5 things to do in Toronto today: Wednesday, July 26

Jul 26 2017, 1:30 am

Happy Wednesday, Toronto! Here are some events worth checking out for Humpday.

Nathan Phillips Square Farmer’s Market

Ontario Farm Fresh presents Nathan Phillips Square Farmers’ Market, an opportunity every Wednesday to enjoy fresh food in the warm summer weather. With options of cheeses, breads, honey, fruits and flowers, shopping possibilities are endless.

Where: Nathan Phillips Square
When: July 26 from 8 am to 2 pm

Yorkville Village Summer Market

Check out this weekly market featuring a rotation of must-visit vendors and a selection of Instagram-worthy food, artisanal goods and curated gifts!

Where: The Lane located, 136 Yorkville Avenue
When: July 26 from 11 am to 3 pm

Blondie & Garbage – The Rage and Rapture Tour

“Here comes the 21st Century,” Debbie Harry assuredly sang nearly three decades ago on her solo disc Def Dumb And Blonde, “it’s gonna be so much better for a girl like me.” And now it’s getting better for you, as Blondie and Garbage are lighting up your Wednesday.

Where: The Sony Centre, 1 Front Street East
When: July 26 at 7 pm

Kendrick Lamar pop-up shop

Kendrick Lamar may have taken over the ACC last night, but his pop-up shop is still in town. Head down to Spadina for some Kendrick swag!

Where: Livestock, 116 Spadina Ave
When: July 26 at 11 am to 7 pm

Under the Stars: Free Screening of Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Regent Park Film Festival Festival will be hosting a free outdoor summer screening series, and tonight, head down for an adventurous dramedy, Hunt for the Wilderpeople.

Where: Regent Park, 620 Dundas Street East
When: July 26 at 7 pm

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