As temperatures begin to drop, things are about to start to heat up on King Street.
Starting this weekend, you’ll be able to embrace the upcoming winter weather with a weekly series of free community pop-up events along Toronto’s bustling King Street as part of the city’s Winter Warm-Up programming.
Each Saturday from November 23 until December 21, Torontonians are invited to come out and enjoy tasty food and drinks, entertainment, and much more at rotating public parklets along the King Street corridor.
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The City of Toronto says it will be teaming up with Park People to host the programming, which will include live music and street performers, hot beverages, snacks and treats, and a cozy wood-burning stove where visitors can escape the cold and warm up.
Come to David Pecaut Sq on Saturday (noon – 6pm) for street curling, live music and collective art making! Stay for the cozy wood fire and hot drinks! Part of the free Winter Warm Up on King Street event series. #KingStWarmUp @Park_People https://t.co/OGm9DFbLRo pic.twitter.com/GyTrb1xStf
— TO Transportation (@TO_Transport) November 19, 2019
Here’s everything you can look forward to this year:
|Date and Time||Location||Entertainment and Activities|
|November 23, 12 pm to 6 pm||David Pecaut Square Parklet, King and Simcoe Street||
|November 30, 12 pm to 3 pm||South Side of King between Church and Jarvis, across from St. James Park||
|December 7, 12 pm to 3 pm||David Pecaut Square Parklet, King and Simcoe Street||
|December 14, 12 pm to 3 pm||Northside of King Street between Charlotte Street and Peter Street||
|December 21, 12 pm to 3 pm||David Pecaut Square Parklet, King and Simcoe Street||
When: November 23 to December 21 (on Saturdays)
Where: Locations along King Street