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Eastdell Estates
4041 Locust Lane
Route: Grimsby/Beamsville
Change station Stroller access High Chairs Winery
Don Mills Library
888 Lawrence Avenue East
Route: Don Mills
Stroller access Play, Read or Sing
Pan on the Danforth
516 Danforth Avenue
Route: The Danforth
High Chairs
Birchwood Estate Wines
4679 Cherry Avenue
Route: Vineland
Winery
Spencers at the Waterfront
1340 Lakeshore Road
Route: Lakeshore Road
Change station Stroller access High Chairs
Palmerston Public Library
560 Palmerston Avenue
Route: The Annex
Change station Stroller access Nursing Areas Play, Read or Sing
High Park
1873 Bloor St. West
Route: Bloor West Village/High Park
Stroller access Splash Pad or Pool Park
Licks
654 Danforth Avenue
Route: The Danforth
Change station High Chairs
Harbord House
150 Harbord Street
Route: The Annex
High Chairs
Lakeview Cellars Estate Winery
4037 Cherry Avenue
Route: Vineland
Stroller access Winery
Kew Gardens Park
2075 Queen Street East
Route: The Beaches
Splash Pad or Pool Park
Trace Manes Park
110 Rumsey Rd.
Route: Leaside (Laird Dr. & Eglinton Ave.)
Stroller access Nursing Areas Park
Rockway Glen Estate Winery
3290 Ninth Street
Route: Jordan
Change station Stroller access High Chairs Winery
Archeo
55 Mill St.
Route: Distillery District
Stroller access High Chairs
Mountain Road Wine Company
4016 Mountain Street
Route: Grimsby/Beamsville
Stroller access Park Winery
Playground Paradise
150 Grenoble Drive
Route: Don Mills
Change station Stroller access Play, Read or Sing Park
Withrow Park
725 Logan Avenue
Route: The Danforth
Splash Pad or Pool Park
Rosewood Estates Winery & Meadery
4352 Mountainview Road
Route: Grimsby/Beamsville
Stroller access Winery
Ontario Science Centre
770 Don Mills Road
Route: Don Mills
Change station Stroller access High Chairs Nursing Areas Play, Read or Sing
Puddicombe Estate Farms and Winery
1468 #8 Highway
Route: Grimsby/Beamsville
Change station Stroller access Play, Read or Sing Winery

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