Happy start of summer, Toronto! The warm season is officially here and we couldn’t be more thrilled to enjoy some sun-soaked days while exploring the best of what The 6ix has to offer. Patios, park strolls, hiking, we’re here for it all. And if you’re looking for a list of things to do this week, we’ve got you sorted. Want to find out more? Check out our list of activities below.
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Here are some things to do in Toronto this week (June 21-25):
Experience live, outdoor theatre once again, with C-O-N-T-A-C-T. This amazing experience is a blend of mobile technology and drama which is transformed into a safe, outdoor performance. As the audience, you can go along with the cast across downtown, starting at Yonge and Dundas or College Park. Tickets starting from June 25 can be purchased online.
Explore the city’s street art
Since it’s summer, what better time to soak in fresh air, warm days and stroll through the streets for some art? When it comes visual pieces across streets, our city definitely has no shortage. Some of these include the Yorkville Murals, Toronto Wall, Graffiti Alley and more.
Toronto OutDoor Art Fair
The annual fair this year includes not just a virtual event, but also a pop-up at Stackt Market next month. But you can still check out their 60 Over Sixty exhibit online at present, which features 60 notable Canadian artists.
Skating with Retro Rolla
Looking for a place to rent roller skates by the hour and enjoy a little roller-skating session at The Bentway? Retro Rolla is just the one! They release new time slots for the week every Monday at 1pm and rentals can be done online via their website.
Head to RendezViews
Toronto’s largest go-to outdoor patio is not only open for business, but they’ve added stunning works of art onto their patio space. Good vibes, delicious food and pretty art all in one place? Yes please!