As the current set of restrictions have yet to be completely eased, we’re still looking out for entertaining activities while also being socially distant. Not to worry, however, because we’ve got you covered with a list of things to do in Toronto this week (June 7-13), which involve films and shucking oysters. Want to find out more? Check out our list below.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week (June 7-13):
PEI Oysters Masterclass
Want to become a master oyster shucker? Here’s your chance! World Champion oyster shucker, Patrick McMurray will be hosting a Masterclass on Tuesday, June 8th to show you all the tips and tricks. The award-winning restauranteur is also planning to showcase some cool oyster recipes. You can register here to snag a spot.
Check out some cool art installations this week, with artworks at both The Distillery District and 33 Parliament Street. The installation titles at Distillery include ‘From Small Beginnings’ and The Epitonium. The artwork at Parliament Street is titled as ‘THROBBER’. Attendance is free and the installations will be present until late June.
Toronto Japanese Film Festival
Explore the world of Japanese storytelling at the 10th annual Toronto Japanese Film Festival. The online film screenings include documentaries, anime, comedies and more. The event is running now until 27th June, with a total lineup of 24 films. Tickets and more details about each of the films can be accessed here.
Toronto Jewish Film Festival
The festival offers the best of Jewish film content from not only Canada, but around the world. With more than 50 titles being showcased, viewers can discover stories about heroes, poets and activists and more. The festival is ongoing until 13th June and tickets can be purchased on their website.
Head Out To A Biking Trail
When it comes to biking trails and paths in The 6ix, there are definitely more than a few options. This includes the Harbour Waterfront, Trillium Park, Toronto Islands, High Park, to name just some of them. Check out our list of scenic bike trails here.