Lying around, doing laundry and Pedestrian Sundays are all part of events in Toronto today. Elsewhere, there's still another day of Korean Harvest Festival, Tamil Fest and more barbecue and beers than you can handle.Events you might want to check out:
Pedestrian Sundays (August 26 @ Kensington Market)
Kensington goes carless for the day to make space for food, dancing, music, makers and meditation in the street.
Miguel (August 26 @ RBC Echo Beach)
R&B star Miguel has been making waves with his Ascension tour and returns to Toronto to perform alongside homegrown duo DVSN.
Promise Cherry Beach (August 26 @ Cherry Beach)
This week's electro beach party shines, featuring Toronto's own Kenny Glasgow on decks alongside a surprise international guest DJ.
Toronto Artisan Market (August 26 @ Trinity Bellwoods)
Since you're probably heading to Bellwoods anyway, heads up that there's a big curated market featuring arts and crafts by local makers.
Lucha Libre Wrestling (August 26 @ Lee's Palace)
Wild, death-defying and off-the-wall wrestling is going down as "Swerve" Shane Strickland puts on one heck of a show.
Celebration of Improv (August 26 - September 1 @ Social Capital Theatre)
It's an improv extravaganza as over 300 performers take the stage during 30 shows during this week-long celebration of improv.
Korean Harvest Festival (August 24-26 @ Mel Lastman Square)
There's still lots of celebrations ahead for this big festival. Traditional foods, performances, activities and more are all happening throughout the day.
Tamil Fest (August 25-26 @ Markham Road)
Another day of all things Tamil culture, food, arts and entertainment is on, along with exhibits, kid's programming and performances.
Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Fest (August 24-26 @ Ontario Place)
More barbecue hits the grill for a final day of brews, bourbon and cocktails served up alongside live music, axe throwing and bull riding. Giddy-up!
Lost Episode Fest (August 24-26 @ Carlton Cinema)
It's not too late to check out a bunch of thriller, fantasy, horror, sci-fi and animation films and shorts before this film festival wraps up for another year.
by Lisa Power via blogTO