Albert Campbell Square

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Albert Campbell Square
Public square
The performance stage at Albert Campbell Square
The performance stage at Albert Campbell Square
Features: Concert stage
Opening date: 1973
Surface: concrete
Owner: City of Toronto
Address: 150 Borough Drive
Toronto, ON, Canada
Albert Campbell Square is located in Toronto
Albert Campbell Square
Albert Campbell Square
Location of Albert Campbell Square in Toronto
Coordinates: 43°46′25″N 79°15′25″W / 43.77361°N 79.25694°W / 43.77361; -79.25694
Website Toronto Parks

Albert Campbell Square is a landscaped civic square in Toronto's eastern district of Scarborough at the Scarborough Civic Centre. It is named for the former politician, Metro Chairman, and first mayor of Scarborough Albert Campbell. Albert Campbell Square is located at 150 Borough Drive, near the intersection of Ellesmere and McCowan roads.

Latvian sculptor Janis Karlovs' 1994 piece, Eruption, at Albert Campbell Square.

Mostly a concrete square surrounded by some trees and landscaping, the square features a small stage and a waterfall that cascades down to a reflecting pool. The pool is used as a skating rink in winter and a wading pool during the summer. A medal bell tower is located next to the rink/pool.

A number of events are held in the square, mostly in the summer months, including a farmer's market from mid-June to mid-October.[1]

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Albert Campbell Square is a smaller civic square when compared to larger venues in Toronto:

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