On Monday February 29th, 2016, MPP Arthur Potts celebrated the Winter Stations project in his riding of Beaches-East York.
The Winter Stations are a unique and innovative art installation project that brings the Beaches to life during the cold winter months. This is the second year of the program. Spearheaded by local councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon (Ward 32), funded by local and municpal sponsors, and led by a diverse volunteer board, the Winter Stations having been drawing visitors, art and architecture lovers, and nature enthusiasts from all across Toronto and around the Province.
The Winter Stations will bring magic to the Beach until March 20th.
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