JRA COMMUNITY FUN DAY 2023
SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 12-4PM
Join the Junction Residents Association for an afternoon of summer fun.
The JRA Community Fun Day is a free summer event hosted by the JRA and open to everyone in the neighbourhood.
The event takes place on Sunday, June 25 (12-4pm) in Malta Park (3179 Dundas Street W) and features; BBQ, children's activities, face painting and live entertainment (musicians and other performers).
TWINKLES THE CLOWN
CHILDREN'S BUBBLE SHOW
Hello! Howdy! Hi!
I’m Twinkles the Clown and I’d love to help you have the Best Party Ever!
Looking for a fun and fabulous family entertainer for a birthday, school fair or community event? I’m your gal!
I’ve been a birthday party clown for over 20 years, and I love to play, be silly and laugh with kids of all ages… 2 to 82!
Grey Swans is the dreamy indie-folk side project of Toronto musicians Katey Morley, Steve York and Talia Schlanger. Starting as a leisurely pursuit during the darkest months of the pandemic, the trio creates magic on stage, with their lush harmonies and their thoughtfully curated selection of covers and originals.
Introducing “JUST SAX” ! We are a west Toronto community saxophone quartet playing a variety of Jazz, Folk, Pop and Classical repertoire. Featuring four local west end musicians on Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Soprano Sax; we are delighted to entertain you for your social gatherings!
The Monkey Bunch is now The Mamas and The Papa but who are they?
The Monkey Bunch are Shoshana Sperling, Graham Powell and Lisa Brooke. Sperling is a writer/cartoon actor/performer who has conceived of, co-wrote and performed two CD’s for children with her band The Monkey Bunch entitled “Sho, Mo and the Monkey Bunch” and “Power to the Little People” which was nominated for a Juno. She’s also the proud Mama of a 16 year old. Powell is musician/songwriter/photographer/inventor who has played with the likes of Jann Arden and Christina Hutt. He’s also the proud Papa of a 4 year old.
Brooke is a director/writer/performer/teacher who teaches at Community OutWitch and 2nd City in Toronto and wrote for Baroness Von Sketch. She’s the proud Mama of a 15 year old.
Playing a variety of musical styles guaranteed to delight fans of every genre, this trio engages kids with musicality and humour, while imparting
important educational messages about the environment.
A band with a social conscience,
they inspire children (and their parents) to be active in taking
care of the planet we all share. The Monkey Bunch say: “Our goal is to use
authentic music and humour to empower kids to save the world. POWER TO THE LITTLE PEOPLE!”