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Weekend Guide: September 18-19

Welcome to early fall, that tricky time of year when you either dress to warm or not warm enough. Make sure to get it right this weekend before you head out the door. Check out our weekend guide below for ideas on destinations!

Go Apple Picking

Nothing says “hello fall” like a trip to the apple orchard, and there are so many great apple picking spots and around Toronto.

Bloor West Village Toronto Ukrainian Festival

Enjoy everything the Ukrainian culture has to offer in person and online.

Bloor West Village


Redpath Waterfront Trail

Take your imagination for a walk on Toronto’s waterfront. This socially distanced waterfront trail will include unique Augmented Reality stops (AR), public art and a number of local promotions at waterfront businesses.

Lower Spadina to Lower Sherbourne

Until Oct 3

Fall Harvest at Watson Farms

You’ll go home with more than just apples at Watson Farms — there’s pears, squash, and pumpkin you can pick too! The website lists the opening season dates of all their products, including tons of delicious varieties of apples. Plus, there’s photo stations, petting zoos and wagon rides for you to check out while you’re there.

2287 Hwy 2 Bowmanville, Ontario

Daily 9-6

Buzzing Bees Adventure Farm – Fall Festival

Buzzing Bees Adventure Farm is opening this fall for families to enjoy getting lost in their 9 acre corn maze. Within the maze you can play the Halloween monster game by finding the 8 hidden stations and solve the riddles to crack the code.

Buzzing Bees Adventure Farm, Brock

Until Oct 31

⁣MilkUP Pop-up

All kinds of limited-edition milk-inspired goodies are for sale, but you don’t have to pay. The event is post-to-pay, which means you’ll need to post a photo of your treasures on social media to take them home.

639 Queen Street West

Thur-Sat 11-7 until October 2nd

R&B Concert on a Pirate Ship

Enjoy the soulful vocals of the city’s best rising R&B artists under the summer sky. The boat is an old pirate ship and will be traveling across the Toronto skyline.

Pirate Life 585 Queens Quay West

until Sept 18

The Word On The Street 2021 Virtual Festival!

A national celebration of literacy and Canadian writing. Each September, we host hundreds of author readings for visitors of all ages and a vibrant marketplace featuring the best selection of books and magazines in Canada.

Sept 16-26

Queen West Art Crawl

Queen West Art Crawl (QWAC) will be presenting its festival online this year with new entertainment options uploaded to the festival website everyday, bringing audiences and artists closer together.⁣

September 15-19

Farmers’ Markets

Full list is here:

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.


The Leslieville Farmers’ Market

Sundays 9am - 2pm

150 Greenwood Ave

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