The weekend is almost over but there's still another day of events in Toronto as Kensington Market goes car-free for the first Pedestrian Sunday of the season. Elsewhere, Florence + The Machine is here and there's a big gluten-free food festival.Events you might want to check out:
Pedestrian Sundays (May 26 @ Kensington Market)
Music, food, art, shopping, activities and more are all part of this annual street festival that sees Kensington go car-free for the day.
Community Sundays (May 26 @ MOCA)
Take a tour through Toronto's newest contemporary museum totally free of charge as the MOCA opens for free this weekend.
Florence and the Machine (May 26 @ Budweiser Stage)
It's all cosmic love with ethereal charm as Florence + The Machine is once again making their way to Toronto for a night of artsy pop hits.
Gluten Free Garage (May 26 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Get your fill of gluten-free goodies at this huge market with an afternoon of food demos, samples, drinks, guest speakers and over 65 vendors.
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea (May 26 @ The Great Hall)
It's the spring edition of this huge market with food, drinks and local artisans selling gifts, clothing, beauty products, art and lots more.
Garrison Spring Flea (May 26 @ The Garrison)
The Garrison and Black Diamond Vintage are teaming up for a day of vintage finds from local dealers and makers amongst music, food and drinks.
Jewish Music Week (May 26 - June 2 @ Multiple Venues)
From Israeli pop to Yiddish theatre music, this festival serves as a celebration of all Jewish music with a week of performances happening all over.
Woofstock (May 25-26 @ Woodbine Park)
There's still another day for dogs, their owners and admirers to gather and bask in doggy cuteness among food, drinks, activities and shopping.
Anime North (May 24-26 @ Multiple Venues)
It's the last day for this huge annual anime festival devoted to Japanese culture with manga, music, games, special guests, performances and more.
Doors Open (May 25-26 @ Hart House)
This year's Open Doors is wrapping up for another year, but not before you can explore inside of some of the city's most interesting buildings.
by Lisa Power via blogTO