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Weekend Guide: May 28-29

Looks like another weekend of sunshine and an abundance of things to do.

Check out the list below with our top picks.


Doors Open Toronto

Tour many unique buildings and visit museums for free in addition to enjoying free guided walks.

SAT & SUN


Deeply Rooted Market

Toronto’s first-ever Black and Indigenous farmers’ market, highlighting Black and Indigenous vendors and making fresh locally-sourced foods more accessible to these communities. At the market, you’ll find a variety of fresh and in-season fruits, vegetables, ready-made food, and artisan goods sourced directly from local farmers and creators.

Dieppe Park, 455 Cosburn Ave

SUN 9-2


The Roast of Harry Potter

He’s taken on trolls and goblins. He’s survived Dementors. He even stood toe to toe with Voldemort and won. Now join the Boy Who Lived as he takes on his toughest challenge yet: getting a verbal thrashing from his friends and peers - live on stage!

Comedy Bar, 945 Bloor St West

SUN 7


Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market

Tons of great food, poetry, dance, & the Kensington Market Art Fair

Kensington Market

SUN 12-7


Spring Into Spice Food & Wine Festival

Spring Into Spice – The Social, is our chance to bring 30 ethnic food vendors, wineries and wine importers together in an open air environment.

stackt market, 28 Bathurst Street

SAT 12-9


The Inside Out Toronto 2SLGBTQ+ Film Festival

Bringing the world’s best 2SLGBTQ+ cinema to Toronto.

TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King Street West

Until June 5


The Colourway

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!


Toronto History Museums Free Admission

Starting May 1, general admission to all 10 Toronto History Museums is permanently free to provide everyone with an opportunity to fully participate in cultural heritage and spaces.


Leslieville Farmers’ Market

The market is open!

Greenwood Park

SUN 9-2


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 8-1




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