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17 Fun Things To Do This Weekend In Toronto

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17 Fun Things To Do This Weekend In Toronto

The weekend is finally here and we are ready to have some fun!

If you don't already have plans we can definitely help you out! There is always something happening in the city, and this weekend (August 5th - 7th) is no exception!  Be sure to check out a few of these activities that will be available to you in the next couple of days!

1. Try some new food at Taste Of The Danforth

2. Go on a late night adventure with your friends

3. Bike around Toronto Island

4. Go on a GTA day trip and explore your surroundings

5. Attend Boots and Hearts Music Festival

6. Check out some Caribbean cuisine at Toronto's Jerkfest (Sunday)

7. Check out The Toronto Youth Shorts Film Festival

9. Window shop at Kensington Market

10. Enjoy a picnic at Trinity Bellwoods Park

11. Catch up on your summer reading

12. Go coffee shop hopping with your BFF

13. Have dinner on a Toronto Patio with your bae

14. Check out the Chihuly Exhibit at The ROM

15. Get an adrenaline rush checking out some of Toronto's urban legends

16. Catch a sunset at the Scarborough Bluffs

17. Feel classy touring a Toronto winery or brewery

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