The CityTrees Project Scavenger Hunt

Looking for some FREE last minute March Break fun this weekend? Embark on a journey to make Toronto greener!




Looking for some FREE last minute March Break fun this weekend? Embark on a journey to make Toronto greener, one person at a time - and YOU can help!

Take the kids out this weekend and check out the Every Tree Counts treasure hunt! Track down 1 of 10 historical and unique trees located around Toronto using the Green Living Show interactive map. Help spread the word on our plentiful urban forest by snapping a photo and posting it using #MyGreenTO.

How It Works:

1. Choose a heritage tree from the map that you would like to travel to on your scavenger hunt.
2. Make sure to note the location of the tree, and what the tree looks like (you can zoom in on the satellite view of the map to see what the tree looks like).
3. Once you have reached your destination, snap a fun photo or video in front of the tree
4. Post that photo or video to Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #MyGreenTO.
5. BONUS! If you show this photo at the ticket booth at the Green Living Show you will receive half price admission.

Best of luck on your tree scavenger hunt adventures!

Edit ModuleShow Tags

You Might Also Like

Monster Jam Races Into Hamilton - The Only Ontario Stop

Get ready Monster Jam fans! The most action-packed motorsports experience for families in the world has announced the 2020 lineup for four Hamilton shows. Event postponed.

2020 Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival

What’s more Canadian than maple syrup? Celebrate Spring in true Canadian fashion at the annual Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival.

Get Ready to Rumble at Toronto Comicon

Toronto Comicon, presented by FAN EXPO Canada, returns to close out the March break with an out-of-this-world guest lineup featuring aliens, witches, wrestlers and Time Lords.