I love walking on streets usually dominated by cars and trucks. It’s even better when there are lots of things to see, do and eat. They are great places to see multicultural Toronto. Count the different nationalities in each and let me know. Ruth
June 11. Dundas West Festival. Dundas Street West between Lansdowne and Ossington. This festival is paired with the Little Portugal BIA so that you can roam across 12 city blocks with their 3 stages, 6 busker areas, over 40 patios, and shopping at over 200 different vendors. There’s also food and music and special activities for children. Dundaswestfest.ca.
June 18. The Junction Summer Solstice. Dundas Street West between Keele and Runnymede. Thejunctionsummersolstice.com
June 25-26. Our largest Asian street festival. Kennedy Rd. between Steeles Ave. and Clayton Drive. Free shows, live entertainment, on site cooking demonstration, dancing, overseas Chinese Stars, Martial Arts, Bollywood, etc. http://bit.ly/24EQ2mg
June 26, July 31, August 28, September 25, October 30. Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market – noon-7pm. Kensington Market, Augusta south of College. Pskensington.ca.
June 26, 11am-6pm. The 20TH Annual Annex Family Festival. Bloor Street West from Spadina to Bathurst. Attractions Include children’s village with a pirate ship, giant chess game, sidewalk chalk drawing and bubbles; Frozen characters – Elsa, Anna and Kristof; buskers; over 120 craft and specialty food vendors; fitness demos; parade with marching bands, skateboard and scooter demonstrations, etc.http://mnjcc.org/aff/ or call 416-924-6211 X121.
Featured image from Dundas West Festival Copyright ©2016 Ruth Lor Malloy