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Weekend Guide: September 5-6

It's the last long weekend of the summer. What are your plans? Check out our weekend guide for things to do in and out of the city.

Gates Gully Hike

Wild Ones Wilderness is going on another hike along the Gates Gully Bluffs. With the summer weather it should prove to be a great time! We teach wild edible and medicinal plants, flora and fauna identification, wilderness survival tips, trail etiquette, biodiversity and ecological impact, local and aboriginal history(where applies), and much more!

SAT 12:30-6PM

Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic

Experience the timeless and universal appeal of one of the most adored fictional characters of all time – Winnie-the-Pooh –– in this immersive and playful exhibition.

Royal Ontario Museum

Introducing Eats Night Market, an internationally influenced night market showcasing street foods and drinks from around the world.

Scarborough Town Centre

SAT & SUN 4- 11PM

Honey Harvest

Bees are fascinating. Labour Day weekend we are taking time to celebrate the hard work of our honey bees and appreciate the sweet taste of summer.

Enjoy a variety of activities focusing on bees and honey using all your senses along with all our usual weekend activities.

WED-SUN 9:30-5 PM

1025 Cragg Rd, Uxbridge, ON

Labour Day Rotary Drive-Thru Ribfest

Drive-thru and pick up some ribs fromCamp 31 BBQ, Billy Bones BBQ Canada, Silver Bullet BBQ, and Pistol Petes Oklahoma Smokehouse

SAT 10am – 7pm

Burlington Centre, 777 Guelph Line

Apple Picking at Chudleigh’s Farm

For over 50 years, visiting the farm has been an annual tradition. Our farm is a place for families to not only select their own apples, but to enjoy a taste of country life. Apples come in many varieties and each is uniquely different in its own way.

Chudleigh’s Entertainment Farm, 9528 Regional Road 25, Halton Hills, Halton

Stop by a Farmers’ or Flea Market

St. Lawrence Summer Market

SAT 5 AM - 3 PM

Saturday Farmers Market at Evergreen Brick Works


Kensington Flea & Artisan Market


Leslieville Farmers’ Market

SUN 9AM- 1:30PM

And as always continue to #staysafe and #wearamask

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