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12 Super Fun Things In Toronto To Do For Free In July

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12 Super Fun Things In Toronto To Do For Free In July

It's the start of a new month, which means rent paid, bills paid, phone paid and very little income left over for good times. We all know the city is expensive, and money is tight in the summer when we're trying to have fun. 

READ MORE: 8 Reasons Why ​Toronto​​​ Is THE Best Place To Spend Your Summer

Luckily for all you Torontonians, there are tons of free events and things to do happening this month that you should take advantage of. 

Salsa on St Clair // Soul2Sole Latin Dance Company

The annual free salsa festival is back! Grab a partner and some dancing shoes and get wild!

When: July 8 & 9

Toronto Veggie Parade // Queens Park 

The 8th annual veggie parade kicks off this weekend! Celebrating the vegetarian and vegan lifestyle and promoting animal rights.

When: July 8th

Anatolia Festival 2017 // Dundas Square

This free festival happening in downtown Toronto is celebrating Turkish culture! Food, dancing and more!

When: July 9th

T.O. Food Fest 2017 // 5183 Sheppard Ave E

This free food festival will feature some of the tastiest creations from Toronto chefs.

When: July 9th

Yoga for Good // 215 King St W

This free yoga practice will take place at David Pecaut Square. Donations are accepted, and will go towards girls being able to attend school rather than spending 5-7 hours per day to collect water.

When: July 12th

Unity Festival 2017 - Dance Exhibition & Beatbox Battle // Underpass Park

Unity festival kicks off with a bang! Come enjoy an afternoon of culture and art!

When: July 14th

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition 2017 // 100 Queen St W

Canada’s largest and longest running outdoor art fair, Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, is back for its 56th year. Don't miss out!

When: July 14th - 16th

Young Professionals Networking by The Hip Haus // 15 Mercer St

This networking event for young professionals is completely free, and perfect for young people looking to kick start their careers.

When: July 19th

Under The Stars: Moana // 620 Dundas St E

Moana will be screening in Regent Park! Come enjoy the amazing animated film and outdoor event for free!

When: July 19th

Summer Vintage Crawl Toronto // Multiple Locations

Come check out the best vintage stores in the city! Hop from shop to shop and enjoy classic vintage pieces.

When: July 20th

Free Ukulele Workshop at AlohaFest // 5100 Yonge St

K Funk and Lady Ree, the infamous singing ukulele ladies of the TTC Subway, are teaching a free and outdoor beginner ukulele class. Come through!

When: July 29th

Shakespeare in High Park // High Park 

This annual Toronto event is something we all look forward to. This years plays are King Lear and Twelfth Night. This is a pay what you can event.

When: All Month

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