5 things to do in Toronto today: Wednesday, June 28

Jun 27 2017, 5:39 pm

A beautiful summery Wednesday is ahead of us, Toronto! Go outside, enjoy the day, and check out all these events in the city.

Aboriginal History Month Celebration

Come and show your support and celebrate the 8th annual Aboriginal History Month celebration. The event will feature an exciting line-up of entertainers, including Amanda Rheaume, as well as all-day kid’s arts and crafts, craft vendors exhibiting and selling their wares and Indigenous agencies showcasing what they are doing in the community.

Where: Yonge & Dundas Square
When: June 28 at 12 pm to 2:30 pm

Berczy Park Official Re-opening

While many have already enjoyed the beauty of Berczy Park, the newest Toronto outdoor space is set to officially re-open today. Join Mayor John Tory  and City staff at the official reopening of the park in the St. Lawrence neighbourhood. The afternoon event will feature performances by choreographer CORPUS, live music, artists, historical re-enactments and activities for children.

Where: Berczy Park, 35 Wellington Street East
When: June 28 at 3 to 7 pm

Taste of Regent Park

Enjoy music, local vendors, food, and entertainment followed by a movie screening tonight! Get your groove on and celebrate the start of summer.

Where: Dundas Street East and Sackville
When: June 28 at 5 pm

Shad: After Work Concert

Shad (Shadrach Kabango) is a Juno Award-winning rapper and he will be headlining a free concert after work today.

Where: First Canadian Place Park
When: June 28 at 5:15 pm

A Place to Stand: A Celebration of 150 Years of Ontario and Canada

The year 2017 marks the 150th anniversary year of Confederation. This milestone coincides with the 30th anniversary of the first investiture of the Order of Ontario. Tonight, historian Hugh Brewster and actress Cynthia Dale narrate a tribute to Canada in words and images with music conducted by Noel Edison.

Where: Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street
When: June 28 at 7:30 pm