Our Festival weekend is action-packed, and there is no need to be bored while waiting for your walk to start.
Below you will find a list of book, podcast, and film recommendations that will help you get into the Jane’s Walk spirit, as well as some activities, made especially for Jane’s Walk Toronto 2021.
Colouring Illustration: “An Afternoon in High Park”
by Toronto illustrator Alison Garwood-Jones. Visit alisongarwoodjones.com
"When we started this lockdown, I found myself staring out my fourth-storey window. A lot. How is everybody in Toronto doing? Dog owners were still being pulled up and down sidewalks, but everyone else stopped moving … that is, until Amazon delivered the trampolines! Almost overnight my West End neighbourhood sprung to life with little heads appearing over fence tops. At one point, I saw three kids, several blocks apart, jumping in their backyards. Boing, Boing, Boing! So here we are, it’s Spring again and I’m back at my window watching the crocuses and the kids pop up. Look for them in your neighbourhood!"
NEW YORK CITY: Reading List
AMY LAVENDER HARRIS: Imagining Toronto
BOOKS & FILMS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Some great resources from our sister cities around the world:
TVO: The Life-Sized City