Free things to do in Toronto this May include a city-wide photography festival, the annual Doors Open and Jane's Walk events and the Toronto Comic Arts Fest. Get those creative juices flowing all over the city and leave your wallet at home.Events you might want to check out:
Contact Photography Festival (April 28 - May 31 @ Various locations)
Toronto streets will be a lot more interesting thanks this city-wide celebration of photography. Look for over 200 images and events all over town this May.
Grad Ex (May 3-7 @ OCAD University)
More than 900 promising young artists and designers are exhibiting at the biggest Grad Ex ever.
Maximum Exposure (May 4 @ RYERSON SCHOOL OF IMAGE ARTS)
This is the Ryerson School of Image Arts' annual end-of-year exhibition, which showcases the work of Canadian and international students, with a focus on the graduating photography class.
Star Wars Day Toronto 2017 (May 4 @ Hard Rock Cafe Toronto)
This Star Wars Day event returns to Club 279 at the Hard Rock Cafe. It features a costume meet-up and photo shoot, trivia, prizes, celebrity guests and music by DJ Splattermonkey.
Jane's Walk 2017 (May 5-7 @ Jane's Walk)
Jane's Walk is an annual festival of free, community-led walking tours inspired by Jane Jacobs.
Spring into Parkdale Sidewalk Festival & Night Market (May 13 @ Parkdale Village)
Parkdale gets its first night market after its annual all-day neighbourhood street party wraps up.
TCAF (May 13 @ Toronto)
The Toronto Comic Arts Festival lets artists shine with a two-day exhibition and vendor fair featuring hundreds of comics creators from around the world.
Doors Open 2017 (May 27 @ Various locations)
See inside more than 150 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city. There are free concerts too!
Pedestrian Sundays (May 28 @ Kensington Market)
The first Kensington Market Pedestrian Sunday of the season is always a wonderful thing. Cars are given the boot for streets filled with food, performers, vendors and hundreds of happy people.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO