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SUMMER IN TORONTO
Posted on Thursday June 23, 2016
With no shortcomings on event listings, Toronto is like the social butterfly of Canadian cities. With such a wide variety of activities available, it was hard to choose our top ten, but check them out and let us know what your summer faves are!
Put on your fancy hat, find some friends, and soak up the sun while watching the horses race.
From August 18-20th, Sugar Beach gets transformed into Toronto’s largest outdoor movie theatre. Movies will be shown under the open skies on a two-sided screen on a barge in Toronto Harbour, and best of all it’s free! And you never know, you may just experience a #RandomActsOfPizza ;)
A free adult league that plays almost every Sunday afternoon at Alexandra Park starting at 3pm.
Enjoy a refreshing ferry ride over to the Toronto Islands and escape from downtown. With a picturesque view of Lake Ontario on one side, and the city skyline on the other, you’re in for a treat.
With over 1,500 parks in the city, Toronto is spoiled for choice when it comes to picnicking options.
Every Friday from June 24th - September 2nd, head to Yonge and Dundas Square for a free concert featuring some of Canada’s top indie musicians.
A visit to Rogers Arena to catch some Major League Baseball action makes a perfect family fun day, or afternoon date!
A paradise so close to Toronto, The Beaches is one of our favourite place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. With eclectic shops, a 3km boardwalk, and a beautiful beach to wade in, it’s definitely a gem worth checking out.
These days we’re totally into the Martin Goodman Trail, Leslie Street Spit, or Taylor Creek Park, but there are tons of options for all types of bicyclists. Here’s a copy of the Toronto Cycling Map to help plan your route.