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Wed, Aug 21Thu, Aug 22Fri, Aug 23Sat, Aug 24 running until... Sun, Sep 1

Times : 11:00am - 8:00pm
Oh Buoy! Tall Ships® are setting sail for Ontario this summer. From June 29 - September 1, TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE® ONTARIO will bring a fleet of historic tall ships to five ports throughout the province. Tour these beautiful vessels and enjoy live entertainment and nautical activities ashore.

Pirate Life 2019

Wed, Aug 21Thu, Aug 22Fri, Aug 23Sat, Aug 24 running until... Sun, Oct 13

Times : 9:30, 10:15, 11:30, 12:45, 2:00, 3:15, 4:30
Family Theatre Cruise... with PIRATES!

Pretty Elevated by Irisa Pop-Up at Stackt Market

Wed, Aug 21Thu, Aug 22Fri, Aug 23Sat, Aug 24 running until... Sun, Sep 22

Times : 10AM-11PM
Come visit Pretty Elevated by Irisa at Stackt Market - a first-of-its-kind community collective and pop-up with curated retail, workshops and a co-working space created to empower and amplify local women-led businesses. Opening on August 15th, the Pretty Elevated pop-up at Stackt Market will feature a rotating selection of local women-owned businesses who are at different stages of their entrepreneurial journeys and looking to scale up. Each entrepreneur will be given the opportunity to activate in the Pretty Elevated space for two weeks rent-free to promote their business and grow their customer base.

Kensington Market Food & Culture Tour

Sat, Aug 24Sat, Aug 31Sat, Sep 7Sun, Sep 8 running until... Sat, Nov 30

Times : 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Food Walking Tour in Kensington Market


Sat, Aug 24Sun, Aug 25Sat, Aug 31Sun, Sep 1 running until... Sun, Sep 29

Times : Saturday 10am - 11am and Sunday 11am - 12pm
Saturday from 10 AM – 11 AM Sunday from 11 AM – 12 PM Wednesdays – Sunset (check online for exact time)

Downtown Desserts & Culture Tour

Sat, Aug 24Sun, Aug 25Sat, Aug 31Sat, Sep 7 running until... Sun, Dec 15

Times : 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Dessert Walking Tour


Sun, Aug 25Sun, Sep 1Sun, Sep 8Sun, Sep 15 running until... Sun, Sep 29

Sons of Anarchy Viewing Party at Bar Stray

Sun, Aug 25Sun, Sep 1Sun, Sep 8Sun, Sep 15 running until... Sun, Oct 27

Times : 9:30pm-12:00am
Every Sunday this riding season, starting June 23rd, Bar Stray will host a Sons of Anarchy viewing party!

The Art of Zhen Shan Ren (Truth, Compassion, Tolerance) International Exhibition

Mon, Aug 26Tue, Aug 27Wed, Aug 28Thu, Aug 29 running until... Sun, Sep 1

Times : Weekdays: 7:30am-9:30pm, Weekends: 8:00am-6:00pm
An intimate journey of the inner spiritual life of people facing an outer human rights tragedy that is taking place today. Artists featured in this exhibition aspire to share the universal principles of Truth, Compassion and Tolerance through authentic art with the world.


Tue, Aug 27Tue, Sep 3Tue, Sep 10Tue, Sep 17 running until... Tue, Nov 26

Times : 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Toronto's new pub trivia night has just launched in the historic Distillery District. Test your knowledge and challenge your friends every Tuesday at Flipside Donuts Cafe & Bar. 

Reverie | Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann & Beth James

Fri, Aug 30Wed, Sep 4Thu, Sep 5Fri, Sep 6 running until... Fri, Sep 27

Times : 11 am - 5 pm & by appointment.
Art Exhibition

Escape this 90s Sitcom!

Sun, Sep 1

Times : 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Test your knowledge on Seinfeld, The Simpsons, Friends, Fresh Prince and other hit sitcoms of the 90s to escape these rooms.

Desiree McKenzie Truth As You Know It: A Writing Workshop & Poetry Reading

Tue, Sep 3

Times : 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
So often, when people are told they are going to write poetry, they respond with, “I don’t have anything deep to say,” “Shakespeare like, ruined my life in high school” or the classic, “I can’t rhyme!” “Truth as you know it” will strip away these expectations and misconceptions about what poetry should be, and boil it down to one thing: what you know to be true. In the time set, I’ll we’ll explore a series of exercises, discussions, and challenges that will educate them on the art of spoken word poetry and how it can be used in many ways to tell a story - most importantly - their own unique one. Whether it’s about their dog, cat, best friend, ex, soon-to-be-ex, family, or mental health – we’ll explore how to identify said truths and find ways to write about them in a creative and compelling way. My goal is to make everyone leave the workshop feeling like they have a new way to express themselves in their back pocket, a new appreciation for who they are and a desire to tell their story, no matter the content that fills its pages After the workshop writers will have a chance to read their new work, or any past writing they want to share. Bring a notebook and pen! This is a 19+ event, please bring ID

The Chang School's Fall 2019 Open House and Information Sessions

Thu, Sep 5

Times : 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM EDT
Chang School Open House

Veg Food Fest

Fri, Sep 6Sat, Sep 7Sun, Sep 8

Times : 12-9
Celebrating 35 years of living life on the veg!

Killer B Cinema Presents: 3 Dev Adam

Fri, Sep 6

Times : 8 pm to 11:30 pm
Killer B Cinema is back! The September Killer B Cinema movie will be 3 Dev Adam! We will also have a cartoon or short and all for the low, low price of $5. See you at See-Scape!

Reverie | Opening Reception

Sat, Sep 7

Times : 2 pm - 5 pm
Art Exhibition

Perfect 10 Presents: Saturday At Comedy Bar | Sept 7th

Sat, Sep 7

Times : 10:30pm - 12:30am
’’Saturday At Comedy Bar’ returns September 7th. With humble beginnings in 2008 'Perfect 10 Comedy' is coming up on 11 years at the famed Comedy Bar with some of Canada's Funniest Pro Comedians!


Sat, Sep 7Sun, Sep 8

Cabbagetown Festival

Sat, Sep 7Sun, Sep 8

Times : 11am - 8pm Saturday 11am-7pm Sunday
There’s something for everyone! Everything fantastic about the Cabbagetown Festival – the ‘Made in Canada’ vendors, incredible food, rocking bands, patios and swinging ensembles – will be back again this year! The Festival offers something for everyone and every taste and includes an interactive Kids Zone featuring special entertainers and activities. For more information about events, vendors, and how to get involved as a vendor, sponsor, or volunteer, please visit us at

Fan Appreciation Game: Toronto Wolfpack vs. Leigh Centurions

Sat, Sep 7

Times : 1:00pm-3:30pm
Toronto Wolfpack, the world’s first transatlantic professional sports team, has brought the Rugby League Championship back to Toronto for 2019. Fans will enjoy the Wolfpack’s renowned party atmosphere at Lamport Stadium, aka “the Den”. This includes a pre-game FanZone, famous pitchside Beer Garden and highly acclaimed family-friendly game day entertainment.

Fan Appreciation Game: Toronto Wolfpack vs. Leigh Centurions

Sat, Sep 7

Times : 1pm - 330pm
Fan Appreciation Day at the Den

Humber by Canoe

Sun, Sep 8

Mitsu | Sogetsu Ikebana Workshop

Mon, Sep 9

Times : 7:00pm - 9:00 pm
Learn the fundamentals of Sogetsu Ikebana. Mitsu will guide you through creating a Basic Upright Style arrangement. Sogetsu ikebana can be created anytime, anywhere, by anyone in any part of the world, and with any kind of material. Plants are the products of mother nature, but the basic principle of Sogetsu is “ikebana reflects the person who arranged it.” Flowers, no matter how beautiful, come from nature. Mitsu loves flowers. Founded by Caroline Bayliss, Nathalie Bayliss and Casey Marques Pereira, we use the aesthetic principles of Japanese Ikebana to create unconventional floral arrangements that reflect our collective passion for travel, fashion, art and culture. We incorporate unconventional methods and materials to create arrangements that animate and illuminate the spaces they inhabit. Founded by 3 best friends who share a love for all things natural, simple and beautiful. Join the Pretty Elevated by Irisa community @PrettyElevated and This is a 19+ event, ID will be checked at the door

Etobicoke Centennial Choir Open Rehearsal

Tue, Sep 10

Times : 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Interested singers are invited to attend an ECC open rehearsal to meet the director and sing with the choir during a typical rehearsal.

Connected Insurance Canada 2019

Tue, Sep 10Wed, Sep 11

Times : 08:00 to 16:00
As our lives become hyper-connected and customer expectations increase, insurance carriers must deliver more responsive, personalized and connected services. Connected Insurance Canada (September 10th - 11th, Toronto) will bring together innovation teams and business unit executives to redefine the risks and rewards of embedding technologies, exploring how technologies such as IoT, AI, blockchain and automation can help create valuable, relevant insurance products and services, delivered with a seamless customer experience. Join this industry-leading summit for exclusive insights on: - Insurance Analytics Canada: Discover Exactly Where And How AI Is Impacting Insurance: Drive business value with AI and advanced analytics and deliver truly omnichannel customer experience, value creation and automation - Product and Innovation Canada: Transform Product Development To Create Customer-Winning Products And Services: Boost product value with third-party relationships that plug the operational and technical gaps and provide personalized, relevant and valuable products - Connected Claims Canada: Put The Customer First: Design strategies and implement technologies to optimize claims, deliver greater accuracy and effectiveness and reduce human errors

Ashley Mulvihill | Art Collecting 101

Tue, Sep 10

Times : 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Ever wondered how to collect art? Join Ninth Edition founder, Ashley Mulvihill as she chats how to start an affordable art collection Ashley Mulvihill launched Ninth Editions to bring engaging artwork by contemporary, emerging artists to a broader audience. Ashley strives to open up the world of art to new collectors and make them feel more comfortable building their collection with original works. Fueled by a passion for working with emerging artists and motivated by the idea that everyone should have access to real art, Ninth Editions was launched to connect the two worlds. Currently based in Toronto, Ashley has a de- cade of experience working in the art world both locally and internationally. This is a 19+ event, ID will be checked at the door

DInner at the Farm in support of Black Creek Community Farm

Thu, Sep 12

Times : 6:00pm - 9:00pm
3nd Annual Fundraiser Event

April Wozny | The New Clean With Casie Stewart and Yamikani Msosa

Thu, Sep 12

Times : 6:00pm - 8:00pm
The New Clean | Explore a sober curious lifestyle APRIL WOZNY @aprilwozny April Wozny is an energetic Torontonian and advocate for mental health and addiction. Embedded in Toronto’s arts & culture and LGBTQ+ communities for over 15 years, April is the hostess of Toronto's monthly queer party, Business Woman's Special (BWS). Running almost 10 years strong, BWS is proud to be an inclusive party where all are welcome to be part of the West Queer West movement. By trade, she’s an event producer bringing, events to life with colour and energy by creating inventive, stylized environments for industry leaders. Facing her own battles with alcoholism and addiction, April is passionate about creating dialogue and community around sobriety that is inclusive, accessible, and relatable. Building sober confidence and energy is something she works on daily. Through the power of sharing experiences and stories, she hopes to empower her community to be confident in their sobriety or explore a sober curious lifestyle. Since embarking on her own clean and sober journey, April’s life has become abundant in more ways than she could have imagined. Her sober date is August 12, 2015. CASIE STEWART IG: @ casiestewart Over the past 3 years I’ve made a lifestyle change to drink less in an effort to be healthier mentally and physically. I’d spent years attending media events & previews where drinking was a big part of the culture. I didn’t want to have that life anymore. Learning about the Sober Curious movement inspired me, I don’t want to completely cut alcohol out of my life but having a positive relationship with it puts me in control. I’m now more comfortable going to events sober and not using alcohol to deal with my social anxiety. I feel lucky to live in Canada where cannabis is legal, alcohol makes you crazy, cannabis makes you interesting! YAMIKANI MSOSA IG: @unanonymouspodcast & @yamijmsosa Yamikani Msosa is a grassroots feminist anti-violence, anti-racist organizer, part-time equity & diversity consultant and movement-based practitioner. She is currently the Coordinator for Diversity and Inclusion, overseeing the Black Academic Success and Engagement (BASE) Initiative at Humber College. She completed her Master’s degree in Women and Gender Studies at Carleton University. Yamikani has been featured in Macleans Magazine, The Walrus, Chatelaine Magazine, Now Toronto. Currently, Yamikani sits on Advisory Council for the Equality Project at the University of Ottawa & is an advisory member of Match International Global Fund for Women. Yamikani has three babies, no really. The first is UBUNTU Consulting, which was founded in 2015 to focus on equity, anti-oppression and inclusion training and organizational development for grassroots organizations and non-profit agencies. The second is SEEDS Yoga a five-week series for folxs affected by sexual violence. SEEDS focuses on empowerment, community care and consent. The third is the bi-weekly podcast called Unanonymous, where she talks about all things related to sobriety with co-host Bailey Ried, as she is 4 years sober! This is a 19+ event, ID will be checked at the door

Web Unleashed 2019 - Toronto - Sept 13-14, 2019

Fri, Sep 13Sat, Sep 14

Times : 09:30 - 17:30
Two days, 5 tracks, 900 plus attendees at Canada's largest event dedicated to Web Developers of all levels and interests.

Mosaic's Focus Group

Fri, Sep 13

Times : 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Are you interested in community, how it is run, the opportunities for people to connect and to have input into the decisions that shape it? Do you have a) experiences of, b) points of view about, and c) a vision for our community that you wish to contribute?

Friday Night Jazz

Fri, Sep 13Fri, Oct 11Fri, Nov 8Fri, Dec 13

Times : 7 PM to 11 PM
Explore the waters of the world the second Friday of every month with live jazz music.

Fall Canadian Pet Expo

Sat, Sep 14Sun, Sep 15

Times : Sat 10am to 5pm | Sun 10am to 5pm

Canadian Reptile Breeders Expo 2019

Sat, Sep 14Sun, Sep 15

Times : 10am to 6pm Saturday, 10am to 5pm Sunday
September 14 & 15

RBC Race For The Kids

Sat, Sep 14

Times : The run starts at 7:30am and finishes at 12:00 pm
Charity run to support youth mental health services and the Family Navigation Project at Sunnybrook Hospital

Fall Fun Fair & Sale

Sat, Sep 14

Times : 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Fall Fun Fair & Sale

Markham Sports Day

Sun, Sep 15

Times : 11:00am-3:00pm
Get Out & Get Active!

Toronto Garlic Festival

Sun, Sep 15

Times : 9am to 5pm
Toronto Garlic Festival for everything garlic, including Ontario farmers selling garlic and chefs cooking with garlic.

Mystery & Magic at The Rec Room feat. Beyond Mental Borders

Sun, Sep 15Sun, Oct 20Sun, Nov 17Sun, Dec 15

Times : Doors at 7:00pm, Show at 8:00pm
Toronto's Biggest Magic Show


Sun, Sep 15Sun, Oct 6

Times : 10am-5pm
A Curated Flea Market in Toronto Selling Vintage and Handcrafted Goods

Better Living Golf Classic 2019

Mon, Sep 16

Times : 10 AM
Join us at beautiful Meadowbrook Golf & Country Club for 18 holes of golf to help raise money that helps to support our housing, programs and services to our clients.

Toronto For Tomorrow | Women City Builders

Tue, Sep 17

Times : 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
City building from a female perspective. A conversation with Carmen Douville, Jade Lee Hoy, Natasa Kajganic and Jacquelyn West. Natasa Kajganic is the founder of the Toronto Flower Market and aims to bring focus to the local flower industry through inspiring public floral installations and experiences. Jacquelyn West is an Artistic Director and Creative Placemaker based in Toronto. Co-Founder of So Good City, an engine providing new solutions for temporary public art, local culture, and urban nature in city neighbourhoods. Carmen Douville is an expert in creative industries, entrepreneurship, innovation and urbanism. She is currently supporting DesignTO as a Program Coordinator and consulting on various projects. Jade Lee Hoy is most passionate about empowering young people using arts, culture, and design thinking. Her past experience includes OCAD, Friends of the Pan Am Path and the Distillery District. This is a 19+ event, ID will be checked at the door

Meghan Yuri Young | The SAD Collective

Wed, Sep 18

Times : 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Chat with Meghan Yuri Young from The Sad Collective as she hosts a talk on mental health awareness. The Sad Collective is a community who firmly believes in the power of vulnerability. We believe in the freedom of crying, the strength in admitting we’re not always fine and the courage to seek support when it’s needed. Instead of being ashamed of our feelings, we wear them proudly on our sleeve, because let’s face it, we can’t do this alone. Not only does The Sad Collective strive to be a safe space for emotional expression — we hope to become a catalyst for conversation and action, with the goal of bringing mental health to the forefront of social consciousness. This is a 19 + event , ID will be checked at the door

ᐊᕙᑖᓂᑦ ᑕᒪᐃᓐᓂᑦ ᓄᓇᑐᐃᓐᓇᓂᑦ / Among All These Tundras

Wed, Sep 18Sun, Dec 8

Times : Wednesday; 12-8pm, Thursday&Friday: 12-7pm, Saturday&Sunday: 12-5pm
Among All These Tundras features contemporary art by Indigenous artists from around the circumpolar world.

The Walrus Talks The Future of Consumerism

Wed, Sep 18

Times : 7 PM
Join us in a conversation exploring trends and innovations in health care, technology, and more.

Tonya Papanikolov | Self-care through the Chakras

Thu, Sep 19

Times : 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The seven colours of the rainbow represent an alternative to our binary black-and-white consciousness.” Unfolding the petals of our inner world offers great insight and opportunity to self-examine ourselves, our life and everything we’ve created in our reality. This 1-hour workshop will be a colourful journey through the chakras. We’ll travel through each chakra’s location, basic issues, elements, rights, and both excessive and deficient characteristics as well as how to bring them into balance with activity, food, practices and more. Bring a notebook and pen! This is a 19+ event, ID will be checked at the door

TOK Toronto

Fri, Sep 20Sat, Sep 21Sun, Sep 22

Times : 10AM to 6PM
TOK Toronto, a free three-day symposium for writers and readers that will take place September 20-22, 2019. TOK, is the digital magazine for the non-profit organization Diaspora Dialogues which publishes fiercely honest, freshly original writing from our cities, and from around the world.

Kidney Walk - Toronto west

Sat, Sep 21

Times : Check in:10:00a.m. Walk:11;00a.m.
Kidney Foundation of Canada

Celebrity Battle of the BBQ

Sat, Sep 21

Times : 5pm-11pm
Ultimate BBQ competition with celebrity and Food Network Chefs in Support of Prostate Cancer Canada

World's Largest Grad School Tour is Coming to Toronto - Register for FREE

Sat, Sep 21

Times : 13:00 - 18:00
Register now to attend the largest Grad Tour in Toronto on Sat., Sept. 21 and meet with several top business schools! Register for this event for FREE to network, receive discounts, offers and more!

World's Largest MBA Tour is Coming to Toronto - Register for FREE

Sun, Sep 22

Times : 1:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Thee largest MBA Tour in San Francisco on Sun. Sept. 22nd

Chief Data Analytics Officers, Canada

Tue, Sep 24Wed, Sep 25

Times : 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Canada's Leading Event for Data and Analytics Professionals

Chief Data Analytics Officers & Influencers, Canada

Tue, Sep 24Wed, Sep 25

Times : 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Corinium is excited to announce the return of Chief Data Analytics Officers and Influencers (CDAOI), Canada to Toronto on September 24-25, 2019! Now in its 4th year, CDAOI Canada provides a platform for Canadian data and analytics leaders from across multiple industries to interact and network over the course of two days, giving participants the unique opportunity to share challenges and learn directly from one another. Our early confirmed speakers include industry leaders like: • Avgoustina Tchoutkina, Head of Analytics, The Chlorox Company • Christian Rodericks, Director of Analytics Architecture, Recipe Unlimited • Jamie McDougall, VP Business Intelligence and Anaalytics, Gore Mutual • Lori Bieda, Head of Analytics Centre of Excellence, Bank of Montreal • Karen Beckmann, Vice President Data Management, QuadReal Property Group • John Walsch, Chief Data Officer, Environment and Climate Change Canada • Tom Kavouras, Vice President of Business Intelligence and Analytics, FNF Canada • Pamela Snively, Chief Data and Trust Officer, Telus •Alexey Shlykov, Senior Director of Information and Analytics, Walmart Canada …and more! Don’t miss out on your chance to join them and more of Canada’s most influential data and analytics professionals!

LEAF Volunteer Orientation (Toronto)

Tue, Sep 24

Times : 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Want to help trees thrive in your community? Join LEAF’s Volunteer Orientation and learn how you can lend a helping hand. Opportunities include hands-on planting and stewardship, community outreach, event assistance and more.

King’s National Tree Day Community Planting

Wed, Sep 25

Times : 5:00PM-6:30PM
Celebrate National Tree Day! Join us for an evening of tree planting at the Township of King Municipal Building. Go home with your own native shrub! All ages welcomed for this family friendly event!

Refinery29 29Rooms: Expand Your Reality experience

Thu, Sep 26Sun, Oct 6

Times : 10:30AM - 10PM
Refinery29 is bringing its iconic 29Rooms immersive, pop-up event to Toronto for the first time, as part of a five-city tour.

Food Court Social in support of the George Brown College Foundation

Thu, Sep 26

Times : 7:00PM to 10:00PM
Fast becoming one of Toronto's most prestigious gourmet events, the George Brown College Foundations’ annual Food Court Social returns to George Brown College’s Waterfront Campus on September 26, 2019. This star-studded culinary affair brings together 15 of Toronto’s top chefs and culinary artists in support of students with mental health and addiction challenges attending George Brown’s Augmented Education program (Aug Ed).

Toronto Oktoberfest

Thu, Sep 26Fri, Sep 27Sat, Sep 28

Times : 6:00pm - 11:30pm
Want to experience a traditional Oktoberfest celebration? Toronto’s Oktoberfest is the closest you’re going to get without hopping on a plane to Germany!

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