Toronto Events Listing for August 14 - August 16, 2015I can't believe it's the weekend again! Is it just me or is the summer just flying by?! Hopefully the weather is nice and warm as there are plenty of outdoor events happening in Toronto this weekend!
Here are my top picks for fun and fabulous events across the city!:
Habari Africa starts today and runs until Sunday at the Harbourfront Centre. Enjoy live music, food, dancing, and live entertainment celebrating African Culture.
Saturday marks the end of the Pan/Parapan Am Madness! The closing ceremony for the Parapan Am Games will be happening at Nathan Phillips Square with plenty of live entertainment and fireworks!
Crowds will be flocking to The York-Eglinton International Street Festival which will feature a petting zoo, food vendors and plenty of live entertainment, and tons more!
Love Bollywood? Then you'll want to head to Gerrard Street in Little India to enjoy The Festival of South Asia.
Open Streets TO takes over a chunk of the downtown core. Bloor Street from Spadina to Parliment and Yonge Street from Bloor to Queen Street will be closed to traffic. Expect alot of outdoor physical activities!
Exhibits & Culture:
Now that The Pan/Parapan Am Games are coming to an end, so is Panamania. Although Sunday is the last day to see some of the great art and shows, several are running past August 16 like the amazing projects at The Power Plant Gallery!
MOCCA will be closing it's doors soon on Queen Street West! Don't miss out on saying Bon Voyage by visiting their last exhibit by Dean Baldwin!
Theatre & Music:
SummerWorks is ending on Sunday. Don't miss a chance to catch some great live entertainment!
Food & Drink:
Your sweet tooth will love a visit to Sweetery Toronto! This two day Sweets Food Festival will offer all foods that are sweet from pastries to candy at Front and Portland Streets! Your dentist is going to love you!
The Waterfront Night Market begins Friday and runs until Sunday. Taking place in the parking lot of T & T Cherry Street Supermarket, it will feature over 100 food and retail vendors.
P.s!: The Rogers Cup is still happening with plenty of opportunities to Tennis Star Gaze until Sunday!