Open all year long, the Saturday Farmers' Market features a large assortment of fruits, vegetables, wild fish, meat, cheese, bread, eggs and more, all from local farmers and producers. Shop for locally made crafts, gifts and soaps, or grab a snack at the Local Food Court.
Hours of Operation Saturdays, May 3–November 1 8am–1pm NEW Sundays, starting June 22 10am–3pm Evergreen Brick Works 550 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada M4W 3X8 General Inquiries Lucie Pekarek [email protected] T 416-596-1495 x495
When: Sunday, June 1, July 6, August 3, September 7, 2014 10:00AM – 5:00PM About: Toronto’s newest flee market opens on the Exhibition Common this summer! The Leslieville Flea is a curated market selling vintage, salvaged, up-cycled goods, furniture, antiques, collectibles and select artisans.
NO FLAT CITY: Toronto's Incomparable Terrain will dispel the myth that the Toronto region is completely flat by focusing on the many unusual and unexpected characteristics of the landscape. Featuring work by Sarah Burtscher, Chloë Ellingson, Brett Gundlock, Brendan George Ko, Darren Rigo and Victoria Vitasek, the exhibition will consist of 72 large-scale photographic images, set alongside Lake Ontario at Harbourfront Centre.
Get your groove on and shake a tail feather for a swinging good time on the shores of Lake Ontario every Thursday night! Even if you're shy, live bands and dance-styles from around the world will have you on your feet in no time.
June 26: Toronto All-Star Big Band July 3: Toronto All-Star Big Band July 10: Sean Bellaviti July 17: Toronto All-Star Big Band July 24: Sean Bellaviti July 31: Toronto All-Star Big Band August 7: Luis Orbegoso August 14: Luis Orbegoso August 21: Sean Bellaviti August 28: Toronto All-Star Big Band September 4: Luis Orbegoso
June 29, 2014 - September 28, 2014 Distillery District
Name: Oh Canada! Farmer's Market Sweets Tour Price: Adults $39.82, Children $26.55 Date/Time: Every Sunday, 10am (2.5 hours approx) from June 29 - Sep 28 Venue: 28 Gristmill Lane (by the cart with the 5 barrels on them) Website: http://tastytourstoronto.com Details: Celebrate Canadian culture on Toronto's only farmer's market tour and the only tour in Canada focussed exclusively on Canadian and local sweets, taking place in the historic Distillery District. Features: - Guided tour on the history of Canadian sweets like maple syrup & ice wine - Speak with farmers and sample local produce - Enjoy several exclusive treats, including your own customized butter tart - A savoury & boozy bonus to end the tour - Discounts at select merchants - Happy times for all!
Discover international cuisines, quality entertainers, fresh food markets on Bloor Street West in Etobicoke.
This isn't the same old food festival - this is a culinary experience!
Highlights: • two main stages at either end of Bloor Street with continuous live entertainment • 200+ exhibitors • beer and wine gardens • food • 3D interactive chalk art display • midway rides • Scotiabank Dog Show on Saturday, noon--3 pm • autographs from NHL alumni, including Darryl Sittler - Sunday, September 7, 1:30 pm -- 5 pm • classic car show • rock-climbing wall • street performers, clowns, and face painters • fish-and-chips eating contest • charity pancake breakfast Sunday 8 am - 10:30 am
At the first ever Toronto Maple Leafs fan fest go behind the scenes of Air Canada Centre in this action-packed weekend of fun for the whole family.
Highlights: • meet Maple Leafs greats from the past, present and future • tour the Leafs dressing room • get your photo taken dropping the puck at centre ice • undergo Maple Leafs combine testing with the Leafs Training and Hockey Development Staff • shop from more than 2,000 pieces of official game-worn gear
September 6, 2014 - September 6, 2014 Markville Chevrolet Buick GMC Corvette 5336 Highway #7 Markham
Car seat safety cannot be taken lightly. To make sure you know how to properly install your car seat, Chevrolet is working with Parachute, a national charitable organization dedicated to preventing injuries and saving lives, to host free car seat installation workshops for families and caregivers. No matter what vehicle you drive, or the type of car seat you own, parents and caregivers can register online now for their free expert consultation (www.safeandsure.ca).
The 38th annual Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts, Toronto’s longest running community festival, is back Saturday September 6 and Sunday September 7. Presented by the Cabbagetown BIA, this year’s festival will see bands up and down the streets, children's zones, artist vendors and every conceivable amusement for all ages! “What I have always loved about this festival is that there is something for everyone and the sheer diversity of the festival speaks to the diversity of Cabbagetown,” said Frank Bernardo, Chairman for the Cabbagetown Business Improvement Area (BIA). “It exemplifies what makes Cabbagetown unique and why it is a great destination for families, tourists and business.” The festival begins Saturday at 10 a.m. with an opening ceremony in the afternoon and continues Sunday at 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. with a closing ceremony. Over the two days, Parliament Street from Wellesley Street south to Gerrard Street East will be closed for pedestrians to enjoy the one-of-a-kind artisan vendors, delicious food and buskers including Silver Elvis and Johnny Scat. There will also be a children’s fun zone supplied by Astro Amusements and a sports zone featuring Little Kickers soccer camp, Pan American Games Village and Maple Leaf Sports. The festival will also be offering a strong line-up of Toronto’s finest talent including: Johannes Linstead, Puente Del Diablo, Nightfly, Neil Chapman, Quincy Bullen, Toronto All Star Big Band, Project Phoenix, Patrick Tevin's New Orleans Rhythm, Go Freddy Go, JR Connection, Imbayakunas and more to follow! Carlton Street from Parliament to Berkeley Streets will also be closed both days to host the entertainment throughout the weekend. This year, the famous 35th Annual Blair's Run is taking place on the Sunday, Sept. 7 from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m., which brings runners from local streets and all over the GTA in support of the Cabbagetown Youth Centre. Festival coordinator, Lido Chilelli, and his team will be bringing a festival to remember this September. Lido is a household name in the world of festival and event organizing. He is the founder of the Beaches International Jazz Festival (which now attracts a million plus visitors) and organizes numerous events throughout the province.
This festival is one of Toronto's largest gatherings of artists, musicians, and artisans. From Ossington to Dovercourt, there are arts and crafts vendors displaying an exciting array of wares from ceramics, to woven fabrics, screen printing, paintings, sculpture and more. On the east end of the event starting at Christie Pits Park, there is family fun complete with inflatables, and activities. There is even a show with professional wrestlers. From Dufferin to Montrose the local businesses come outside for sidewalk sales. Restaurants and bars will have patio extensions for patrons to enjoy food and beverages outdoors. The event also features live music including a fully equipped performance area sponsored by Long & McQuade.
Teachers receive free admission to the Zoo for themselves and one guest. Additional guests are welcome, but are subject to general admission rates.
*Pre-registration is mandatory for this event. Proof of position is required to redeem this offer.
To reduce admission wait time, tickets for these guests, as well as parking passes ($10 per vehicle) can be purchased online.
Please note that for this professional development opportunity, 'teachers' are considered: Teachers in good standing with the Ontario College of Teachers or Early Childhood Educators currently working in a full-day kindergarten classroom in a school setting.
MS Bike - Toronto is a perfect fit for cyclists of all levels! Centrally located at Centennial Park in Etobicoke, you will cycle along scenic bike trails and city streets before returning to the park for a BBQ lunch. Bring the family or make it a company outing!
September 7, 2014 - September 7, 2014 Markham Fair Grounds 10801 McCowan Road Markham, ON L3p 3J3
On Sunday, September 7th, join cyclists from across Ontario at the Ride for Karen, an annual fundraising ride to send children with cancer to camp. The fully-supported, premiere cycling event features a century ride (160km), as well as 25km and 100km routes, that start from the Markham Fairgrounds and roll through the countryside north of Toronto. There is also a Kids Fun Ride. Started in 2002 as a tribute to Karen Tobias who passed away from breast cancer, the event has raised more than $2 million with 100% of proceeds donated to charity.
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