Sunday, June 10, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today are bustling for a Sunday as the sounds of Detroit make their way here for this week's edition of Promise Cherry Beach. There's also traditional Russian food for the tasting, and a big block party in support of SickKids.

Events you might want to check out:

Promise Cherry Beach (June 10 @ Cherry Beach)
Beach party season is in full effect and Promise had merged with the Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit to bring in DJs from the Motor City to spin for the day.
Block Party in Support of SickKids (June 10 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
A party for the kids, this day-long event includes food, inflatables, games, music, entrainment and a silent auction — all for a good cause.
Taste of Russia Festival (June 10 @ Mel Lastman Square)
Traditional Russian culture gets a celebration with dancing, performances, artisans and merchants selling goods from the old country.
Park and Bark (June 10 @ Parking lot beside Loblaws, 721 Broadview Avenue south of Danforth)
Pets and humans alike are welcome at this all day doggy party featuring vendors, exhibitions, treats and a dog show.
An Horse (June 10 @ Hard Luck Bar)
Australian indie rockers bring their raw, vintage sound that has a hint of punk to the stage alongside Camp Cope.
Genuwine (June 10 @ Bar Begonia)
Get your grind on at this huge patio party that pairs wine and snacks with all the best R&B, soul and hip hop classics.
Bhutto (June 10 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Part of Luminato's Game Changers series, this doc looks at the role of Benazir Bhutto's social activism in Pakistan and her remarkable political career.
Foolish (June 10 @ Painted Lady)
Montreal's Foolish comes together with Frank Reynolds and KayGeni for an chill evening of live R&B, soul, ska and reggae.
The Leslieville Flea (June 10 - October 14 @ Ashbridge Estate)
The Leslievile Flea is on with a full day of outdoor activities, while makers and artisans present vintage and handcrafted goods.
NXNE (June 8-17 @ Multiple Venues)
Spend your Sunday discovering new music as a ton of showcases are happening all over the city as part of this 10-day music festival.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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