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Riverdale Farm & High Park Zoo Are Reopening This Weekend & Here's What To Expect

Admission is free!

The City of Toronto has just announced that Riverdale Farm and High Park Zoo will be reopening their outdoor grounds to the public on Saturday, June 19.

At Riverdale farm, you'll find a ton of adorable farm animals and it's open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Meanwhile, the High Park zoo features llamas, reindeer, the cutest cows ever, and so much more. The zoo is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Both attractions have free admission.

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Ontario Place Is Reopening & There Are Actually So Many Things To Do Now

You can rent a Sea-Doo soon or visit the drive-in!

If you're ready to dive head-first into summer fun, you're in luck. Ontario Place is officially ready to welcome Ontarians back as they start to reopen a variety of activities on the waterfront.

Starting in June, there will be a whole bunch of COVID-friendly things to do like a drive-in theatre that will open its doors on June 18. There will also be a "Vista Eatery" with food and drinks for you to enjoy while you overlook Lake Ontario.

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A Wedding Planner Just Revealed The 6 Most Romantic Spots To Propose In Toronto

Take it to the next level with your bae.

Toronto wedding planner Carmen Luk, of Devoted To You, gave Narcity the inside scoop on the best spots to pop that big question in the 6ix.

Luk told Narcity that when it comes to planning the perfect proposal, you need to have a good cover story on why you may be going somewhere out of the ordinary.

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Toronto’s Pinkest Vintage Furniture Shop Is Having A Massive Yard Sale This Weekend

So many items will be $30 or less!

If you're on the hunt for affordable vintage decor for your home, Toronto's pinkest furniture shop will have your needs sorted this Saturday.

In collaboration with Second Voyage Vintage, The Apartment will be hosting a neighbourhood vintage street sale in between 238 Queen St. E. and 246 Queen St. E., and both stores will have goods to peruse outdoors.

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Monstrous Waiting Lists & Cocktails: Here’s What You Can Expect When Toronto Nail Salons Reopen

One salon already has 225 people in line for an appointment!

It has been a long time since anyone in Toronto has been able to treat themselves to a day at the salon. If you've been growing increasingly desperate, wondering when Ontario's nail salons will reopen, you'll be glad to know there's finally a light at the end of the tunnel.

When Ontario moves into step two of its Roadmap to Reopening, personal care services like nail salons will be allowed to reopen at 25% capacity, with a maximum of five people. The current guidelines call for at least 21 days between each step, and since the province hit step one on June 11, this means you may be able to get a fresh manicure as early as July 2.

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7 Strawberry Fields Around Toronto Where You Can Pick Your Own Fresh Fruit

It's strawberry season! 🍓

There's nothing like the taste of freshly picked strawberries, and you can find some for yourself at these farms around Toronto.

Many places are welcoming visitors back with safety restrictions, so start dreaming of strawberry jam, pie, and more.

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