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19 Fun Things To Do In Toronto This Weekend

Now that it's finally Friday, it's time to relax and take advantage of everything Toronto has to offer. Luckily, living in the biggest city in Canada has its perks since there is always something to do.

It's easy to stay in bed, surf Instagram, and sleep all weekend but where is the fun in that? As the old saying goes, we can sleep when we're dead and that means we can have a good time while we're still kicking. So get out there and enjoy a workshop, a dance party, or just a nice cup of coffee. The world is your oyster!

Don't you dare waste this weekend! Here are 19 fun things to do, so grab your friends, family, boyfriend, girlfriend, best friend, we don't care! Just get out there and make some memories.

Go and checkout the last Long Winter event at The Gladstone Hotel for music, art, comedy and more!

Unwind after the work week at Block Party, an event for networking and enjoying a drink (or two).

Celebrate the best day of the year, National Cheesesteak Day, at Philthy Philly's and get a cheesesteak for only $5!

Take a trip to one of these must-visit 17 coffee shops for an afternoon pick-me-up.

Head to Church Bistro to participate in their Chili Pepper Challenge and see if you can take the heat for a free dinner.

Calling all the single ladies,  shake it out at the Bey Bey vs. RiRi Dance Party hosted by Studio Bar.

Enjoy the Art Viewing: Galleries of Bloor and Lansdowne Art District to explore new art and culture.

Take a road trip to check out this creepy tunnel that is definitely among the most haunted spots in Ontario.

If you love wieners check out Hot Dawg Lane for some veggie dogs and Miami-inspired fun!

Don't miss the opportunity to learn the dance choreography to this 90's hit at Britneyfield: Baby One More Time dance class!

Dress up for a good cause at the Save Our Scruff event for a night full of cocktails and live entertainment.

Go out to try something new and get some hipster AF foods at one of these 16 spots!

Spring clean your life at the Avazera Free Spring Yoga and Nutrition Detox workshop but make sure you bring your own mat!

Get truly Canadian during the Urban Sugar Shack to learn about Canada's customs and enjoy a sweet treat.

Step up your Insta game and take some pictures at the 28 most Instagrammable spots in Toronto.

Celebrate spring with Goorin Bros Spring Kick-Off event and enjoy some Havana Club Seven cocktails!

Join host Ivy Knight during Black Coffee and Pie, a series of talks about issues facing today's world, plus coffee and pie is on the house.

Check out one of these 9 Toronto bars based on what kind of music you like to listen too.

See some amazing prints at the Old Book and Paper Show hosted by Artscape Wychwood Barns.

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