As warm turns to cold, there's still time to enjoy the outdoors at events in Toronto today. PS Kensington is back with a full day of festivities and there's a pug grumble in the park. Wu Tang Clan is performing for free and there's free ice cream to be had.Events you might want to check out:
Pedestrian Sundays (September 30 @ Kensington Market)
With the weather getting cooler, the second-last PS Kensington is on for you to get your fill of food, music, performances and games in the street.
Pug Grumble (September 30 @ Trinity Bellwoods Dog Bowl)
Sunday Funday in the park is about to get better with an influx of squishy-faced, curly-tailed doggies during this big meeting of the pugs.
88rising (September 30 @ RBC Echo Beach)
A showcase of Kpop talent arrives with some of 88rising's artist collective performing, including Rich Brian, Keith Ape, Joji, HigherBrothers and more.
Cauldron Ice Cream Grand Opening (September 30 @ Cauldron Ice Cream)
Flowered ice cream is in, and Cauldron has the Insta-worthy beauties ready upon their arrival in Toronto this weekend, plus a free ice cream give-away.
Neck Deep (September 30 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
Pop punk is a mood this weekend with Neck Deep, who wear their heart on their sleeve when singing about the all the usual angsty goodness.
Oktoberfest Pig Roast (September 30 @ Earlscourt BBQ)
An all-you-can-eat pig roast is on in celebration of the old country, served up alongside German-themed sides and drinks.
Nitro Circus (September 30 @ Scotiabank Arena)
High-flying motorcycles take over the Scotiabank Arena to soar over giant dunes during this FMX, BMX, scooter and inline extravaganza.
Wu-Tang Clan (September 30 @ Rebel)
One of the most legendary rap groups brings the pain to Toronto as part of the Never Jaded arts series and a totally free concert.
Toronto Vintage Clothing Show (September 29-30 @ Queen Elizabeth Building, Exhibition Place)
It's not too late to check out hand-picked vintage clothes from all over the country, including rare, designer and unique finds.
Toronto Antique and Vintage Market (September 29-30 @ Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place)
There's still another day to take in vintage everything from designer clothing, gadgets, furniture, housewares, art, vinyl and books.
by Lisa Power via blogTO