Song of Life Calligraphy
“Song of Life” Chinese Calligraphy Exhibition

Toronto-based Chinese calligraphy artist Katherina Kwan hosts the free “Song of Life” exhibition of nearly 100 pieces of her latest works at the Chinese Cultural Centre in Scarborough. Works on display span a range from simple sketches to a complex thousand character work, and from works of modest size to
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Taste of Lawrence
Taste of Lawrence is Scarborough’s Largest Street Festival

The 18th Annual Taste of Lawrence Festival is a fun-filled weekend that has something for everyone! Hosted by the Wexford Heights Business Improvement Area, it features mouth-watering flavours offered up by various multicultural food vendors, an array of music and dance performances, midway rides, and more. You’ll have no problem
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Bata Shoe Museum Summer
Bata Shoe Museum Has Free Summer Drop-In Kids Activities!

Bata Shoe Museum lets kids travel back in time with their free drop-in activities program, “Tippy-Toes Time Travelling”, every weekday through summer. Perfect for children 4-13, this drop-in program makes learning fun with a new theme every week to learn about the history and future of footwear. There’s always something
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Regent Park Film Festival
Regent Park Film Festival Returns Under the Stars

This year’s Regent Park Film Festival marks the ninth year of Under the Stars and their 20th anniversary. On three Wednesdays in July, see free film programming at sundown, plus a big Block Party takes place on Wednesday, July 27. It includes family friendly activities and performances prior to the
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Dino Stroll
Dino Stroll Roars into Ontario This Summer!

Dino Stroll lets you travel to the Mesozoic Era with prehistoric dinosaurs! This is an interactive event allowing guests to walk through a realistic and memorable indoor experience. While guests stroll at their own pace, they can get up close to dinosaurs throughout the exhibit, ranging from babies to life-like
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July Event Guide
July Event Guide for Toronto and the GTA

July in Toronto is a special time because summer seems to just fly by, so enjoy it while you can! See a play in an outdoor theatre, hang out on a patio (yes, even with your kids!), read books under a shady tree in one of the city’s beautiful parks,
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Mixto Festival
Mixto Festival is Back for a Four-Day Community Music Party

Mixto Festival is back for 2022 for four consecutive days of music, food and friends at Lula Lounge and in a transformed outdoor lot in the west end, produced and curated by Uma Nota Culture. More than just a music festival, Mixto is a community-led, participatory, family-friendly celebration of global music,
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Beaches Jazz Festival
Beaches Jazz Festival Has Events Throughout July

Beaches Jazz Festival is a free month-long music festival, with concerts in the Beach community and around Toronto’s eastern neighbourhoods. Stage concerts entertain families and jazz lovers in several different parks, and also closes traffic on Queen Street East during StreetFest. The Festival offers concerts at various locations: Woodbine Park
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Field Trip Music Festival
Field Trip Music Festival Offers Free Kids Tickets

For the first time since 2017, Field Trip Music & Arts Festival returns to Fort York & Garrison Common. All ages are welcome at Field Trip and children 12 years old and under can even attend the event for free (two children per General Admission ticket). This deal also includes
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Porch View Dances
Porch View Dances: Discovery Walk by Kaeja d’Dance

Porch View Dances: Discovery Walk is the 2022 iteration of the 11th annual beloved festival by Kaeja d’Dance. In an interactive treasure hunt, your senses and imagination soar throughout the Seaton Village neighbourhood. Engage in-person with live and virtual performances as their PVD tour guide escorts you to a series
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