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CULTURE: South Asian Heritage Month wraps up with RBC desiFEST, a celebration of Canadian South Asian culture. The festival will include more than twenty performers featuring music, dance, contemporary indo-jazz fusion, and world music. Singer-songwriter and Calgary native Raghav headlines the show. Yonge-Dundas Square (2 Dundas Street East), 11 a.m.–11 p.m., FREE.
COMMUNITY: Put your foot down at the First Annual Leslieville Stomp. This neighbourhood-wide party will feature resident yard sales and special offers and discounts from local businesses. Get there early at 9:30 a.m. for a free yoga class at Seven Seeds Yoga Studio or head to Leslieville Cheese Market for a free grilled cheese sandwich finger. Leslieville (Queen Street East), 8 a.m.–5 p.m., FREE.
SALE: Textileophiles will take delight in the wide selection of discounted yardages, yarns, patterns, quilt fabrics, notions, and crafts at the Textile Museum’s annual More Than Just a Yardage Sale. The event, which is a major fundraiser for the museum, is organized and run by dedicated volunteers. Textile Museum of Canada (55 Centre Avenue), 10 a.m.–1 p.m., FREE.
ARCHITECTURE: Join Derek Boles, chair of the Union Station Revitalization Public Advisory Group and chief historian of the Toronto Railway Heritage Centre, for a tour of Union Station, as part of the Festival of Architecture and Design (fAd). Union Station (65 Front Street West), 11 a.m.–1:15 p.m., $10.
MUSIC: Concert pianist Eve Egoyan (you guessed it, Atom’s sister) performs songs from her new album, Simple Lines of Enquiry, by Canadian composer Ann Southam. Tonight is a CD release celebration and world premiere concert of this collection. Enwave Theatre, Harbourfront Centre (231 Queen’s Quay West), 8 p.m., $12–15.