News: Riverside Walks, More Spooky Tours & Regent’s cool new pool

FUTURE SO BRIGHT: A shot of historic Bright Street in Corktown. Photo by Tyler Wilson.

Don your comfortable shoes and head east this weekend! The Riverside BIA is inviting Torontonians to “Take a Walk on the Riverside” with a series of walking tours with expert guides. The walks cover everything from dance to design—there’s even a walk for our canine companions. Reserve your spot online—space is limited.

To give your feet a break, check out the Distillery District ghost tours offered by Segway of Ontario all month long. You’ll get to take in the spooky scenes from behind the handlebars of a segway. Lessons are provided — grab tickets here.

Fieldgate Homes has posted a series of photos, updating the neighbourhood on their progress with the Corktown Mews development at River & Shuter.

The Grid’s Christopher Shulgan got a tour of the soon-to-open Regent Park Aquatics Centre, with an eye toward all the awesome amenities for kids. It’s hard to overstate just how much fun this place will be. It’s set to open any day now.

Also in Regent Park, the Daniels Spectrum premieres “The Hours That Remain” this weekend, a theatrical production written by Keith Barker.

Lastly, get into the spirit of the season and practice your bloodthirsty shamble with the Toronto Zombie Walk this Saturday, October 20, kicking off at Nathan Philips Square. All together now: braaaaaaaaains.

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