BIG on Bloor
BIG on Bloor Festival Takes Over Bloordale

BIG on Bloor Festival returns for its 15th year with an in-person car-free takeover of the Bloordale neighbourhood, on Bloor Street West from Dufferin to Lansdowne. Hybrid art projects also continue into August. The festival celebrates community magic, creativity, and diversity through arts and culture, while showing love to the
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Summer Arts Break
Summer Arts Break in the Square by Prologue Performing Arts

Prologue Performing Arts and Eglinton Square are excited to present FREE family fun with “Summer Arts Break in the Square” at Eglinton Square, a City of Toronto Cultural Hotspot Signature Project. This summer, enjoy music, storytelling, dance and more! Fun for all ages, this summer series celebrates the different cultures
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TD Salsa Toronto Festival
TD Salsa in Toronto Festival Dances into Summer

TD Salsa in Toronto Festival is Canada’s #1 Latino-themed cultural celebration!  It features a series of city-wide events throughout June and July that celebrate the Latino culture through music, dance, art and authentic cuisine. The festivities feature Latin dance and art exhibitions, concerts, salsa dance parties, and a cultural parade. The
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Family Fest
Family Fest: A New Arts Festival by Guild Festival Theatre!

Family Fest kicks off the Guild Festival Theatre’s new theatre season. This energetic celebration of young audiences (and the young at heart) features a variety of different performances, workshops and activities perfect for every member of the family. From circus performers to puppet theatre and musical acts, this family festival
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Yoga Kawa Puppy Yoga
Yoga Kawa Puppy Yoga is Fitness Plus Cuteness

Yoga Kawa Puppy Yoga combines the restful exercise practice of yoga with adorable puppies for a unique family fitness experience. Puppy yoga class is truly perfect for everyone, no matter whether you are coming for your own yoga practice, to spend time with friends, or to build a deeper bond
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ActiveTO Creates Space to Safely Enjoy the Outdoors

It’s been a long winter and everyone is going a bit stir-crazy. A perfect way to get some fresh air and exercise is to take to the streets of Toronto on foot or by bike with the ActiveTO program, on weekends through the summer. The City of Toronto is continuing
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Royal Canadian International Circus
The Royal Canadian International Circus Flies Back into Ontario {Giveaway & BOGO with Discount Code FAMILYFUNTORONTO!}

Join the Royal Canadian Family Circus under the Big Top again as this spectacular family show returns to Ontario this summer. As always, this circus mesmerizes, astounds and captivates audiences members of all ages. So, get ready to sit on the edge of your seats in amazement! “Under the European
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Ontario Family Fishing
Cast a Line on Ontario’s Free Family Fishing Weekends

Get hooked on a new family activity! Together you can fish without a license during Ontario’s Free Family Fishing Weekends. These special events happen periodically in our beautiful province (even in winter) to allow locals and visitors alike to fish without purchasing a license. Keep in mind that all other
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Immersive Frida
Immersive Frida Explores Kahlo’s Magical Realism

Immersive Frida is the latest art projection by Lighthouse, the masterminds behind the long-running show on Van Gogh and the Christmas-themed ballet The Nutcracker. Their new subject is Frida Kahlo, Mexico’s best known painter who has also become a feminist hero. She was a brilliant and uncompromising painter, despite having
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Cirque du Soleil
Cirque du Soleil Swings into Ontario Place’s Big Top

Cirque du Soleil brings the proudly Canadian circus troupe’s particular je ne sais quoi back to Toronto’s Big Top at Ontario Place this spring with “Kurios — Cabinet of Curiosities”. Undoubtedly, Kurios exemplifies the signature Cirque style of performance, by weaving jaw-dropping acrobatics with poetry, artistry and humour. In the
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