The Big Draw Festival Toronto 2019
Saturday, September 28 - Sunday, September 29Free
Ready. Set. Draw! The world’s largest drawing festival is coming to Toronto History Museums. The free event is open to all-ages and abilities and welcomes everyone who loves to draw to make a mark on their city. Bring your own paints, pencils, and crayons or use those provided to create your own masterpiece. Get inspired by the sites’ architecture, artefacts and gardens or participate in a collaborative art project. The Big Draw Festival has attracted more than four million people worldwide to get out and draw. This year’s theme, Drawn To Life: Creativity and Wellbeing, encourages conversations around the pivotal role of creativity on one’s health and wellness. Toronto History Museums are a group of 10 museums owned and operated by the City of Toronto that bring Toronto’s history to life for residents and visitors.
September 28, 2019, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
September 29, 2019, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Fort York National Historic Site – 250 Fort York Blvd
Gibson House Museum – 5172 Yonge St (Access off West of Yonge St. on Park Home)
Mackenzie House – 82 Bond St
Market Gallery – 95 Front St E
Montgomery’s Inn – 4709 Dundas St W, Etobicoke, ON M9A 1A8, Canada
Todmorden Mills – 67 Pottery Rd
Zion Schoolhouse – 1091 Finch Ave E, North York, ON M2J 2X1, Canada
Spadina Museum – 285 Spadina Rd
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