Need a fun day out of the house?
Need to spend time with your friends?
Want to find a new look, product or service?
Want to learn something new for you or for your business?
Participate in a Speed Networking Event to increase your business contacts and leads after the Expo!
Spend the day out…
- get advice on how to empower yourself
- see new and innovative products and services
- attend a seminar
- improve your physical and mental outlook
- explore entering the business world
- get business improvement seminars, workshops, presentations & speakers
- meet new people
- find anything from hair, clothing, makeup and skin care to marketing, web design, and other business topics
We’ve created an event where women can come see, touch, hear, get educated, and see the latest products and services specifically targeted to women.
This full day event is on Sunday, June 10, 2012, from 10 am until 5 pm at the Days Hotel, North York, 185 Yorkland Blvd. @ Hwy 401 & Hwy 404. Speed networking will go from 5:30 pm – 7 pm. FREE Parking
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Come unearth your feminine side at the Toronto Women’s Expo
Sunday, June 10, 2012!
Pre-register for $10 and receive FREE gifts. Without pre-registration, the entrance fee is $14 at the door. FREE Parking.
Directions to Downsview Park
Downsview Park is situated:
WEST of Allen Road
SOUTH of Sheppard Avenue West
EAST of Keele Street
NORTH of Wilson Avenue
Main Office – 35 Carl Hall Road
Downsview Park’s main office is on the south side of Carl Hall Road, the second building on your right (after turning off of John Drury Drive).
School groups, day camps and education programs start at the Discovery Centre. The Discovery Centre is in the same building as our main office at 35 Carl Hall Road, but it is located on the west side. Turn right immediately after the first stop sign on Carl Hall Road. Walk/drive up the parking lot that runs up the west side of the building and head for the second glass door.
Downsview Park’s main office location at 35 Carl Hall Road is wheelchair accessible via the side door on the west side of the building.
The Hangar at the Downsview Park is wheelchair accessible.
The Circuit Path in Downsview Park is wheelchair accessible.
Most concerts and events at Downsview Park are wheelchair accessible, but please check each specific event website or contact the event promoter for confirmation and full details.
Into Downsview Park
Bus route 101 runs into the Park from the Downsview Station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line, but operates on a seasonal schedule.
End of May to September (Labour Day): Buses operate 7 days a week.
September to end of May: Buses operate on weekends only.
Park entrance at Sheppard Avenue/John Drury Drive
There are a number of bus routes that run past the Park’s main entrance. Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) bus routes 84 (series), 106, and 108 (not 108A) run east and west along Sheppard Avenue and operate out of the Downsview subway station.
Park west side along Keele Street
Take the TTC bus 41 (series) north or south along Keele Street to reach the west side of Downsview Park to reach the Lake, Meadow or Orchard.
Visit the TTC website or call 416-393-4636 for more travel information or to plan your trip.
From Keele and Sheppard
At the Intersection of Keele Street and Sheppard turn east onto Sheppard Avenue. The first set of lights you encounter will be Sheppard and John Drury Drive – the main entrance to the Park. Follow John Drury Drive into the park to the three-way stop. Turn left onto Carl Hall Road. The Park’s main office is in the second building on the right.
From Allen Road
From Allen Road/Dufferin Street at Sheppard Avenue turn west onto Sheppard Avenue and proceed to John Drury Drive (the entrance to the Park) and turn left into the Park. At the three-way stop turn left onto Carl Hall Road. Downsview Park’s main offices are in the second building on the right.
WomenAide is a Toronto not-for-profit group founded in 2006. Our #1 mission is to collect goods-in-kind for women who have suffered spousal abuse.
Through ongoing community and media partnerships, WomenAide has collected, screened and processed thousands of personal care products such as shampoo, soap/body wash, toothpaste, diapers, feminine protection and food for women and children in need.
These goods have been distributed to women’s abuse shelters in Toronto such as Women’s Habitat, Ernestine’s, ETA Vaughan, Red Door Family Shelter, Yellow Brick House and Nellie’s.
For more information on WomenAide, please visit www.womenaide.com or contact Tracey Cairns, Founder at