Play Fair

Play Fair: at the Tennis Courts at Bloor and Dufferin.

Children’s story telling, exotic animal menagerie, circus acts and aerial displays, hands on cultural exhibits and instructions, feats of daring at our trampoline display, impress your friends and walk on water with “What A Ball”, and of course bouncy castles, popcorn, face painting and much, much more fun including event, activities and projects with:

Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Arts participation project to create Places in Other Worlds. Everyone is invited to reshape a 24-foot line of clay into their own creation with the help of senior ceramic artists working side-by-side with festival goers.  This two-day family festival event encourages everyone to explore creating in clay – add, change, build something  – a tower, a bird, a design, a mud cake, a road with cars, a pinch bowl, a face… installed together on a 24 foot x 30 inch table platform this become an exhibition and its own world.

What a Ball!Walk on water with What A Ball.  Until Now… …You have only been able to play on the OUTSIDE of the ball. Join the latest craze. Our Walk On Water Balls provide a fun, safe, and unique opportunity for people of ALL ages to experience the feeling of walking on water! Now you can walk, roll, run, tumble and fall on the surface of the water without even getting wet. Great for Kids, Teens, and Adults too!

Children’s story telling with the Toronto Public Library. On stage story telling all day Saturday.

Canadian Stage. Dress up in period costume on Sunday and have your photo taken and sent to your e-mail address.

Chalk drawing all day, both days. Stephanie Ashenfelder and Amos Scully cast drawing chalks in the shape of Kent school for sidewalk drawings in the schoolyard.


Bring your friends and family to the BIG on Bloor Festival and enjoy Play Fair at the Bloor Tennis Courts.