Searching for new ways to explore Toronto’s diversity? Afrofest, which happens to be hitting the milestone of 25 years, is a weekend-long celebration of African music and culture. This festival includes non-stop dancing and music acts from various African musical groups in Canada as well as vendors, art displays, a drum stage, workshops, and much more.
The Annual Corso Italia Festival returns for a 15th year. This multicultural festival features food, live entertainment (including busker-style entertainers and musical acts), art, rides, and a sidewalk sale. Fun for the whole family! It takes place along St. Clair Avenue West between Dufferin Street and Lansdowne Avenue.
If you like free things (and who doesn’t really?) then you might want to calendar in the latest edition of the Really Really Free Market West Toronto. In stark contrast to traditional economic models, this market offers a chance for people to share goods, ideas, and skills with one another as well as get to know your community in the process.