Even though classes may have started, the summer heat is still here. Enjoy the last few days of the hot weather over Labour Day weekend at Square One’s outdoor events and attractions. Try tasty treats from local vendors and check out the new pop-ups with the family. There are attractions all Summer long, so be sure to check it out!
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“Hot Grill Summer” Night Market – September 3-6
To celebrate “Hot Grill Summer” Square One is featuring 16 sizzling vendors including The Smoke Stop, Toro Grill, Meltdown Cheesery and Buster’s Sea Cove. Indulge in all types of comfort food ranging from smoked meats to funnel cakes. Enjoy music from Dj Versatile while you’re eating and making new memories with the family. If you’re looking to check out the new vendors you can stop by on Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 3 pm to midnight, and Monday from 2 pm to 11 pm.
Sugar Rush Immersive Experience – August 6 – September 6
If you’re looking for an IG-worthy location check out the life-sized Sugar Rush that spans 50,000 square feet in the North P6 Lot. They’re tons of one-of-a-kind art displays and installations that make it the perfect backdrop for photos. Guests can also enjoy live performances, see the custom parade floats, and have candy-powered interactions. You can even bring your pets, but hurry because there are only a few more days you can see it until it’s gone.
Aftermarket DRIVEN Car Show – September 18
This year the DRIVEN Aftermarket Car Show is taking place at Square One Shopping Centre. If you’re a car buff you can check out the fancy show cars and have the exhibitors tune your ride. There will also be celebrity automotive guests and a breakdance competition where you can show off your killer dance movies. The event takes place in the P1 parking deck on levels B & C between 1 and 7 pm.
District Kitchen Pop-Ups
Ensanemada – September 4-5
Ensanemada specializes in making brioche (a cross between a pastry and bread) with a special twist visitors can usually only find in Filipino bakeries. Made with fresh ingredients, no added preservatives, visitors can try a variety of unique flavours that they probably wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else. Visit Ensanemada in The District Kitchen on Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm and Sunday from 12 pm to 7 pm (while supplies last).
Major’s Cookies – September 6-12
If you’re a vegan with a sweet tooth then check out Major’s Cookies. With their simple but delicious recipes, try their soft-baked vegan cookies. Treat yourself to classic flavours and come back for as many you want! Major’s Cookies is open from Monday from 11 am to 6 pm, Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm and Sunday from 12 to 7 pm.
Reggie’s Rolls – September 24-25
If you’re a fan of Sri-Lankan food check out Reggie’s Rolls. Reggie’s Rolls is a family-owned caterer that serves authentic deep-fried Sri Lankan & Fusion rolls using a homemade recipe. The rolls are made from scratch with fresh ingredients and lots of flavours. The Sri Lankan rolls are made with a unique blend of spices from Jaffna. Reggie’s Rolls is open from 10 am to 8 pm (while supplies last).
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