Events in Toronto today make for an exciting Sunday from start to finish with a punk rock flea market and the last day for Field Trip. You can also pick yourself up a piece of Yoko Ono's installation as well.Events you might want to check out:
Toronto Cactus and Succulent Show (June 3 @ Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory)
Plants are friends and now is the time to pick up one (or ten) ultra low maintenance succulent and cactus buddies to brighten up your space.
Diplo (June 3 @ Cabana Pool Bar)
Producer Diplo is here to take fun in the sun to another level and bring the tunes to Cabana for the day.
Bruno Major (June 3 @ The Great Hall)
The British singer has a knack for lighting a fire inside the heart, in part due to his silky voice, sweet harmonies and lovely love songs.
Punk Rock Flea Market (June 3 @ Lee's Palace)
The first of its kind in Toronto, 28 makers from Montreal to Windsor present a day of old tunes, cold brews and good finds.
Nite Comfort (June 3 @ Handlebar)
Take a trip through the far regions of spacey synth and experimental ambient music with sound projects by Tendencyitis and Bachelard.
Toronto Taste (June 3 @ Corus Quay)
Over 60 Toronto chefs come together to serve up a variety of dishes during this fundraiser for the Second Harvest Food Rescue
Cleaning Piece for Gardiner (June 3 @ Gardiner Museum)
Pieces from Yoko Ono's installation, The Riverbed, will be made available for visitors to take home in hand-decorated boxes for safekeeping.
Field Trip (June 2-3 @ Fort York National Historic Site)
This downtown music festival of food, music and art wraps up with a final day of tunes from Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Alvvays and Japandroids.
Slumber Party Stand Up Comedy (June 3 @ Comedy Bar)
Finish your weekend off with some laughs, with host Hisham Kelati and comedians Lucy Gervais, Mike Carrozza, Surer Qaly Deria and more.
Ride for Heart (June 3 @ Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place)
The annual run, walk and ride on a traffic-free Gardiner and DVP goes down today in support of the Heart & Stroke foundation.
by Lisa Power via blogTO