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Sunday, July 29, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

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

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