Inspirations for Your Jane’s Walk


Going on a Jane’s Walk this Spring, leading a walk, or planning a walk in Toronto?

Get inspired by these visualizations below of the Technology, Arrivals, Gender, and First Nations walkshops (also called workshops) held by Jane’s Walk Toronto back in 2014. The themed walkshops had speakers and brainstorms about people, resources, and organizations related to those themes.

Walker? – Get an idea of what you might see on your walk and questions that come up for people in the city.

Walk Leader/Volunteer? These visualizations will give you ideas on questions to ask, places to see, and how to plan and what to do your on walk.

While drawing the visualizations at each walkshop, I learned a lot about Toronto, how to plan awesome walk, and heard about people and organizations doing great stuff in the city.

If you’re interested in water and nature in the city, see my walk called “A Raindrop’s Journey in Rosedale Valley”!

Click on each image to see a larger version.

Arrivals and the City Jane’s Walk Walkshop led by Joanna Delos Reyes

Arrivals Walkshop 2014 held by Jane's Walk

Technology and the City Jane’s Walk Walkshop

Technology Walkshop 2014 held by Jane's Walk

Gender and the City Jane’s Walk Walkshop

Gender Walkshop 2014 held by Jane's Walk

First Nations and the City Jane’s Walk Walkshop

First Nations Walkshop 2014 held by Jane's Walk

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One thought on “Inspirations for Your Jane’s Walk

  1. Pingback: Anatomy of a Jane’s Walk in Toronto: Raindrop’s Journey in Rosedale Valley | Justin Tung

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