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Recent Releases from Forests Ontario / Ontario Wood / Gardiner Museum

Delivery of 42-Foot Ontario-grown White Spruce Tree to Toronto’s Gardiner Museum

Published Tue, 7 Nov 2017 09:23:49 EST Read More

PHOTO OPPORTUNITY/MEDIA ADVISORY: 12 Trees exhibition showcases light as a symbol of hope and unity this holiday season On Wednesday November 8, the Gardiner Museum will kick off its annual 12 Trees exhibition with the delivery of a 42-foot white spruce, donated by Forests Ontario, with support from Ontario Wood. The tree will be brought to the Gardiner on a 25-tonne truck and hoisted by crane onto the Museum’s front plaza on Queen’s Park. Fo...... Click here to read this release



Christmas tree lighting at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum

Published Wed, 11 Nov 2015 11:23:22 EST Read More

PHOTO OPPORTUNITY/MEDIA ADVISORY Beautiful spruce tree brings the ‘Joy of Creativity’ to the Gardiner Museum On Thursday, November 12th, the Gardiner Museum will mark the beginning of its annual 12 Trees exhibition with the lighting of the 40-foot, Ontario-grown Christmas tree located on the Museum’s front plaza. The tree was donated by Forests Ontario and designed by exhibition curator and well-known architect/designer Dee De...... Click here to read this release



40-foot Christmas tree arrives at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum

Published Fri, 30 Oct 2015 11:17:15 EST Read More

Traffic Alert: Queen’s Park Crescent (south of Bloor) northbound lane restrictions due to the unloading of a 40-foot Ontario-grown spruce Christmas tree at the Gardiner Museum. PHOTO OPPORTUNITY/MEDIA ADVISORY Beautiful spruce tree brings the ‘joy of creativity’ to the Gardiner Museum On Tuesday, November 3th, the Gardiner Museum will receive a 40-foot, Ontario-grown Christmas tree that will be erected on the Museum’s front plaza. There will b...... Click here to read this release