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24 Fun Things To Do This Weekend In Toronto

Cheers to the weekend!
24 Fun Things To Do This Weekend In Toronto

The weekend is here and we are ready to have some fun!  If you haven't already made plans, we can definitely help you out! There is always something happening in the city, and this weekend (June 3rd - 5th) is no exception!  Be sure to check out a few of these 24 activities that will be available to you in the next couple of days!

1. Attend the Toronto Mac and Cheese Festival

2. Check out one of the city's beautiful pools

3. Do some summer reading

4. Check out the tattoo exhibit at the ROM

5. Attend a Jay's Game

6. Go patio hopping with your squad

7. Grab tickets to Field Trip Festival and enjoy a day of music

8. Celebrate multiculturalism at Diversity Fest (Sunday)

9. Go for a stroll at the Riverdale Art Walk

10. Watch a Toronto sunset

12. Go for an awesome bike ride

13. Go for an iced coffee date

14. Soak up the sun on one of Toronto's beaches

15. Pretend you're on Vaycay and visit a Toronto Tiki Bar!

16. Enjoy the outdoors with a round of golf

17. Go see a free outdoor movie at Christie Pits Park (Sunday)

18. Visit the High Park Zoo

19. Attend the Smart Phone Film Festival 

20. Get your adrenaline pumping with one of these cool activities

 21. Head to the cottage and play some drinking games

22. Go on a date with your bae for under 10 dollars

23. Take some instas at Allan Gardens

24. Cool off at Splash Works

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