The warmer days are finally starting to make an appearance. While we all want to spend time outdoors for our health, it’s important to keep social distance in mind. And just because concerts and outdoor gatherings are out of the picture, doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy other activities.
Here Are Some Things To Do In Toronto This Week
Canadian Music Week
Calling all music lovers! Enjoy a virtual concert from the comfort of your home. The festival features a long line-up of great Canadian artists and the event is free! You can catch it online until May 21, 2021.
Enjoy some of the best independent films that North American has to offer. Starting tomorrow, the festival will feature an array of screenings for different categories. Check it out online from May 20th to May 26th, 2021.
Check out the newest Cops Doughnuts’ location
One of the popular doughnut joint in The 6ix has recently opened up a new location at 4 Matilda Street. The mini doughnuts come in loads of flavours, including cinnamon sugar, sour cream and others.
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
This one’s for all the photography enthusiasts. Explore a diverse range of photography works from both Canadian and international artists. There are many pieces that draw inspiration from current events and promote social awareness. You can check out their website and the festival is running all month long.
Visit Toronto’s World Food Market
Discover a range of cuisines and dishes at the World Food Market, situated at Dundas Square. It offers more than 18 different food spots with menu items from all over the globe. They are currently open daily from 11:30am – 11pm. Our list of things to do in Toronto this week wouldn’t be complete without this one!