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Saturday, September 28, 2019

10 free things to do in Toronto this October

Free events in Toronto for October 2019 have already got their costume ready as Halloween on Church returns with a huge street party. There's no shortage of fall festivities on while Nuit Blanche is back. The last PS Kensington is on and there's a poutine eating championship.

Events you might want to check out:

World Press Photo (October 1-23 @ Brookfield Place)
Striking and visually-arresting images of people and places all over the world are being shown at this annual photojournalism exhibition.
Nuit Blanche (October 5-6 @ Multiple Venues)
Dress warm for this big all-night art festival with works and installations stationed across the city, including tributes to the Raptors, plus lots more.
Leaside Block Party (October 5 @ Trace Manes Park)
The village of Leaside is ready to party with a day of fun that includes food, drinks, music, entertainment and more in support of Holland Bloorview Hospital.
Apple Fest (October 5 @ Bayview Avenue)
It's all about apples at this family-friendly festival with activities that celebrate the season, including apple decorating, music, face-painting and more.
Really Really Free Market (October 5 @ Campbell Park)
There's no need to bring your money to this market where everything is free. It's here you can pick up used items of all sorts without spending a dime.
Pumpkinfest (October 12-14 @ Downsview Park)
The fall festivities are in full-effect at this fest with a day of outdoor activities, food, shopping and the opportunity to pick yourself up a big orange buddy.
Smoke’s Poutine Eating Championship (October 19 @ Yonge-Dundas Square)
It's an all-day block party as Smoke's brings the poutine-eating champions of the world to the stage amongst a day of music, food, drinks and games.
Night of Dread (October 26 @ Dufferin Grove Park)
Don your best black-and-whites for an evening of outdoor performances with local artists putting on fearful pageantry, revels and mockery.
Pedestrian Sundays (October 27 @ Kensington Market)
The final PS Kensington is upon us and that means wearing a cozy sweater for a day of car-free fun in the streets, including music, meditation and games.
Halloween on Church (October 31 @ Church Street)
Some of the best costumes of the year can be seen at this big Halloween block party with folks taking to the streets to show off their creative outfits.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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