"If you had wings, you'd be home by now."
What is the one place where you can experience architectural elegance, unparallelled amenities, the finest craftsmanship, stunning waterfront vistas, and an enviable location right in the heart of the city?
Pigeon Condo is developing luxury housing for pigeons at the desirable intersection of Yonge Street and the Lakeshore Boulevard, in the heart of Toronto's revitalized waterfront.
All events take place at the traffic triangle at the North East corner of Yonge st. and Lakeshore Blvd.
Fri. May 26, 5-6pm Opening ceremonies. We'll be at the pigeon condo site greeting people before the opening of the Humanitas Festival at 6pm.
Sat. May 27, 2-4pm Discussions, pigeon feeding, model viewing
Sun. May 28, 2-4pm Pigeon feeding, snacks, kite flying, model viewing
Sat. June 3, 2-4pm Guest speaker Tej Ajji will speak about gentrification near government-subsidized housing in Toronto's suburbs, pigeon feeding, model viewing
Sun. June 4, 2-4pm Pigeon feeding, snacks, kite flying, model viewing
Sat. June 10, 2-4pm Guest speaker Zavisha will talk about the Roma people and how they are represented as the pigeons of the world, also there will be pigeon feeding and model viewing
Sun. June 11, 2-4pm Guest speaker John van Nostrand, also pigeon feeding, snacks, kite flying, model viewing
Sat. June 17, 2-4pm Guest speaker Reena Katz will lead a sound walk and a discussion of gentrification and development, Also there will be pigeon feeding and model viewing
Sun. June 18, 2-3:30pm Guest speaker Ute Lehrer will challenge the condo boom -- its sales strategies and its impact on urban life in Toronto -- as a form of 'reversed suburbanization'.
Sun. June 18, 3:30-5pm Guest speaker Nahed Mansour will examine the interplay between indigenous and diasporic communities in today's Canada, and lead a group art activity.
Also there will be pigeon feeding and model viewing
Sat. June 24, 2-3:30pm Guest speaker Sally McKay will talk about urban wildlife, pigeon feeding, model viewing
Sat. June 24, 3:30-5pm Guest speakers Kolin Davidson of Homeless Nation and Ontario Coalition Against Poverty and Chris Gardiner will discuss the struggle against the City of Toronto's practice of clearing poor and homeless people from the public's eyes. Chris lives under the Gardiner Expressway and the city is currently trying to evict him.