Lots of stuff is going on in Toronto today, with events ranging from backyard barbecues to pin and patch shows. Pedestrian Sundays takes over Kensington and there's a beer garden under the Gardiner Expressway.Events you might want to check out:
Pedestrian Sundays (July 29 @ Kensington Market)
Kensington goes car-free this Sunday to make space for dancing, music, vendors, food, and meditation in the street.
Sunday Social (July 29 @ The Bentway)
It's a party under the highway inside this reclaimed space, complete with drinks, games, food, and a performance by the Canadian National Brass Project.
Promise Cherry Beach (July 29 @ Cherry Beach)
Cool down and chill out at this good-vibes-only beach party. This week is all about deep house grooves with Brooklyn's Justin Van Der Volgen.
Toronto Pin and Patch Show (July 29 @ The Great Hall)
Looking to express yourself through pin or patch? Local makers will be selling handmade pins and embroidered patches made by the artists.
Waste Land (July 29 @ Christie Pits)
This week's edition of Cinematic Cities takes us to the edge of Rio de Janeiro, where the world's largest landfill transforms into a work of art.
Backyard Barbecue Party (July 29 @ Track & Field Bar)
Get into some corn hole, hit the crokinole and have a bite this game bar's backyard barbecue with all the meats, cocktails, music, and prizes.
Momo Crawl (July 29 @ Multiple Venues)
Parkdale's Little Tibet is hosting its annual Momo crawl dedicated to the beloved little dumplings at various spots all over the neighbourhood.
Girl Gang Cabarets (July 29 @ Painted Lady)
Feminist artist come together for this inclusive cabaret party featuring Janice Jo Lee, Bethany Daniels, Niki Nikita and Claire Mortifee.
Shangela is Shook (July 29 @ Opera House)
Drag queen extraordinaire Shangela is stopping in Toronto as part of her North American one-woman comedy tour.
To Catch a Thief (July 29 @ Revue Cinema)
Host Nathalie Atkinson and menswear expert Pedro Mendes take a look at the fashions that made this Alfred Hitchcock classic so memorable.
by Lisa Power via blogTO