Gateway to the Greenbelt returns

From June 23 to June 29, Steacie Library will once again be hosting the Gateway to the Greenbelt exhibit, courtesy of Black Creek Pioneer Village, in partnership with the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation.


Gateway to the Greenbelt exhibit

Steacie Library will be hosting Black Creek Pioneer Village‘s exhibit, “Gateway to the Greenbelt”, from March 27 to April 2.

The exhibit, entitled, “Our Living Countryside,” highlights the Greenbelt‘s significant contribution to the quality of life in Ontario.


The main goals of the exhibit are to educate the public about the Greenbelt and to promote the rural communities within the Greenbelt.

The exhibit explores the history of the Greenbelt’s countryside, its working landscape and rural communities, and its environmental significance.

The exhibit also includes educational and promotional materials about local Greenbelt farmer’s markets and products, as well as community events and outdoor activities.

This exhibit has been created by Black Creek Pioneer Village in partnership with the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation. Black Creek Pioneer Village is a living history museum owned and operated by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA).