Free events in Toronto this week will get you back outside and moving, starting with a city-wide bike ride to work that culminates with a pancake breakfast at City Hall. Don't worry, there's some story telling and music if you need to give your legs a rest.Events you might want to check out:
Bike to Work Day (May 29 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Find your starting point in the city at 7:30 a.m. and ride with a big group to Nathan Phillips Square for a free breakfast.
Kelly Prescot (May 29 @ Yonge-Dundas Square)
Country music lovers new and old should check out this free lunchtime concert by Kelly Prescott. Expect steel guitars, fiddles and local opener Johnson.
True Stories (May 30 @ Garrison)
Each storyteller is given the task of telling their personal story without notes in less than 10 minutes, and of course, every story must be true.
Canada C3 Boat Launch (June 1 @ HTO Park)
Head down to HTO Park West for a meet and greet with Canada C3 participants, and a performance by a special musical guest. Canada C3 is the ship that will head out on a 150-day voyage from coast to coast to coast.
Sharing Dance Day 2017 (June 2 @ Yonge and Dundas Square)
There's full day of dance performances at Yonge-Dundas Square to celebrate Canada 150 and the joy of being outside and moving your body at the busiest intersection in Toronto.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO