The Homegrown National Park event was a blast! Full of entertainment, good music, great food, and of course - an awesome teeter-totter. It was nice to see everyone out and the #teetertotter was very well received by the public. The #teetertotter was in constant use the second it touched the ground in Trinity Bellwood Park. People of all ages hard a go on it and it was a pleasure to produce those moments of joy and excitement. Stay tuned for future ventures of the #teetertotter!
Installing these bad boys today. The addition of these incredible handle bars will render the #teetertotter well past the 110% mark. Check it out this Sunday Sept.29th/2013 https://www.facebook.com/HomegrownNationalPark?fref=ts - See below post for further info.
Big thank you to my father (Adam Majewski) the engineer extraordinaire for creating the base support for the handle bars. This #teetertotter is going to last 110 years!
Gained a few pounds? This #teetertotter won't judge - seats have been extended to a comfortable 14inch depth!
On Sunday, September 29th, #teetertotter is being teamed up for the David Suzuki Foundation's first-ever Homegrown Park Crawl! It will be situated amongst people enjoying delicious food and great music as they crawl —by foot, bike and canoe — between four city parks along Toronto's former Garrison Creek corridor.
Keep an eye out for the #teetertotter and join 16 homegrown food vendors, 16 local groups, incredible local musical acts and the David Suzuki Foundation's team of Neighborhood Park Rangers in celebration of the first year of the Homegrown National Park Project.
PARK CRAWL SCHEDULE: (FACEBOOK PAGE)
11:00am - Join us in Christie Pits Park to kick off the crawl
1:00pm - Crawl to Bickford Park
2:00pm - Parade to Fred Hamilton Park
3:00pm - Final parade to Trinity Bellwoods Park - Ft. #teetertotter