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January 2019

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Après Skate Saturdays, presented by Kahlúa (January 26)

January 26 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Après Skate Saturdays, presented by Kahlúa, invites skaters 19+ to kozy up with Kahlúa and enjoy complimentary samples with coffee or hot chocolate (5-9pm).

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Free Skate Thursdays (January 31)

January 31 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Winter 2018/2019

Free Skate Thursdays features free skate rentals from 5-9pm every Thursday, courtesy of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

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February 2019

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Après Skate Saturdays, presented by Kahlúa (February 2)

February 2 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Après Skate Saturdays, presented by Kahlúa, invites skaters 19+ to kozy up with Kahlúa and enjoy complimentary samples with coffee or hot chocolate (5-9pm).

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Free Skate Thursdays (February 7)

February 7 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Winter 2018/2019

Free Skate Thursdays features free skate rentals from 5-9pm every Thursday, courtesy of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

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Après Skate Saturdays, presented by Kahlúa (February 9)

February 9 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Après Skate Saturdays, presented by Kahlúa, invites skaters 19+ to kozy up with Kahlúa and enjoy complimentary samples with coffee or hot chocolate (5-9pm).

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Free Skate Thursdays (February 14)

February 14 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Winter 2018/2019

Free Skate Thursdays features free skate rentals from 5-9pm every Thursday, courtesy of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

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PA Day Extended Hours

February 15 @ 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Winter 2018/2019

The Bentway offers extended Skate Trail hours on TDSB PA Days. On January 18 and February 15, The Bentway Skate Trail will be open from 12pm-10pm.

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Après Skate Saturdays, presented by Kahlúa (February 16)

February 16 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Après Skate Saturdays, presented by Kahlúa, invites skaters 19+ to kozy up with Kahlúa and enjoy complimentary samples with coffee or hot chocolate (5-9pm).

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Family Day Extended Hours

February 18 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Family Day, Fort York, Winter 2018/2019

Join The Bentway on Family Day for special extended hours, 12pm-9pm.

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May 2019

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Monuments Summit

May 11 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Monuments Summit on May 11 launches the New Monuments for New Cities - the first ever High Line Joint Public Art Initiatve - exhibition at The Bentway. The Summit is a day-long public event that will introduce the public to the New Monuments exhibition, the contributing artists from several participating cities, and the issues the exhibition raises.

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New Monuments for New Cities Public Art Tour with Quentin VerCetty – May 14

May 14 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

An ongoing series of onsite tours exploring selected works in the public art exhibition, New Monuments for New Cities. Tours will be held Tuesdays (6-7pm) from May 14-August 20.
Each tour will be led by a different Torontonian – artists, designers, planners, community members and active urbanists – who will reflect on the artworks, The Bentway’s layered histories and potential futures, as well as the city itself.

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Joint Bentway and Fort York Public Open House

May 16 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

OPEN HOUSE The Bentway and Fort York National Historic Site May 16 6-8pm Fort York Visitor Centre RSVP >> Join us for presentations about upcoming events this summer, updates on development, and answers to questions from the community. Hosted by The Bentway and Fort York National Historic Site.

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Artist Talk: Nadine Stijns

May 18 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Artist Nadine Stijns will speak about her site-specific public installation for CONTACT 2019 at The Bentway. A Nation Outside a Nation (2012–14) draws attention to overseas Filipino workers and the evolution of their communities and cultural practices abroad.

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New Monuments for New Cities Public Art Tour with Rebecca Carbin – May 21

May 21 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

An ongoing series of onsite tours exploring selected works in the public art exhibition, New Monuments for New Cities. Tours will be held Tuesdays (6-7pm) from May 14-August 20.
Each tour will be led by a different Torontonian – artists, designers, planners, community members and active urbanists – who will reflect on the artworks, The Bentway’s layered histories and potential futures, as well as the city itself.

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Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf at The Bentway

May 25 @ 12:30 pm - May 26 @ 5:00 pm

Doors Open weekend will include a panel discussion bringing together established Toronto city-builders in conversation with up-and-coming diverse and millennial voices to explore how Toronto has evolved into a new version of itself through critical projects that embody how “we shape our cities and our cities shape us”. Included in this panel is Ken Greenberg, who will read from his new book "Toronto Reborn: Design Successes and Challenges", where he describes the process of change through a number of noteworthy “works-in-progress”, such as Regent Park, The Bentway, Wellington Place, Project Sidewalk, and more.

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New Monuments for New Cities Public Art Tour with Coco Guzman- May 28

May 28 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

An ongoing series of onsite tours exploring selected works in the public art exhibition, New Monuments for New Cities. Tours will be held Tuesdays (6-7pm) from May 14-August 20.
Each tour will be led by a different Torontonian – artists, designers, planners, community members and active urbanists – who will reflect on the artworks, The Bentway’s layered histories and potential futures, as well as the city itself.

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June 2019

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Dérives by Noémie Lafrance – June 07, 6pm

June 7 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

This new work by Noémie Lafrance created specifically for The Bentway site explores how our navigation of architecture and urban infrastructures is “choreographed” and investigates the political, social and cultural influences those choreographies impart on the human body and the social body. It is a site-specific work of “instructional choreography” created from a number of scripted instructions to be enacted by a group of 60 performers and the public across the full length of The Bentway site.

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Dérives by Noémie Lafrance – June 07, 7:30pm

June 7 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

This new work by Noémie Lafrance created specifically for The Bentway site explores how our navigation of architecture and urban infrastructures is “choreographed” and investigates the political, social and cultural influences those choreographies impart on the human body and the social body. It is a site-specific work of “instructional choreography” created from a number of scripted instructions to be enacted by a group of 60 performers and the public across the full length of The Bentway site.

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Dérives by Noémie Lafrance – June 08, 6pm

June 8 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

This new work by Noémie Lafrance created specifically for The Bentway site explores how our navigation of architecture and urban infrastructures is “choreographed” and investigates the political, social and cultural influences those choreographies impart on the human body and the social body. It is a site-specific work of “instructional choreography” created from a number of scripted instructions to be enacted by a group of 60 performers and the public across the full length of The Bentway site.

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Dérives by Noémie Lafrance – June 08, 7:30pm

June 8 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

This new work by Noémie Lafrance created specifically for The Bentway site explores how our navigation of architecture and urban infrastructures is “choreographed” and investigates the political, social and cultural influences those choreographies impart on the human body and the social body. It is a site-specific work of “instructional choreography” created from a number of scripted instructions to be enacted by a group of 60 performers and the public across the full length of The Bentway site.

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Sound Gathering Workshop with The Bentway’s Artists in Residence

June 9 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

RSVP >> On June 9 at 1pm, join The Bentway's Artists in Residence - Mitchell Akiyama and Brady Peters - for a Sound Gathering Workshop. Participants will learn about sound recording in the field, the role that architecture and infrastructure have on acoustics, and will be asked to consider how sound affects their lives and what they might want to do to change or maintain aspects of their sonic environment. Afterwards, participants will be guided through a group recording exercise…

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New Monuments for New Cities Public Art Tour with Kaitlin Wainwright – June 11

June 11 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

An ongoing series of onsite tours exploring selected works in the public art exhibition, New Monuments for New Cities. Tours will be held Tuesdays (6-7pm) from May 14-August 20.
Each tour will be led by a different Torontonian – artists, designers, planners, community members and active urbanists – who will reflect on the artworks, The Bentway’s layered histories and potential futures, as well as the city itself.

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Theory X with Monument Lab

June 16 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

As a part of the New Monuments for New Cities initiative with the High Line Network, High Line research residents and Monument Lab co-founders Ken Lum and Paul Farber will bring together a group of speakers to respond to the question: What is your theory of Toronto?

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Yoga with Tribe Fitness – June 16

June 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Tribe Fitness, Yoga

Join The Bentway and Tribe fitness for weekly yoga classes.
Classes occur every Sunday from 7-8pm, from June 16 to August 25. Please bring your own mat.

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Tai Chi with Eti Greenberg – June 17

June 17 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Eti Greenberg, Tai Chi

Tai Chi at The Bentway occurs every Monday (5:30pm) and Thursday (11:00am) from June 13-August 19.
Not only is Tai Chi fun and relaxing (and easy to get into) but it can be effective therapy for a wide range of health problems (back pain, arthritis, poor circulation etc.). It can improve balance and energy level. Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise for health. It consists of slow and graceful movements that relax and strengthen both body and mind. It is an art form based on the philosophy of returning to a natural state of health and well being.

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