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Saturday, September 28, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Sunday Funday is here and events in Toronto give you the chance to spend lots of money or none at all while the Science Centre and MOCA open their doors for free and there's a big arts market and flea. It's the last day to get yourself some fried chicken, and PS Kensington is back.

Events you might want to check out:

Community Sundays (September 29 @ MOCA Toronto)
The MOCA is once again opening its doors for a free day of fun in the contemporary art museum with exhibitions all over the space.
Daniel Casear (September 29 @ Budweiser Stage)
This is the second of two shows for Toronto's own R&B star as he returns to perform some of his gorgeous and soulful tunes.
OCAD Artist Alley (September 29 @ OCAD University)
OCAD artists and alumni are on hand with art works in all mediums at this big art sale that includes illustrations, photography, sculpture and crafts.
Pedestrian Sundays (September 29 @ Kensington Market)
It's the second-last PS Kensington of the year and that means bringing a sweater for this day of car-free fun, food, music, games and entertainment.
Secondhand Sunday (September 29 @ Multiple Venues)
It's always a good time to declutter and this huge, city-wide clearout is happening as people put out unwanted items for others to take.
Leslieville Flea (September 29 @ Stackt Market)
The Leslieville Flea is on the move again and popping up at Stackt for a day of curated local goods and a special focus on vintage items.
Rice (September 29 @ Rivoli)
Comedian Leonard Chan headlines this edition of this comedy show, with a focus on Asian comedians from all over the country.
Ontario Science Centre Community Weekend (September 28-29 @ Ontario Science Centre)
There's still another day to check out this Science Centre for free as it opens its doors in celebration of its 50th birthday.
Fried Chicken Fest (September 28-29 @ Erindale GO Station)
It's the last day to dig into some crispy fried chicken from Dirty Bird, Five Points, Burning Fridays and more as this new festival finishes up today.
Toronto Vintage Clothing Show (September 28-29 @ Enercare Centre)
Clothing from the 1920s to 1980s, accessories, handbags, jewellery, menswear and designer vintage are all on for a final day at this big show.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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