Top things to do in the greater Toronto area this weekend

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June is here! Happy Pride and National Indigenous History Month! It’s also Italian Heritage Month, Philippine Heritage Month and Portuguese Heritage Month, so there’s plenty to celebrate!

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It looks like Mother Nature is cooperating this weekend as beautiful sunny conditions are forecast, but less of the Saharan-like heat we’ve been experiencing over the past few days.

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If you’re looking for something fun, your wish is our command.

Here’s what you need to know to create the necessary plans.

The rescue party

Help fight food insecurity during an elegant evening of spectacular culinary feats and entertainment, sampling unique dishes from more than 30 of Toronto’s most exciting restaurants and chefs, not to mention performances by Sam Roberts, Serena Ryder and other surprise guests – and that’s all Host: Cardinal Offishall.

This is all in support of Second Harvest, Canada’s largest food rescue organization.

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The big event takes place on Sunday from 6pm (5pm for VIP) to 10pm in the Meridian Hall. Proceeds from ticket sales support food rescue and redistribution across the country.

Click for tickets and more information Here.

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Spring in Spice

Join this outdoor food festival featuring 45 vendors, wineries and wine importers for those who like big, bold, worldly flavors — think Caribbean, African, Indian, Thai and Latin American — and local wine to match.

Foodies meet at Stanley Barracks Garden at Hotel X at 115 Princes’ Blvd. on Saturday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m

Click for tickets and more information Here.

NBS Block Party 2023

Celebrate the community and power of different dance forms in an open house with pop-up performances, workshops, refreshments and activities for all ages.

Plie and Pirouette at Canada’s National Ballet School at 400 Jarvis St. on Saturday from 11am to 5pm. Click for more information Here.

Joy. grief. Fury. Love. PROUD.

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This multifaceted project, which includes an art exhibition, is a journey that focuses on Toronto Pride from 1970 to the present day.

The free exhibition is on view at the Collision Gallery at 30 Wellington St. W until July 22nd.

Click for more information Here.


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Unionville Festival

The community event is a fun-filled weekend of live music performances by local artists, cultural exhibitions, food vendors and interactive activities for people of all ages.

On Saturday night, festival-goers can’t miss Johannes Linstead’s headlining show at the Millennium Bandstand from 7pm to 8:30pm. There will also be live entertainment and music at the bandstand throughout the weekend.

It takes place at various venues on Saturdays from 9 am to 9 pm and on Sundays from 9 am to 5 pm. Click for more information Here.

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The renowned urban music festival celebrates South Asian arts and culture.

Come to Yonge-Dundas Square on Saturday from 11am to 11pm. Admission is free.

Click for more information Here.

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Streetsville Founders Bread and Honey Festival

Located in the village of Streetsville, Mississauga, the festival features artisans, buskers, clowns, vendors and more. There will be no parade this year, but there will be plenty of free bread and honey.

Visit Streetsville Memorial Park on Fridays from 5pm to 11pm, Saturdays from 10am to 11pm, and Sundays from 10am to 4pm

Tickets are available at the box office. Click for more information Here.

Brave walk

Join this fun, family-friendly, non-competitive walking day in support of those affected by Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.

More than 70 communities across Canada will host Gutsy Walk events on Sunday — including Wilket Creek Park at Sunnybrook Park on Leslie St. and Eglinton Ave. E

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Click here for more information, to donate or to find a hiking trail near you Here.

The office experience

It’s the last weekend for fans of The office Experience Dunder Mifflin in real life, with original props and costumes from the popular series, recreations of sets and more.

It’s also the last Finer Things Friday where guests can get special prices from 5pm to 7pm

Sunday is the day to end at Yorkdale Shopping Centre.

Click for tickets and more information Here.

Summer festival in downtown Milton

The annual event features live entertainment, children’s activities, a vendor market, games, plenty of photo opportunities, as well as patios at local restaurants serving great food and refreshing drinks.

Join us on Saturday from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Main Street. For further information, click here Here.

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Bike for brain health

Drivers of all ages will travel to two of Toronto’s freeways to raise important funds and raise awareness of Baycrest’s goal of ending dementia.

Hop on your bikes and strap on your helmets from 6am on Sunday

NOTE: The Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner Expressway will be closed to vehicles Sunday from 2:00 am to 4:00 pm


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