On Sunday June 21 – we will be celebrating Father’s Day. Father’s Day is celebrated worldwide to recognize the contribution that fathers and father figures make to the lives of their children. AccuWeather is forecasting a fantastic weather day – some sun, some clouds with temperatures as high as 33c feeling like 40c. The City of Toronto is hosting over 60 exciting and unique events – some of these events are outdoors, some are indoors, some are free, some are for a fee. These numerous exciting and unique events offer a variety of activities worth participating in. What you be in the mood for? Art? Music? History? Theatre? Food? Whichever you choose, it is your time to have fun with your friends, your family, perhaps just yourself. Please remember that life’s moments are precious, and that we cannot rewind the clock. So, grab your hat, enjoy the day and have lots of fun!
Arturo O’Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
Six-time Grammy Award-winner Arturo O’Farrill and his 18-piece band will electrify the Phoenix Concert Hall with their groovin’ Afro-Cuban jazz http://bit.ly/2JZCz99
Italian Contemporary Film Festival at TIFF Bell Lightbox
The Italian Contemporary Film Festival (ICFF) has grown to the largest Italian film festival outside of Italy. For nine days, ICFF showcases the best new Italian and international cinema. Screenings are supplemented with guest appearances by filmmakers, actors, authors, and other expert speakers, as well as Q&A sessions. http://bit.ly/2lf3e3E
Both Sides Now at The Japanese Paper Place
Works Created by Using both sides of Washi. This exhibition is an exploration of the unique properties of fine Japanese Washi, by 20 artists working on both sides of the paper. http://bit.ly/2jssyji
Pretty Heroes and Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration 2018 at Ontario Science Centre
The Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration is upgrading in 2018 to begin its evolution into Pretty Heroes, a convention dedicated to strong female characters. http://bit.ly/2t8btlI
Taste of Little Italy at Little Italy
Explore the tastes and sounds of Italy right in the middle of Toronto as College Street transforms into a classic Italian piazza for the Father’s Day and FIFA World Cup opening weekend. http://bit.ly/2tf11sL
CONTACT Photography Festival: Incidental Narratives at 401 Richmond
A collaborative project by Palestinian artists Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme that combined their two-past works: The Incidental Insurgents and Only the Beloved Keeps Our Secrets. The exhibition packages the troubled history and uncertain future of their country into poetic and sorrowful audio and visual narratives. http://bit.ly/2ygJ4j7
Arts in the Parks presents Grup the clown. at Seasons Park
Arts in the Parks brings free, family-friendly arts events and activities to a park near you. Think theatre performances, dance classes, workshops, movies, festivals and more, right in your backyard! Phil Koole brings his beloved clown character Grup to Seasons Park for a day of joy and playfulness. Continues 2-5 p.m., July 7, 8; Aug. 4, 5; Aug. 25, 26; Sept. 15, 16; Sept. 29. Rain dates are Tuesdays. Location: Seasons Park – 40 Seasons Dr.,
At the Illusionist’s Table at Casa Loma
Following a smash-hit Off-Broadway run, and a critically acclaimed sold-out world tour, At the Illusionist’s Table promises an unforgettable night of illusion, mentalism and fine dining. The event happens at various times daily June 7-24. http://bit.ly/2t1PMVe
Journey To Conquer Cancer Run or Walk at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Register for The Journey to Conquer Cancer Run or Walk on June 17th. Support any area of cancer research with no fundraising minimum! With 5K, 3K or 1K options available, everyone can join in the fight to conquer cancer in our lifetime. http://bit.ly/2JIItMH
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea – Pride Market at The Great Hall
Join us for a day of acceptance and #shoplocal fun at Toronto’s most diverse local market. Find 60+ of Toronto finest under one roof. Nestled in the heart of West Queen West. Admission is as always FREE, four legged friends and kiddos welcome. Shop Local. Love Local. In Longboat Hall. http://bit.ly/2tbrt6x
Yorkville Exotic Car Show at Bloor Street from Avenue Road to Bay Street
The Bloor-Yorkville area, Toronto’s destination neighbourhood for high-end boutiques, restaurants and hotels welcomes everyone to the 8th Annual Yorkville Exotic Car Show on Father’s Day, June 17, 2018 from 12 noon to 5 pm. This red-carpet event takes place Bloor Street between Avenue Road and Bay Street. This family event is free! http://bit.ly/2JRGYYn
Arts in the Parks: 15th Annual Day of Delight at Dufferin Grove Park
Arts in the Parks brings free, family-friendly arts events and activities to a park near you. Think theatre performances, dance classes, workshops, movies, festivals and more, right in your backyard! The them is “Love and Courage” for this multi-arts festival of dance, theatre, music, puppetry, parade, pageantry and community. http://bit.ly/2tikBo6
Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing at Fort York!
Join us in kicking off “Cinematic Cities,” our summer-long movie series being presented across parks in Toronto. For one night only at Fort York, we’ll be screening Spike Lee’s DO THE RIGHT THING preceded by A Tribe Called Red’s INDIAN CITY. Films begin at 9:15pm. BYOBlanket / chair and enjoy snacks and beer from local vendors! 19+. http://bit.ly/2JGv8Ex
Family Sundays at Gardiner Museum at Gardiner Museum
The Gardiner Museum holds clay making or tile painting workshops for families every Sunday. http://bit.ly/2JTiCgX
ROM Family Fundays: Father’s Day at Royal Ontario Museum
Sunday, June 17, 2018 Drop in activities 11 am – 4 pm Celebrate Dad this Father’s Day with a special day at the ROM exploring art, culture and nature. Make wonderful memories with family. Free with Museum admission. http://bit.ly/2sFt72i
Father’s Day Chocolate Workshop at Odile Chocolate
Does your dad love chocolate? So do we! That’s why on this tour we’re giving him the best of the best. On this guided tour we will give you history of the area and chocolates at 6 unique food stores, while sampling chocolates and chocolatey goodies. You will meet store owners and chocolatiers and watch a chocolate making demonstration. http://bit.ly/2LWYVFx
Slumber Party Stand Up Comedy at Comedy Bar
After Hours Presents: Slumber Party A new Sunday night late show live at Comedy Bar featuring a group of positive, fun loving comedy sweethearts sharing laughter and ridiculousness with Toronto Hosted by Kate Barron Featuring: Leonard Chan, Christophe Davidson, Everardo Ramirez, Ana-Marija Stoic, Meg Mackay, Pete Johansson & more! http://bit.ly/2t1CMyS
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