The first full week of July is upon us and there are definitely some fun things happening this month. With life in the 6ix making a gradual return to normalcy, we’re sure that we’re not the only ones who have been enjoying summer so far. Patios, events and outdoor activities are all finally making a comeback. Want to find out more? Check out our list of things to do in Toronto this week.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week (July 5 – 9):
The popular theme and amusement park is back in business! Along with their usual attractions and rides, the park also has fun activities in store for visitors. Season passholders can make the first visit today while the park will open on July 7 for all guests. Tickets can be purchased on their website.
Looking to get in a good workout in the great outdoors? Check out some classes and sessions as part of the city initiative, ParkFitTO. There are different options for the week and the full schedule can be accessed online.
Toronto Outdoor Art Fair
Explore the world of art and meet artists in person at the TOAF60 event at stackt market. Running until July 11th, the socially-distanced event is the perfect opportunity to meet some of their favourite artists and view artworks. The full list of participating artists can be found here.
CaféTO at The Junction
The unique setup at The Junction comes with a whopping 52 patios, along with art installations and activities. This includes the city’s first first-ever Augmented Reality Mural, the Junction Butterfly Garden and Wishing Tree.
CityView Drive-In Concerts
Continue with the fun of drive-in concerts with this week’s event at CityView. The country duo The Reklaws will be gracing the stage on July 8. You can check out the website for a full list of the lineups and to purchase tickets.