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Events and Workshops

​​​King City Community Garden Registration Opens

Description: Are you interested in having a gardening plot to grow your vegetables but don't have room at home? Then the King City Community Garden is the place for you! Garden plots are limited.

Location: Keele Street & Norman Drive

Registration: Opens Monday, April 15. Email for a registration form or for more information.

 Fee: $ 15.00 for a 4X4 or $ 25.00 for a 4X8​​ 

Neighbourhood Network Spring Tree Planting

Do you need community volunteer hours? Come out and take part in a community tree planting activity to help plant trees and promote environmental awareness throughout the community. Planting tools will be provided.

Date: Saturday, April 29

Location: Pottageville Park Pavilion (18th Sdrd. Kettleby On L0G1J0)

Time: 9:00am- 12:30pm  

Registration: For information or to register please go to  or email

Electronics & Appliance Recycling Depot

Do you have an unsightly pile of Batteries or Electronic waste at home? Don't put it in the garbage; we have a solution for you!  Bring us your old items. Accepted items include: Audio players, cameras, computers, copiers, phones, fax machines, answering machines, pagers, printers, VCR/DVD players, video/audio recorders and much more. 

For a list of acceptable items email

Date: Saturday, May 6

Locations: Trisan Centre

Time: 9:00am-1:00pm  

Habitat- Friendly Gardens: Bees, Butterflies and Beyond Workshop

Learn how to attract and protect butterflies, nesting songbirds, and hummingbirds with beautiful landscape features. Receive a free copy of the Creating Habitat Guide.

Date: Tuesday, May 9 *The workshop date is listed incorrectly in the Spring/Summer Recreation Guide *

Time: 7:00-8:30pm

Location: Dr. William Laceby Nobleton Arena (Arena Hall)

Fee: Free

Registration: For more information and to register visit or contact 416-661-6600 ext. 5855  

Summer Hiking Series in King

Join the Parks, Recreation & Culture Department and TRCA staff on a free guided hike this summer. For find out more information or to register please contact

Astronomy Nights @ Cold Creek Conservation Area

Astronomers with or without telescopes are invited to these fun, family friendly workshops to observe and learn " What's in the sky this month": planets, galaxies, nebulas and other deep sky objects. Guest speakers will explore the different tools used to enhance your experience and provide tips, tricks and techniques to map out the sky.

Location: Cold Creek Conservation Area

Date: (Monthly) Visit for the schedule

Saturday, May 27, 7:00pm

Saturday, June 10, 8:00pm

Saturday, August 12, 7:00pm

Registration: Advance registration is not required