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York Region Splash Pads and Parks

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Posted on Jul 18, 2017

Splash Pad Richmond hill

Summer is in full swing and parents everywhere are in search for inexpensive ways to keep their children active, happy and cool.  The excitement of running through the cold water,  the anticipation of when they are going to be sprayed, or when the giant bucket will tip dumping water all over them is a wonderful feeling no child will ever forget.

“WE HAVE THE LIST!”  Summer fun close to home!

Summer fun for kids

Stouffville

Tresstown Neighbourhood Park
East of 10th line at Sunnyridge Avenue & Raxlin Street map

Byer’s Pond Way Park
Byers Pond Way & Duffin Drive, Stouffville.

Madori Neighbourhood Park
Millard Street and Winlane Drive.

Wheeler’s Neighbourhood Park
East of Niine at the corner of Hoover Park Drive & Mostar Street.

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Aurora & Newmarket

Town Park
Corner of Lamont Street and Metcaffe Street.

Ada Johnson Park
At the corner of Conover Avenue & Hartwell Way

Harvest Hills Park
Splash pad, playground and covered over picnic area. Located at the corner of Woodspring Avenue & Harvest Hills Blvd. (behind Costco

Rogers Spray Pad
Rogers Park, 170 London Road, Newmarket

Riverwalk Commons
Doug Duncan Drive, Newmarket

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Richmond Hill

Bridgeview Park
Marshall Street, south of Observatory Lane.

Crosby Park
Crosby Avenue and Newkirk Road

Dr. James Langstaff Community Park
Red Maple Road and Bantry Avenue

Grovewood Park
Large splash pad at the corner of Grovewood Street, south east of King Road and Bathurst Street.

Humber Flats EcoPark
small splash pad & playground. Located on Red Cardinal Trail at Barberry Crescent. map

Newberry Park
Bernard Avenue, west of CNR tracks

Richmond Green Sports Centre & Park
Elgin Mills Road East and Leslie Street

Russell Tilt Park
Blackforest Drive, north of Regatta Avenue.

Silver Stream Park
Wayside Avenue and Shirley Drive.

William Neal Park
Tower Hill Road southeast of Jeffereson Sideroad and Bathurst Street.

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Georgina

The ROC (Recreational Outdoor Campus)
26479 Civic Centre Rd, Keswick

Whipper Watson Park
153 Carrick Ave, Keswick

Const. Garrett Styles Park
176 Laurendale Ave, Keswick

 

Where to Celebrate Canada Day this Long Weekend

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Posted on Jun 26, 2017

Canada Day York Region

 

The Canada Day long weekend is quickly approaching and this year, the celebrations are going to be bigger and better than ever. Canada will be celebrating a big birthday this time around – the country is turning 150! – and the magnitude of the events that will be held across the country this weekend is expected to reflect that major milestone. Wondering where you can go to party in your red and white? Look no further. Here are five local Canada day events you can attend this weekend:

 

Newmarket Canada Day

 

Begin your Saturday with a pancake breakfast at Riverwalk Commons before making your way over to Fairy Lake for an afternoon of family fun and entertainment that will include rides, inflatables, food vendors, shows and musical performances. End the day by enjoying a firework display at George Richardson Park compete with live music and, of course, more food.

 

Town of East Gwillimbury Canada Day

 

The Town of East Gwillimbury will be hosting a Canada Day event of their own this July 1st. The community celebration will be held at the Sharon Temple and will feature a BBQ, games and activities, live music and much more. At night, there will be a concert and firework show at the Mount Albert Lions Community Centre. Free Viva bus shuttles departing from local landmarks will be available to help you get to and from the event.

 

Main Street Canada Day Festival

 

Newmarket’s Main Street always knows how to throw a good party – and their Canada Day festival this Saturday should be no exception. All day long, there will be a free kid’s carnival, food, live music and tons of prizes to be won.

 

Richmond Hill Canada Day

 

The Richmond Green Park always play host to great events throughout the summer, and their Canada Day celebrations will be the best of them all. There will be a “Canadiana” pavilion complete with Canada 150 exhibits showcasing Canadian history, a marketplace, art exhibit and of course, the midway, which will be filled with rides and attractions. Entertainment will include live music by Canadian singer Karl Wolf, a SuperDogs performance, and even a lumberjack show. No Canada Day at Richmond Green would be complete without fireworks! This year, the pyrotechnics will be set to a musical soundtrack. Check out their website for a complete schedule of the day’s events.

 

Aurora Canada Day Parade

 

The Town of Aurora’s annual Canada Day parade is a can’t-miss event. This year, it will feature a new route that travels south on Yonge Street from Mosley Street to Murray drive. Dress up in your craziest Canada gear and cheer on the hundreds of floats as they pass by. After the parade, you can head over to Lambert Wilson Park for an afternoon of fun and celebration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where to Watch Outdoor Movies in York Simcoe

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Posted on Jun 19, 2017

Where to Watch Outdoor Movies in York Simcoe

                                                                         

There’s nothing quite like a warm summer night north of the city. From sitting around a campfire at your cottage to barbequing in your backyard, it’s important to take advantage of the nice weather while it lasts. This summer, there is another activity you can add to your summer bucket list: attend an outdoor movie. Over the past few years, outdoor movies have become a popular summertime attraction across North America. They make for a fun (and inexpensive!) date night or family outing under the stars, and this year there are tons of places you can watch one outside of Toronto. So ditch the theatre this summer, grab your lawn chair and some blankets and catch an outdoor movie at one of these locations:

 

Barrie Film Festival Outdoor Films

 

The Barrie Film Festival is an organization that hosts year-round film programing in the Barrie area. From June to August, they will host a number of outdoor movie screenings in two different locations featuring recent box office hits.

 

Admission: Free

Movies:

Doctor Strange – June 21 (Heritage Park)

Beauty and the Beast – July 12 (Heritage Park)

The Secret Life of Pets – July 26 (Heritage Park)

Viva Las Vegas – August 9 (Heritage Park)

SING – August 23 (Centennial Beach)

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – August 30 (Heritage Park)

 

Bradford West Gwillimbury Outdoor Movies

 

Beginning in July, the town of Bradford West Gwillimbury will put on outdoor movie events on alternating Thursday evenings at 8 p.m.

 

Admission: Free

Location: BWG Library & Cultural Centre – West Lawn

Movies:

The Secret Life of Pets – July 13

Sing – July 27

A Dog’s Purpose – August 10

Moana – August 24

 

Newmarket Moonlight Movies

 

The Town of Newmarket will be hosting weekly outdoor movie events at a variety of locations throughout the month of August and into the first week of September. Don’t worry about bringing your own snacks to these ones, because there will be free popcorn available courtesy of the Newmarket Scouts!

 

Admission: Free

Locations/Dates/Times (All movie titles TBA):

Maple Leaf Public School Gymnasium (Indoor movie) – August 2 – 7 p.m.

St. John Chrysostom School – August 9 – 8:15 p.m.

Glen Cedar Public School – August 16 – 8:15 p.m.

St. Nicholas School – August 23 – 8:15 p.m.

College Manor Park – August 28 – 8:15 p.m.

Ken Sturgeon Park – August 30 – 8:15 p.m.

Lion’s Park – September 3 – 8:15 p.m.

 

Town of Richmond Hill Moonlight Movies

 

You will be able to catch an outdoor movie in Richmond Hill every Wednesday night in August this summer. The movies begin when the sun goes down, but you can arrive at the location at 7 p.m. for fun pre-movies activities.

 

Admission: Free

Movies:

Angry Birds – August 9 (Richmond Hill Public Library)

SING – August 16 (Bond Lake Arena)

Beauty and the Beast – August 23 (Richvale Athletic Field)

Guardian and the Galaxy – August 30 (Rogue Woods Community Centre)

 

 

Don’t forget to check out the outdoor movie websites for alternate dates and locations in the event of inclement weather!

 

4 Ways to Volunteer in the GTA this Spring

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Posted on Mar 23, 2017

Ways to Volunteer

 

The warmer air isn’t the only thing that can make you feel good this spring – so can giving back to your community. If you have some free afternoons or weekends coming up, why not spend some of your time volunteering for a local organization? Volunteering is often a very rewarding experience that can help to improve the lives of those living in your community. Whether you are a high school student needing to complete your volunteer hours before you graduate or just someone who wants to make a positive impact in your community, there are plenty of opportunities to volunteer with great organizations right here in the GTA:

 

Habitat for Humanity

 

For those looking for hands-on work, Habitat with Humanity provides volunteers with the opportunity to build houses in the GTA from the ground up. No experience is required, just be prepared to get your hands dirty! Their online sign-up system makes it super simple to find a day, time and build-site location that is convenient for you.

 

Ontario SPCA

 

Are you an animal lover? Spend some time walking dogs and cleaning cages at your local SPCA. These dogs and cats are often on their own for extended periods of time so a little love will go a long way. The minimum age to volunteer is 14 and full training is provided, making this a great volunteer opportunity for students. Plus, there are locations all over the Greater Toronto Area, so it will be easy to find one that’s close to you.

 

Meals on Wheels

 

If you have access to a vehicle, consider helping your local Meals on Wheels program. As a volunteer, you will be delivering meals to the elderly living in and around your neighborhood. This is a great opportunity to not only ensure that those who depend on the program receive their daily meals, but to also build meaningful and lasting relationships with the people you are helping.

 

Canadian Cancer Society – Daffodil Month

 

Every April, volunteers set up shop in grocery stores and malls across Canada to sell fresh daffodil and daffodil pins to benefit the Canadian Cancer Society. It is an annual tradition that has helped to raise millions of dollars towards helping reduce the burden of cancer on Canadians. Volunteers are still needed for this year’s upcoming Daffodil Month, so sign up now!

 

To find more volunteer opportunities in the GTA, start by visiting https://volunteer.ca

 

If you’re in the York Region area, the NewRoads Automotive Group holds several community events each year and we’re always looking for great volunteers!  See what we’re up to in the community here.

 

 

Mackenzie Health Foundation Proud Partners Classic Golf Tournament

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Posted on Jun 12, 2015

Mackenzie Health Foundation Proud Partners Classic Golf

Mackenzie Health Foundation Proud Partners Classic Golf Tournament

 

 

The NEW NewRoads (Part 1) | Subaru

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Posted on May 13, 2015

The all-new NewRoads Richmond Hill Subaru Dealership

 

If you haven’t noticed NewRoads has been going through some intense renovations to a few of it’s facilities and we are excited to announce that our Subaru location in Richmond Hill is finally finished and open for business!

 

It’s been a long time coming and we could not be happy to move in our brand new building! So come and check us out!

 

Inside the all-new NewRoads Richmond Hill Subaru

 

Follow our journey from our former home to our new state of the art facility!

 

 

 

Construction has begun on the new Richmond Hill Subaru!

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Posted on Aug 22, 2014

Richmond Hill Subaru's new dealership

Construction has begun on Richmond Hill Subaru’s brand new facility!

 

 

Construction has begun on Richmond Hill Subaru’s brand new dealership!  We’re moving right next door starting September 2nd, 2014.

 

Michael Croxon and NewRoads Richmond Hill Subaru are please to announce that the construction of our new home is underway.  In the meantime, you can find us at our temporary location, right next door!

 

Our Sales hours will remain the same:
Monday – Thursday:  9am to 9pm
Friday & Saturday: 9am to 6pm

 

Our Parts and Service hours have been extended for your convenience:
Monday to Thursday: 7:30am to 11pm
Friday: 7:30am to 5:30pm
Saturday: 8am to 3pm

 

Our modern, state of the art facility will welcome you in 2015!  Thank you for your patience while we build.

 

 

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