! . Our outdoor movie night is tonight! Did you know that along with screening Jim Henson’s classic movie Labyrinth, we are also celebrating the launch of our beautiful new wading pool Labyrinth, designed by local artist HiMY SYed! Before the show starts we are inviting families and friends to come out and help us adorn and extend our labyrinth out across the pathways that surround it with sidewalk chalk. Draw a hopscotch, doodle funny goblins, or trace your footprints across the park! Our goal is to embellish our labyrinth and create a unique community masterpiece of art and play! Pre-show festivities start around 7:30pm and will also include Bowie themed face paint and colouring pages, chalk art and much more. Movie starts around 9pm! So grab a blanket and snacks and get snuggled up under the serious moonlight for our screening of the timeless film Labyrinth! We can’t wait to “Chilly Down” with you! *PLEASE BRING LAWN CHAIRS AND COZY BLANKETS #Friendsofearlscourtpark #Earlscourtpark #ParkTo #TorontoParks #Moonlightmovienight #moviesinthepark #corsoitalia #stclairwest #davenport #lansdowne #familyevents #torontoevents #torontolife #YYZevents #the6ix

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    Labyrinths are made on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples –

    Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish),

    Stó:lō and

    Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh)

    and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations.

    Labyrinths are made in traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of

    the Kwantlen,

    the Katzie,

    the Semiahmoo

    and Tsawwassen First Nations.