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OBSERVATORY HILL NOW TRULY A DESTINATION IN RICHMOND HILL AND YORK REGION

110 acres (45 hectares) of the municipal park, conserved from the pre-2008 David Dunlap Observatory and Park, are now confirmed as destination green space in Richmond Hill, and will be supported by a $54 million budgetary allocation from the Town of Richmond Hill. This conserved park is adjacent to the projected 79-acre (32-hectare) Observatory Hill subdivision...

RESIDENTIAL GUIDELINES

If you're among the people dying to know what's coming to Observatory Hill, some really interesting information has just been released. Residential guidelines are finally prepared and were recently made available. What does that mean for you? Well, it means quite a lot, but specifically, the whole site now has an architectural vision, and it's very exciting. We've assembled a list of 5 standout features that we hope will get you as fired-up about this world-class project as we are...

THE MASTER PLAN FOR THE PARK HAS BEEN APPROVED AND IT IS OUT OF THIS WORLD

A community without nature and green space only adds to urban city sprawl. To truly feel like home, a community needs trees, grasses, and shrubs. That is why we’re so ecstatic that The David Dunlap Observatory Park Master Plan has been fully approved!

MARCH BREAK IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO

March Break is the perfect time to get everyone together for some good old fashioned family bonding. There’s so much to experience and do together in Richmond Hill, York Region, and Toronto that deciding can become a little daunting. Here’s a list to ease you into a week full of fun, and education. These are Observatory Hill’s top March Break events for 2016.

  1. Toronto Comicon – Held at The Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and running from March 18th-20th, this year’s Comicon is set to be among the best the city has seen. Let your kids’ imaginations run wild and free in a paradise of creativity, colour, and fun. New studies have shown that comics are a great way to get kids excited and interested in reading, and this is a great way to get that started. With over 400 exhibitors, and 15,000 square feet of space, you’ll easily fill a day with a trip to Comicon, and depending on how many comics you bring home, you might fill the night as well.
  2. Sugar Beach Sugar Shack – A free, and truly Canadian event, bring the kids to Sugar Beach in Toronto to experience an authentic Cabane à Sucre du Québec or Sugar Shack. Enjoy live music, delicious Québécois cuisine, maple taffy on snow, and much more. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about Canada’s rich French-Canadian history in a fun and flavourful way. The Sugar shack will be located at Sugar Beach (Jarvis and Queens Quay) and open March 12th-13th.
  3. March Break Teen Zone At The Richmond Hill Public Library – If your kids are a bit older, this is a great spot for them to meet new people, play some old-school board games, create unique crafts, and enjoy some great snackage. It’s free, and they can drop-in on Monday March 14th from 6-8pm.
  4. Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood Live – Did you grow up with Mr. Roger’s Neighbourhood? Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood Live is an extension of the classic and beloved children’s show, and is giving the next generation a chance to explore their imaginations through a live theatrical production, which features singing, dancing, and much more. This is a great event if you have little ones, and it’ll be fun and nostalgic for you. The show can be seen at The Richmond Hill Centre For The Performing Arts on Friday March 18th at either 3pm or 6:30 pm.
  5. Cineplex Family Favourites – The big screen is waiting for you at Silver City in Richmond Hill. On Saturdays at 11, you can catch great family-friendly movies for just $2.99 with a portion of the proceeds going to Feed The Children. It’s a fun and affordable day out; just don’t forget the popcorn!

Gone are the days of March Break madness, with all the kids inside with nothing to do. This list plus an array of other fun activities make Richmond Hill, the GTA, and Toronto the perfect places to be during the holiday. If you want to live closer to the action consider Observatory Hill. It’s got lots to offer kids and adults alike and does it all with a much needed touch of education and exploration. Have a fantastic, safe and fun March Break, and we hope to see you soon at Observatory Hill in Richmond Hill.      

MARCH BREAK IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO

March Break is the perfect time to get everyone together for some good old fashioned family bonding. There’s so much to experience and do together in Richmond Hill, York Region, and Toronto that deciding can become a little daunting. Here’s a list to ease you into a week full of fun, and education. These are Observatory Hill’s top March Break events for 2016.

  1. Toronto Comicon – Held at The Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and running from March 18th-20th, this year’s Comicon is set to be among the best the city has seen. Let your kids’ imaginations run wild and free in a paradise of creativity, colour, and fun. New studies have shown that comics are a great way to get kids excited and interested in reading, and this is a great way to get that started. With over 400 exhibitors, and 15,000 square feet of space, you’ll easily fill a day with a trip to Comicon, and depending on how many comics you bring home, you might fill the night as well.
  2. Sugar Beach Sugar Shack – A free, and truly Canadian event, bring the kids to Sugar Beach in Toronto to experience an authentic Cabane à Sucre du Québec or Sugar Shack. Enjoy live music, delicious Québécois cuisine, maple taffy on snow, and much more. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about Canada’s rich French-Canadian history in a fun and flavourful way. The Sugar shack will be located at Sugar Beach (Jarvis and Queens Quay) and open March 12th-13th.
  3. March Break Teen Zone At The Richmond Hill Public Library – If your kids are a bit older, this is a great spot for them to meet new people, play some old-school board games, create unique crafts, and enjoy some great snackage. It’s free, and they can drop-in on Monday March 14th from 6-8pm.
  4. Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood Live – Did you grow up with Mr. Roger’s Neighbourhood? Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood Live is an extension of the classic and beloved children’s show, and is giving the next generation a chance to explore their imaginations through a live theatrical production, which features singing, dancing, and much more. This is a great event if you have little ones, and it’ll be fun and nostalgic for you. The show can be seen at The Richmond Hill Centre For The Performing Arts on Friday March 18th at either 3pm or 6:30 pm.
  5. Cineplex Family Favourites – The big screen is waiting for you at Silver City in Richmond Hill. On Saturdays at 11, you can catch great family-friendly movies for just $2.99 with a portion of the proceeds going to Feed The Children. It’s a fun and affordable day out; just don’t forget the popcorn!

Gone are the days of March Break madness, with all the kids inside with nothing to do. This list plus an array of other fun activities make Richmond Hill, the GTA, and Toronto the perfect places to be during the holiday. If you want to live closer to the action consider Observatory Hill. It’s got lots to offer kids and adults alike and does it all with a much needed touch of education and exploration. Have a fantastic, safe and fun March Break, and we hope to see you soon at Observatory Hill in Richmond Hill.      

OBSERVATORY HILL NOW TRULY A DESTINATION IN RICHMOND HILL AND YORK REGION

110 acres (45 hectares) of the municipal park, conserved from the pre-2008 David Dunlap Observatory and Park, are now confirmed as destination green space in Richmond Hill, and will be supported by a $54 million budgetary allocation from the Town of Richmond Hill. This conserved park is adjacent to the projected 79-acre (32-hectare) Observatory Hill subdivision...

RESIDENTIAL GUIDELINES

If you're among the people dying to know what's coming to Observatory Hill, some really interesting information has just been released. Residential guidelines are finally prepared and were recently made available. What does that mean for you? Well, it means quite a lot, but specifically, the whole site now has an architectural vision, and it's very exciting. We've assembled a list of 5 standout features that we hope will get you as fired-up about this world-class project as we are...

THE MASTER PLAN FOR THE PARK HAS BEEN APPROVED AND IT IS OUT OF THIS WORLD

A community without nature and green space only adds to urban city sprawl. To truly feel like home, a community needs trees, grasses, and shrubs. That is why we’re so ecstatic that The David Dunlap Observatory Park Master Plan has been fully approved!

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