Sunday, November 18, 2012

Grey Cup Festival at Yonge-Dundas Square

Footballs, @ArgosCheer and an afternoon of sports events and entertainment brought out @CFL fans for the @100thGreyCup Festival in downtown #Toronto. Yonge-Dundas Square became the Nissan Family Zone with fun activities for children and parents running everyday until Saturday, November 24, 2012.
Cavalcade fireworks at City Hall
The Grey Cup will move from Nathan Phillips Square to Yonge-Dundas Square on Sunday, November 18, 2012.
The festival also help to sponsor the 2012 Cavalcade of Lights in Nathan Phillips Square. In addition to the activities at Young-Dundas the festival also has a ton of activites at City Hall. The Zip Line is setup high above the ground and the reflecting pool is now a temporary football field.
While back in the Square beside the Eaton Centre the entertainment continues.

The Moon Runners Dance Crew on the main stage
\Giant Panda mascots from the Toronto Zoo
Some of the events and attractions included a Stilt Walker, Vanier Cup Trivia, interactive games on the gridiron and music by D\J Floh Back. Sunday's edition of the festival will feature the Beagles Band, Burning Boyz and more gridiron games and will be open from 11am to 6pm.
CP 24 reporter Jackie Crandles on the scene
Upcoming daily themes are Art of the Game on Monday, November 19, Bullying Prevention Day on Tuesday and Cheer Dance Day on Wednesday. See more after the jump. Posted by James and Joe Hamilton.

This football was one the Argos train with - develops upper body strength - but it ruins a lot of fields
The Vanier Cup
DJ pumps up the jam
The Nissan Family Zone 

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