The Pop-Up Playground: A social recovery remedy

The Pop-Up Playground: A social recovery remedy

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$10 – $28.99


Reset Retreat Centre

634 Vaughan Road

Toronto, ON M6E 2Y3


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A 45-minute interactive art experience designed for reconnection and new connection that considers how hard that can feel right now.

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Play in a guided audio experience that will take you on an adventure that's part improv, part silent disco, part meditation experience and all intended to contribute to your social recovery from the pandemic and help you how to play again.

Pricing on sliding scale from $10 - $29. If free tickets required, email No questions asked.

Learn more about the playground and how we toured it across Toronto in 2021 on our website.


For more details about Retreat Centre inclusive of our pandemic policies, please visit THISISRESET.ORG



The playgrounds are designed for people between the ages of 18-118, including people who use most mobility devices and most wifi enabled Assistive Listening Devices.

With that said, we recognize that there is a wide spectrum of devices so we ask you to please reach out to us with your preferred and required needs in advance of your playground date so we can advise as to whether we can meet your needs for the best playground experience.

We acknowledge that the majority of our team is able-bodied and hearing. At this moment, the experience is regrettably not accessible to those who are blind and deaf without the use of an assistive listening device. We have future plans and we intend to have further conversations with members from these communities to ensure access in the future. If you would like updates on this or to help design one of these experiences, please reach out to us at


Collective joy requires justice so we endeavour to create inclusive spaces for all in attendance, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body type, race or belief. We recognize that individuals come from all backgrounds and lived experiences and cannot create true safety for all, but we uphold the principle of not tolerating discrimination in any form.

We are hosting the playgrounds on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and we recognize the enduring presence of all First Nations, Métis and the Inuit peoples. We are committed to continually learning and listening to Indigenous communities to ensure we are contributing towards Indigenous sovereignty.

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