If you care about the environment, consider checking out this Eco Parade, which aims to raise awareness about the impact overconsumption has on the environment. Everyone is welcome, and participants are invited to join in by walking, biking, or even dancing. Costumes made from pre-owned, borrowed, or salvaged materials are encouraged—but wearing plain clothes is fine, too. The parade route begins at Trinity Bellwoods Park and ends at Harbourfont Centre. Click here to register as an individual or a group.
Summer might be wrapping up, but there are still plenty of things to do in the great outdoors. For instance, there’s the Port Lands Sensory Walk. The walk starts at the southeast corner of the Cherry Street bridge. You can also do it on your own time—flags and signs will be in place until the end of October.