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Author Talk | Mushrooming: The Joy of the Quiet Hunt with Diane Borsato

Presented by Toronto Botanical Garden at Toronto Botanical Garden, North York ON

Dec 01 2022
Author Talk | Mushrooming: The Joy of the Quiet Hunt with Diane Borsato

Walk along with artist/educator Diane Borsato to discover how mushrooming can radically expand our perspectives, and connect us with nature.

Walk along with artist/educator Diane Borsato to discover how mushrooming can radically expand our perspectives, and connect us with nature.

In this illustrated talk about her book, Mushrooming: The Joy of the Quiet Hunt, Diane will share insights, anecdotes and information on foraging and edibility, mushrooms in contemporary art, and how the ‘quiet hunt’ helps us to connect to nature with greater intimacy, and intelligence. This fun and magical topic will appeal to everyone from beginner

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Public $5, Free for TBG members and volunteers (plus applicable taxes and fees)
Pre-registration is recommended.

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Toronto Botanical Garden

777 Lawrence Ave E, North York, ON M3C 1P2

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Paid parking is available in the lot directly adjacent to the gardens for $2.50 per hour. Paid parking is enforced 24 hours a day. Overnight parking is not permitted. Payment may be made by credit card, coin or via mobile app: iParkMe.

Funds from paid parking go directly to the Toronto Botanical Garden, which is a registered charity. These funds will support the long-term sustainability of TBG’s mandate – horticulture, education, conservation and research – as TBG develops a world-class botanical garden for Toronto.

Free parking is offered to Toronto Botanical Garden members as a membership benefit. Regular visitors to the gardens are encouraged to become members to enjoy the benefits and support the greening of our city. Memberships start at $45 per year.

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