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Events and Workshops

Native Pollinator Gardening 101

Are you interested in learning more about pollinators? The Township of King has partnered with the Lake Simcoe South Master Gardeners to offer a series of workshops.  Come out and learn why  native plants are so important and how to attract butterflies to your garden.  Join us for a presentation to learn about native gardening and how you can help attract a variety of pollinators to your garden including bees, butterflies birds and insects.

Date: Wednesday, April 24

Time: 6:00-7:30pm

Location: Nobleton Library  

Fee: Free

Registration Code: 3688



Get outside and celebrate Earth Week! Take part in the Township wide clean-up day challenge! Do you part and help us clean up our parks, streets, ditches and neighbourhoods. Need a clean up location? Pick up your clean up supplies and join us to pick-up litter in the Tasca Park trail system .

Date: Saturday, April 27

Time: 12:00-2:00pm  

Community Clean Up Location: Tasca Park Trails, Meet at trail head at 68 Fairmont Ridge Trail, Nobleton

Age: All Ages

Fee: Free

Pick up your clean up supplies at any of the following locations listed below during Earth Week and receive a free pack of native wildflower seeds or sapling.  *Clean up supplies available for pick up during Library and Community Centre Hours.

Trisan Centre (25 Dillane Drive, Schomberg)

Schomberg Library (77 Main Street, Schomberg)

Nobleton Library (8 Sheardown Drive, Nobleton)

Ansnorveldt Library (18997 Dufferin Street, Ansnorveldt)

Municipal Office Centre (2585 King Road, King City)


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 shrubs and promote environmental awareness.

Date:  Saturday, April 27

Time: 9:30-11:30am

Location:  Schomberg Community Farm (210 Western Ave, Schomberg)

Ages: All Ages

Fee: Free

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


Community Electronic Recycling & Indoor Community Yard Sale

Date: Saturday, May 4

Time: 8:00am- 12:00pm

Location: Trisan Centre

Ages: All Ages

Fee: Free

For more information contact or call 905-833-6555


Youth Week Community Tree Planting

Get outside and celebrate Youth Week! Help us plant trees and shrubs in the Tasca Park Trail System. This event is family friendly and high school students will receive volunteer hours for participation.

Date: Saturday, May 4, 2019  

Time: 12:00-2:00pm

Location: Tasca Park Trails, meet at 130 Goodfellow Cres, Nobleton

Age: All Ages

Fee: Free

Registration: or call 905-833-6557


DIY Succulent Planter Workshop

The Township of King has partnered with the Lake Simcoe South Master Gardeners to offer a series of workshops. Join us to learn tips and tricks to construct your own succulent planter. Enjoy a presentation by a Master Gardener to learn how to propagate and take care of succulents. Participants will  learn fun ways to plant and display them and create their very own succulent planter to take home. All supplies provided.

Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Time: 6:30-8:00pm

Location: Laskay Hall

Age:  All Ages

Fee:  $35.00 per person

Registration: Visit or call 905-833-6555 (Registration Code: 3699)


Introduction to Foraging Workshop

The Parks, Recreation & Culture Department has partnered with The Soulful Sprout holistic nutritionist to provide local residents with a series of workshops that will connect you with nature and enhance your learning of environmental wellness. Nature's most potent medicines, wild, fresh and invasive edibles. Join us for a wild foraging talk and learn about identification, removal and receive recipes and a small mason jar of pesto to go home with. Learn and explore how to incorporate wild food into your everyday diet.  

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Time: 7:00-8:00pm

Location: Laskay Hall

Fee: $40.00 per person

Registration: or by phone at 905-833-6555 (Registration Code: 3692) or visit


Schomberg Community Tree Planting

The Parks, Recreation & Culture Department is working in partnership with LEAF to offer a Community Tree Planting. Come out and help us plant trees and shrubs to increase the Schomberg forest canopy and learn about native trees and shrubs.  All ages welcomed for this family friendly event. Go home with your own native shrub to plant in your own backyard! Registration is recommended. High school students can receive volunteer hours for participation.

Date: Saturday, May 25, 2019

Time: 10:00am- 12:00pm

Location: 210 Western Avenue, Schomberg

Fee: Free

Registration:  Visit or call 905-833-6555

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