Summer is here, pools are opening and there are so many things to do. Check out our list below.
Select city-run outdoor pools are open this SAT including Monarch Park
Indigenous Arts Festival & Na-Me-Res Traditional Pow Wow
Free, community-focused event with traditional and contemporary Indigenous music, dance, artisan and culinary experiences of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples living across Turtle Island and Indigenous Communities around the world.
250 Fort York Boulevard
SAT & SUN 12-6
Puppy Love Yoga
Yoga with puppies! A relaxing yoga practice is taken up a notch with puppies nosing their way into your Savasana. But you won't mind...trust us.
Royal Canadian Legion, 243 Coxwell Ave.
It’s time for music. It’s time to dance. Wrap up Luminato 2022 and launch your summer with two days of free music, art, conversation and food when we transform Woodbine Park into a magical urban fairground.
Woodbine Park - 1695 Queen St E
SAT 1-10 & SUN 1-8
A great place to connect with artists and buy that perfect piece for your home! Riverdale ArtWalk 2022 showcases 150 established and emerging artists in Jimmie Simpson Park in Toronto’s flourishing Queen East arts district.
Jimmie Simpson Park
SAT & SUN 11-6
The Taste of Little Italy
Capture and explore the tastes and sounds of Italy and more right in the middle of Toronto as College Street transforms into a classic Italian piazza.
College Street West, between Shaw Street and Bathurst Street
Backyard at Stackt Pride Edition
An epic PRIDE party, featuring a small business vendor market, music series, DJs, food stations, workshops + drag performances. All celebrating the city's best 2SLGBTQ+ artists + creatives.
Stackt Market, 28 Bathurst St
The Toronto Comic Arts Festival
Canada’s incredible comics talent on a world stage by promoting some of our best and brightest creators and publishers and inviting the attention of the global cartooning community.
Toronto Reference Library
Taco Fest 2022
Some of Toronto’s best and most celebrated chefs with an authentic Mexican twist. Tacos, guacamole, churros, tequila, hot sauce and everything Mexican
Toronto Artisan Market
Outdoor fair filled with arts, music and artisanal food.
Nathan Phillips Square
Annual Yorkville Exotic Car Show
Walk the Red Carpet and See Examples of Classic & Exotic Cars, Including Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, American, Super Cars and More.
Bloor St. W. from Avenue Rd. to Bay St. in Yorkville
It’s summer in Toronto and Luminato Festival Toronto is back with 11 Days of Free Concerts, Dance, Theatre, Music, Art, Literature and much more.
The free outdoor pop-up, called The Colourway, is a series of rainbow arches made out of 5,000 recycled pool noodles. If you snap a photo of The Colourway, you’ll be given access to all kinds of deals and freebies at participating storefronts in the area, including free pizza, gym passes, clothing discounts, and more.
1479 Yonge St
Until June 24!
Visit a Farmers’ Market
Full list is here: https://bit.ly/3zrFcda
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