What to do in Toronto: 5 Fun Things to do This Weekend

The city is bursting with flowers, flowering trees and families are flocking to the streets and parks. If you are wondering what to do in Toronto this weekend, we’ve got ideas!

5 Fun Things to do in Toronto This Weekend

Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market

Pedestrian Sundays kick off this weekend. Leave your car at home and wear some comfy shoes. Discover Kensington Market a pied on the last Sunday of the month from May 28 through to October 29th . Visitors will enjoy listening to musicians, artists and street performers while exploring the unique shops throughout Kensington Market.

www.pskensington.ca

Barbados Salute to Canada’s 150th

Harbourfront Centre celebrates Barbados’ Salute to Canada’s 150th with the largest festival of Barbadian culture in Canada! This year, celebrate Canada with music, fashion, literary events and children’s activities – all for free. Don’t miss the rum tasting and plenty of music to dance the night (or afternoon) away!  Kids will love DJ Puffy. May 26-28th!
www.harbourfrontcentre.com

Woofstock


Do you have a dog, want a dog or just love hanging out with dogs…then Woofstock is the event for you. Woofstock is the largest outdoor festival for dogs in North America. Head down to Woodbine Park this weekend and take in all the canine fun. There will be dog stunt shows, wiener dog races, dog fashion shows and much, much more.

www.woofstock.ca

Doors Open Toronto

Doors are opening all around the city this weekend. Explore parts of the city that you never would be able to normally explore. This year’s theme, Fifteen Decades of Canadian Architecture, shines the spotlight on the evolution of Canadian architecture in Toronto. Doors Open Toronto 2017 is part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto’s year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions marking Canada’s 150th birthday. www.toronto.ca/doorsopen

Yard Sale for the Cure

Grab your wallet and get ready for some serious yard sales Saturday, May 27th. Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s annual Yard Sale for the Cure is taking place on the streets, yards and driveways of Toronto homes. Not sure where your closest yard sale is? Check out the yard sale for the cure map and search for locations in your neighbourhood.

www.yardsaleforthecure.com

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