Sunday is my favorite day of the week. it is considered as the day of rest in most Western countries and most definitely an important part of the weekend.
According to Wikipedia:
“For most Christians, Sunday is observed as a day of worship and rest, holding it as the Lord’s Day and the day of Christ’s resurrection. In some Muslim countries and Israel, Sunday is the first work day of the week. According to the Hebrew calendars and traditional Christian calendars, Sunday is the first day of the week. however, according to the International Organization for Standardization ISO 8601 tough, Sunday is the seventh and last day of the week.
North American Radio stations often play specialty radio shows other nationally syndicated radio shows that may differ from their regular weekly music patterns on Sunday morning and/or Sunday evening. In the United Kingdom, there is a Sunday tradition of chart shows on BBC Radio 1 and commercial radio; this originates in the broadcast of chart shows and other populist material on Sundays by Radio Luxembourg when the Reithian BBC‘s Sunday output consisted largely of solemn and religious programmes. However, BBC Radio 1’s chart show moved to Fridays in July 2015.
Today we needed our sun glasses and our umbrella. For tomorrow though, AccuWeather is predicting a beautiful sunny, rain free Sunday.
There are 67 exciting Festivals and events taking place in Toronto on Sunday, #August 20.2017. What are you in the mood for? Good food, music, art, movies, the CNE?
2017 Toronto Chinatown Festival
2017 Toronto Chinatown Festival is almost here again! This 2-days event is filled with many performances, foods and goods to be explored on Spadina. It’s a great weekend to spend in Chinatown for funs and experiences. Facebook page @torontochinatown
Canada’s largest fair, the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), is gearing up for another fun-filled season.
All of the mainstays of Toronto’s beloved end-of-summer tradition are back from the midway games to the farm and sky ride. Also returning are the SuperDogs, Canadian International AirShow,Waterfront Show and the Aerial Acrobatics & Ice Skating Show starring Elvis Stojko, with all-new themes celebrating Canada’s sesquicentennial. https://www.theex.com
Afro-Caribbean Farmers’ Market
An animated cultural food & craft hub, that provides culturally appropriate CLEAN food to those who don’t have access to affordable produce. firstname.lastname@example.org
Anishinaabeg: Art & Power
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) presents Anishinaabeg: Art & Power, a celebration of the beauty, power, and passion of Indigenous art. On display in the Museum’s Third Floor Centre Block. The exhibition explores the history, traditions, and legends of the Anishinaabeg through several hundred years of their art. http://bit.ly/2sn2Rad
Appetizing August: Outdoor Guided Walk
Tour the grounds and nature preserve to see a delicious display of flowers! Learn which flowers and herbs the have been used in the past as part of a wholesome harvest. Refreshments provided after the walk. http://www.toronto.ca/todmordenmills
Bard in Berczy
The St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA presents Bard in Berczy, our free Shakespeare in Berczy Park during every weekend in August. The play this year will be The Two Gentlewomen of Verona. Best friends Proteus and Valentine are put to the test when one falls hard for the other’s guy. Performed by the Dauntless City Theatre players, this production adapts Shakespeare’s problematic original through an intersectional feminist lens, bringing a modern sensibility to a timeless comedy of loyalty, passion, and dogs. http://oldtowntoronto.ca
Beats, Breaks & Culture
This year’s edition of the annual Beats, Breaks & Culture series is dedicated to house music and its many forms, its impact on musical trends, and features Canadian legends and leaders in new house movements. Enjoy the many reinventions of house, including Afro and Latin house, big room, tech, and electro-pop. This weekend includes musical performances, breaking, interactive family-friendly activities, and a beats-based marketplace with all the gear you need. All are invited to play at our house party! http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/
Free bike clinics all summer long! Continuing to support Active Transportation, the Downtown Yonge BIA is pleased to present the 2017 series of bike clinics, with three dates happening in May, June and October.
Come bring your bike by for a free tune-up from Ya Bikes!, receive information about bike safety and register your bike with Toronto Police, cool giveaways and more! http://bit.ly/2xeP2fe
Evergreen Brick Works’ Wild Blueberry Weekend – Sunday Market
Are you WILD about wild blueberries? Join us at the markets to celebrate this delicious super berry indigenous to North America. Learn, taste, eat and shop from more than 20 food producers, preservers, bakers, and chefs, all featuring wild blueberry products and dishes including pork and venison sausages, Japanese mochi, waffles, tamales, wine, ice pops and more. http://bit.ly/2ifxbSw
Family Funday: ARTastic
Sunday? More like FUNday! Come along for a day of discovery packed with exciting themed experiences and hands-on activities inspired by our exhibitions and collections. http://bit.ly/2vOyVHp
Film Screening: La Baleine Bleue
Sail away with Jean Lemire and the scientists aboard the renowned sailing ship, SEDNA IV, as they embark on an extraordinary journey to find whales in the heart of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. With the hopes of better understanding the movements of these spectacular and elusive mammals, the researchers manage to follow the first migratory routes of the largest animal in history, the blue whale. http://bit.ly/2ifnVOm
Kensington Market Sweet & Savoury Food Tour
Travel the world in one lunch as we chow down a variety of multicultural dishes in the colourful streets of Kensington Market, including a stop in Chinatown. Indulge in the sights, sounds and tastes of this National Historic Site neighbourhood as we treat ourselves to sweet and savoury delights from Chinese and Belgian kitchens, among others! Come hungry, as you’ll be eating enough for a hearty lunch. http://bit.ly/2sPoorM
Music History on the Yonge Street Strip
Discover the music history of Yonge Street, beginning in the 1950s. Visit the sites of famous clubs like The Colonial, Friar, and Le Coq D’Or, and concert venues such as Massey Hall and the Eaton Auditorium. Hear stories about Oscar Peterson, Ronnie Hawkins, Glenn Gould and many more. http://bit.ly/2wdb5pq
Singing Ambassadors at The Waterfront
The triple award-winning Singing Ambassadors™ presented by The Waterfront BIA are back for their sixth year on Toronto’s Waterfront performing impromptu a cappella renditions of classic and modern summer hits and offer assistance, directions and recommendations to visitors. http://bit.ly/2hAqUQW
Dance: made in Canada / fait au canada festival
Festival Artistic Director Yvonne Ng, Co-Festival Directors Janelle Rainville and Jeff Morris, alongside guest curators Danièle Desnoyers and Marc Parent, are pleased to announce the programming for the 2017 dance: made in canada/fait au canada Festival (d:mic/fac). Presented by princess productions, over two dozen artists will be seen at the Betty Oliphant Theatre in Toronto in three different programs: Mainstage What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) and Arts Encounters. https://www.princessproductions.ca/dance/
Labour day is around the corner, and the summer of 2017 is about to be over. So here is your opportunity to still put on your shorts and running shoes, grab your sun hat, apply lots of sun tan lotion, and still get to enjoy your summer Sunday!
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