May 1st & 2nd, 2010 City Of Toronto Theatrical Jane’s Walk in Mount Dennis.

The Mount Dennis Community hosted an Animated walk where residents told tales of the neighborhood through a play project that included local talent and song where Secret Gardens meet Urban beats.

Partnering with Everybodys Theatre Company(E.T.C.) and the Mount Dennis Community Kitchen, residents of Mount Dennis hosted this years Janes Walk to explore the neighborhood urban myths, realities and stories of living in a Priority Neighborhood.

The Mount Dennis Play Project: A Whole New Picture; explores relevant, social and urban issues, highlighting local heroes, green initiatives and the natural aspects of the neighborhood.

Walkers were guided through residential streets to the Humber river uncovering secret gardens and the idealic wildlife oasis known as Eglinton Flats.

Guests saw and heard from the diverse perspective of residents who make Mount Dennis their home, sharing their stories of ghosts from Kodak past, the turtles of Topham Pond and the heart warming beginnings of the Mount Dennis Community Kitchen – where residents shake up the perceptions of living in one of Torontos 13 priority neighborhoods

Check out some of the scenes as they were performed on May 1 – Scene 1 – The Dream – Scene 2 – The Reporter – Scene 3 – Addict & Waitress – Scene 4 – Secret Gardens & the Humber – Scene 5 – Lady Jane – Scene 6 – Turtle Guy – Scene 7 – Save the Turtles – Scene 8 – Butterfly Garden – Scene 9 – Dr Nichols – Scene 10 – Community Kitchen  
Many thanks to sponsors and supporters:  Ontario Arts Council, Everybody’s Theatre Company, The Learning Enrichment Foundation, Mount Dennis United Church, Weston Mount Dennis Network, Jane’s Walk, The Mount Dennis Community Kitchen, City of Toronto Parks & Recreation, St. Albans Boys and Girls club studio, Mount Dennis Community Association, Eglinton Flats resident park stewards.