13 things to do this weekend in Toronto

Jun 10 2016, 6:43 pm

Planning your weekend? Add more than Netflix to your days! From sports to dance, check out some of these awesome Toronto events! And while at it, keep in mind on Sunday, the Bloor – Danforth line between Pape and St. George will be closed due to track work.

Toronto Tango Festival
What: Everything tango for four days! Workshops and dance all in celebration of Argentine Tango. Join the dancing fun!
Where: Lithuanian Hall, 1573 Bloor Street West
When: On until June 12

Toronto Japanese Film Festival
What: In its fifth year, the Toronto Japanese Festival showcases the best Japanese films recognized by international film festival audiences, Japanese audiences and the Japanese Film Academy.
Where: The Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, 6 Garamond Court
When: On until June 23

The Hobbit
What: Presented by the Canadian Children’s Opera Company, The Hobbit brings the classic children’s novel to life. Get on the adventure with Bilbo this weekend.
Where: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West
When: On until June 12

Ontario Craft Beer Week
What: Ontario Craft Beer Week officially launches tonight at Steam Whistle Brewing, and continues until the 19th.
Where: Various venues
When: On until June 19

Luminato Festival
What: Our annual summer arts festival, Luminato is back with a solid line up of theatre, dance, music, visual arts, film, food, literature, and more.
Where: Various venues
When: On until June 26

Ride to Conquer Cancer
What: The annual two-day cycling event gears up in Toronto this weekend, supporting the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
Where: Various locations throughout the city
When: June 11 – 12

Love. You. Run For Women
What: A scenic 5 or 10 km walk or run that supports women’s mental health programs at Women’s College Hospital.
Where: Women’s College Hospital, 76 Grenville Street
When: June 11 at 7:45 am

World Naked Bike Ride Toronto
What: Basically, a clothing optional bike ride throughout the city.
Where: Starts at Coronation Park, 711 Lake Shore Blvd W
When: June 11 at noon

Beaches Arts and Crafts Show
What: Bringing together some of the best Canadian handmade crafts, the Beaches Arts & Crafts Show is one of the Toronto Beach community’s favourite events.
Where: Kew Garden Park, 2075 Queen Street East
When: June 11 – 12

Toronto Art Crawl
What: A free art show with 65 artists, live DJ’s and food vendors.
Where: Liberty Village, 71 East Liberty Street
When: June 11 from 11 am – 6 pm

Roncy Rocks
What: Roncy Rocks Music & Arts Fest West sets its stage once again at Roncesvalles Village this month. Check out the live music, art, and sidewalk sale all along Roncesvalles Ave.
Where: Roncesvalles Avenue
When: June 11 at 11 am

Bestival Toronto
What: Back this summer after a successful inaugural year, Bestival’s arts and music festival was relocated from Centre Island to Woodbine Park. This year’s headliners include The Cure, and our personal fave, Tame Impala.
Where: Woodbine Park, Toronto
When: June 11 and 12

Toronto Blue Jays
What: The Jays are home for 10 games this month, including this weekend against the Baltimore Orioles. Get your ball caps on, and head down to cheer on the boys in blue.
Where: Rogers Centre, 1 Blue Jays Way
When: June 10 – 12

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