Pack yourself some wet naps and get ready to dig in because events in Toronto today mark the start of a new fried chicken festival. It's not too late for one last party on the beach and there's two beer festivals on. The Ontario Science Centre is opening for free and there's a big vintage market.Events you might want to check out:
Sunnyside 21 (September 28 @ Sunnyside Pavilion & Cafe)
It's the last Sunnyside of the year before the chill sets in and Kenny Glasgow and Art Department are keeping things hot with the house on deck.
Etsy Made in Canada Market (September 28 @ MaRS Discovery District)
It's internet shopping come to life as 130 Toronto-based Etsy makers set up shop at MaRS to sell tons of home, lifestyle, gift and fashion goods an crafts.
Lady Beer Fest (September 28 @ Wychwood Barns)
Back again is this festival devoted to women brewers, vendors and artisans with a day of drinks, food, entertainment and a market.
Anarchist Bookfair (September 28 @ Centre for Social Innovation)
Anarchists and the anarchist-curious are all welcome at this book fair with speciality sellers, workshops, presentations, talks and more.
Witchstock (September 28 @ Bellwoods Brewery)
Witchstock is back to feature a ton of Ontario and Quebec brewers and some international labels, with a whole day of food and drinks.
Weyes Blood (September 28 @ Phoenix Concert Theatre)
With Joni Mitchell vibes in tow, psych indie rocker Weyes Blood's tunes take you on a trip through the cosmos and beyond with gentle, sleepy sounds.
Fried Chicken Fest (September 28-29 @ Erindale GO Station)
New this year is this finger lickin' festival, featuring a ton of fried chicken goodies in every flavour, plus lots of other sweet and savoury treats.
Vintage Clothing Show (September 28-29 @ Enercare Centre)
Vintage collectors from all over the country are here to sell handpicked, used designer items like clothing, accessories, handbags, menswear and jewellery.
Antique and Vintage Market (September 28-29 @ Enercare Centre)
Vintage treasures are waiting to be found at this huge market with sellers from all over the province dropping by to feature unique items.
Ontario Science Centre Community Weekend (September 28-29 @ Ontario Science Centre)
The Ontario Science Centre is turning the big 5-0 and celebrating with a free weekend of fun that includes free admission and activities.
by Lisa Power via blogTO
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