Celebrate Canada’s 150th with a Giant Rubber Ducky!

Despite bad puns (what a cluster duck!), ruffled feathers and quizzical comments, the touring Giant Rubber Duck will be visiting Toronto to celebrate Canada’s country’s 150th birthday this year at HTO Park.

The six-storey-tall, 13,600-kilogram yellow Instagrammable duck is being brought to Toronto by the Redpath Waterfront Festival.

Whether you’re for or against this massive floating bath toy, you may still want to catch a glimpse of it because, let’s face it the kids will love it! The “World’s Largest Rubber Duck,” makes its first visit to Canada to join in the Canada 150 celebrations From July 1-3.

Luckily there’s a whole lot more to do than snap selfies with the this fine unfeathered friend at the fest.

Other fun things to do at the RedPath Waterfront Festival! 

  • Check out The Royal Canadian Navy’s 440-ft naval frigate at Sherbourne Common – free to explore all weekend long.
  • Hear the story of Canada told through interactive multicultural dance and musical performances by Rhythm of the Nation, a Canada 150 Fund initiative.
  • Catch the action the West Coast Lumberjack Show. Featuring log-rolling, tree climbing, chainsaw cutting, axe throwing and more, three shows a day.

  • Shop til’ you drop at the Waterfront Artisan Market in HTO Park, with over 75 artisans, crafters, bakers & makers selling unique items.

The Redpath Waterfront Festival
July 1-3, 2017
HTO Park, Toronto
www.towaterfrontfest.com

Harriet Fancott

COMMUNITY MANAGER AT CRISPMEDIA. SHE'S AN URBAN MOM TO A CUTE (BUT WILD) LITTLE BOY WHO LOVES TO RUN, JUMP, PLAY AND EAT. THEY CAN BE FOUND IN CAFES, ICE CREAM SHOPS, AND FUNKY NEW RESTAURANTS AROUND TOWN ... WHEN THEY AREN'T AT THE BEACH, IN THE WOODS OR AT THE BALL DIAMOND!

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