On Saturday, September 28, 2013, Mt. Pleasant Road, between Eglinton and Davisville will be transformed into a Harvest Fair celebrating all things autumn. The Mount Pleasant Village BIA, will host the Harvest Fair from 10am to 5pm and partial proceeds will support March of Dimes Canada’s programs and services for children and adults with disabilities, in partnership with United Way Toronto.
The day will include fun for the whole family, including a petting zoo, sidewalk sale, food samples, giveaways, prizes, a butter tart throwdown and a pumpkin carving contest. Another highlight will be a celebration of the Paralympics, with athletes in attendance. Local MP Carolyn Bennett and Councilor Josh Matlow will be on hand to judge the Butter Tart Throwdown, where local resident will compete for the title of Mount Pleasant Village’s best amateur baker.
"We have ordered amazing weather and our 4th annual Harvest Fair promises to be even bigger and better this year,” says Greg Keller Chair of the Mount Pleasant Village BIA.
“We’re honoured to be able to support a great charity and help people with disabilities, while at the same time celebrating the fall with area residents,” adds Karen Smith-Fruitman, Event Chairman.
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