A hidden gem in the heart of Toronto’s ravines where nature and community come together. Open daily and all year round, the Brick Works is a place where the world can experience sustainable practices that enable thriving cities of the future.
The ultimate farmers market (Toronto’s largest), with the widest offering of local and seasonal food you’ll find in the city.
Every Saturday & select Sundays from 10am – 1pm
Free outdoor play programming in the Children’s Garden.
December 10 and 17 from 11am – 5pm
The Winter Market is the place in Toronto to experience joy and connection this season.
Registration is open!
Experience the changing seasons as we explore the winter forest and ravines in Toronto’s Lower Don Valley.
Registration is open!
Come down to Evergreen Brick Works on your PA Day to experience fun, creative and seasonal camp activities and explore urban wilderness in the heart of the Lower Don Valley.
Get those skates on and glide onto the most magical outdoor ice skating rink in Toronto. Lessons are available for everyone ages 2+ and will begin in January 2024! Free Public Skating begins this December, weather permitting.
120,754 people enjoyed healthy local food and vibrant cultural celebrations at the Brick Works through our Markets and Day of the Dead.
Over 16,100 families enjoy access to active, outdoor play and learning through the Visiting School Program, Evergreen Brick Works’ Children’s Garden, skateboarding and camps.
1,200 people of all ages got out on the ice through our public skate program.
Immerse yourself in a place that’s unlike any other in the city. We’re calling all farmers market foodies, kids, art fans, nature lovers, and well, everyone! Experience the magic of Evergreen Brick Works. You won’t believe you are in Toronto.
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By visiting and supporting Evergreen Brick Works you are helping shape cities across Canada for the better? This 130-year-old abandoned brick factory hidden in the ravines at the heart of our city was transformed by Evergreen, a national not-for-profit, in 2010. As Canada’s first large scale community environmental centre, our public markets act as incubators for small businesses, pilot programs in the Children’s Garden are our testing ground for loose parts and risk in play and the redevelopment of the historic kiln building brings us closer to becoming a carbon-neutral campus. Successful ideas are then scaled and implemented across Canada through Evergreen’s projects to transform cities for the health of people and our planet