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21 Fun Things To Do This Weekend In Toronto

Sept. 23rd - 25th 2016
21 Fun Things To Do This Weekend In Toronto

It's finally the weekend, which means sleeping in, staying up late, and hopefully lots of wine!

For those of you who have not planned out your weekend yet, we have you covered.  We have compiled an awesome list of activities that you can do in Toronto this weekend.

Celebrate, relax and indulge, you deserve it! Happy Friday Toronto. :)

1. Grab a Slurpee for only 50 cents this Friday at all 7/11 locations

2. Experience a cuteness overload at the Toronto Pug Grumble on Sunday

3. Throw it back to the 2000's at Sneaky Dees 2000's Dance Party

4. Shop local at Etsy's Made In Canada show

5. Get outside and visit one of these awesome waterfalls in the GTA

6. Take advantage of the beautiful weather and take a trip to the Toronto Islands

7. Geek out at Toronto's Pokemon Go tournament at High Park

8.  Soak up the last of the Summer sun at Lavalle's rooftop pool

9. Grab some super fresh options at the Toronto AppleTree Market

10. Enjoy a latte on Early Bird's Patio

11. Check out some local art at the Liberty Village Market

12. Get tipsy at Her Father's Cider Bar

13. Treat yourself to some pampering at Her Majesty's Pleasure

14. Catch up on your homework at the Toronto Reference library

15. Have a lowkey Sunday playing board games at Snakes and Lattes

16. Catch a hockey game at Toronto's World Cup of Hockey Fan Village

17. Go thrifting for the perfect fall wardrobe in Kensington Market

18. Kick-back and relax in a Muskoka chair at Sugar Beach

19. Indulge in Toronto's nitrogen infused ice cream at Eative

20. Go on a boat cruise around the Toronto Island

21. Cure your hangover with some healthy treats at the Grow Op

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