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Weekend Guide: September 10-11

How are you planning to soak up the last warm days of summer? Check out our picks of things to do below:

Toronto International Film Festival

11 days of international and Canadian cinema, special events featuring some of the biggest names in film, and TIFF’s Industry Conference, offering diverse and innovative perspectives on the art and business of film.

Various Venues

Until Sept 18

TIFF Street Festival

Join the excitement and fun of the Toronto International Film Festival as it pours out from the theatres onto Festival Street and over to David Pecaut Square.

King Street W

Until SUN

Murder on the Petulant Express

An evening of mystery and a classic who-dunnit filled with drama, comedy, and song. Can you solve the murder mystery before the train arrives back at our station?

York-Durham Heritage Railway


Celebrate Toronto

Featuring the Toronto Made Market – a 6000 square foot shopping experience with over 100 local vendors, Live Music, Steam Whistle Beer Garden, Food Trucks, Interactive Activities & Photo-ops.

Nathan Phillips Square


Asialicious Carnival

Celebrating multiculturalism in a fun-filled and entertaining fashion at Woodside Square in Scarborough North. Showcasing diverse Asian culture and heritage through a variety of performances and ethnic foods.

1571 Sandhurst Cir.


Toronto Urban Art Crawl

Shop directly from the hands of 110+ amazingly talented Toronto artists and artisans

The Bentway, 250 Fort York Blvd

SAT 12-6

The Immersive Robert Munsch Experience

An indoor immersive visual and auditory experience for children and parents alike showcasing four classic Robert Munsch stories.

Gerrard Square Mall

Until Oct 2

The Leslieville Flea

Shop from a curated selection of handcrafted, vintage and artisanal items. Stroll 3 acres of Ashbridges Estates grounds, reconnect with your favourite vendors and check out what’s new.

Ashbridge Estate


Terra Lumina

Enjoy an immersive experience along a 1.5 km walking path that travels into the future and back.

Toronto Zoo


ROM Walks

Walking tours of Toronto. ROMWalks encompass the diverse aspects of Toronto’s vibrant neighbourhoods including history, architecture, arts of all varieties, education and more

Select Wednesdays & Sundays until October

Visit a Farmers’ Market

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