Weekend Guide: July 10-11

Rain, rain go away so we can get out and have fun at all the new places/events opening. Check them out below!


Canada’s Wonderland

It’s back! Get out and enjoy the thrills, rides and outdoor fun!

1 Canada’s Wonderland Dr, Vaughan

www.canadaswonderland.com


Together Apart Summer Cirque

Catch Canada’s very first physically distanced Cirque event. Enjoy the show from your very own private physically distanced platform. The show, A Summer Tale, explores the fantastical lives of 10 magical characters who meet at a ball celebrating the summer solstice. It’s sure to be a memorable event.

Markham Fairgrounds

Until Aug 1

togetherapartcirque.com


Box Concerts

Tapestry Opera’s joyful travelling pop-up stage returns with a brand new show for 2021. Tenor Asitha Tennekoon performs your favourites from opera and musical theatre together with new songs, to tell a magical story of connection and belonging.

High Park Amphitheatre

Sat 10-Sun 11& Sat 17- Sun 18

www.canadianstage.com/shows-events/dream-in-high-park?p=2


Beer, Patio & Haircut?

This unique outdoor salon experience that will provide Ontarians with what they’ve been missing most during lockdown: a haircut and a pint on the patio!

RendezViews, 229 Richmond St W

Until July 22

heinekenfreshlooks.ca


Lavender Festival

Enjoy a weekend of fragrance, taste & entertainment!

The Giving Place, E Townline, Mount Albert

July 10-11

www.thegivingplace.ca/events/lavender-festival


Comedy at the Guild Inn

Yuk Yuks at the Guild Inn with line-up of stellar comedians

The Guild Inn Estate

Until Aug 28

www.yukyuks.com/guildinn


33rd Beaches International Jazz Festival

Toronto’s beloved music festival and summer mainstay, the Beaches International Jazz Festival, returns to celebrate its 33rd year — drive-in style! Don’t miss your chance to catch one of Toronto’s LIVE drive-in performances this summer!

Guildwood GO Station Parking Lot

Until July 24

beachesjazz.com


Toronto Outdoor Art Fair

View the main showcase of 400+ artists virtually by heading to the event website or catch selected works in person at Stackt Market. There’s tons of amazing work to enjoy!

Stackt Market

torontooutdoor.art


Lavazza Drive-in International Film Festival

The Lavazza Drive-In International Film Festival kicked off over the weekend, with tons of great screenings and cinematic events. The festival is all about showcasing Canadian multiculturalism, with a special focus on Italian cinema. There are tons of amazing flicks lined up all week long.

Ontario Place Drive-In

Until Sat. July 17th

icff.ca/lavazza-drive-in



Immersive Live Outdoor Theatre Experience: C-O-N-T-A-C-T

Immerse yourself in the world of our characters, as you plug into this groundbreaking performance. All you need to do is download the app and show up at your designated showtime. Then you’ll be immersed in an insane soundscape and live demonstration through the streets of the city..

Yonge-Dundas Square & College Park

Until July 18

Contact-the-show.com


Summer of Play

The Bentway launches Playing in Public this summer, a collection of outdoor and online projects that invite you to rediscover “play” in the city. By the neighbourhood, for the neighbourhood, the program includes 8 art installations, a connective Play Path, roaming and audio experiences, and more.

All summer at The Bentway

www.thebentway.ca


Eats Night Market

Enjoy an internationally influenced night market showcasing street foods and drinks from around the world.

FRI-SUN 5pm-midnight

Streeteatsmarket.com


Farmers’ Markets

Full list is here: https://bit.ly/3xumM7j


Saturday Farmers Market at Evergreen Brick Works

Evergreen's Saturday Farmers Market runs year-round, connecting people in Toronto to local Ontario farmers and producers.

SAT 8AM- 1PM

www.evergreen.ca


The Leslieville Farmers’ Market

Sundays 9am - 2pm

150 Greenwood Ave

www.leslievillemarket.com


And as always continue to #staysafe and #wearamask

#copingwithcovidto #stayhome #easttoronto






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