There’s always something going on in Toronto. Here’s your weekly round-up in case you’re looking for something to do this week:
- Summerlicious is back! Foodies, you probably have reservations booked for tonight. The rest of you have from July 8-24 to take advantage of the great value on 3-course prix fixe menus for lunch/dinner on 150 different restaurants throughout the city. Bon appetit!
- The Toronto Fringe Festival kicked off on Wednesday, July 6 and continues until July 17 in theatres across Toronto. BlogTO has a great Fringe Festival 2o11 Preview Guide.
- Honda Indy Toronto fuels up this weekend as it hits the tracks from July 8-10, celebrating its 25th year. Click on the Five Things You May Not Know About the Honda Indy to find out more deets. Today is Free Friday. Have fun…but maybe bring earplugs (just in case)!
- The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition celebrates it’s 50th year at Nathan Philip Square July 8-10th. Over 100 artists participate in this exhibition, featuring contemporary fine art and crafts. Check out Award Winners Work 2010 to give you an idea of the artists in attendance.
- TIFF in the Park comes to you all summer-long with FREE outdoor screenings of classic musicals (I.e. Sound of Music, Singing in the Rain, Mary Poppins) every Wednesday at David Pecaut Square FKA Metro Square. Screenings start at sunset, approximately 9pm in July and 8:30pm in August. Check local listings for exact times.
- Polson Pier Drive-In Movie Theatre is open for the summer. Pile-in and take advantage of Car Load Sundays: 25$ per car (no matter how many in the car). You could make a day of it at Polson Pier and hit the driving range, rock climb, have a game of 18 hole miniputt, take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool, race Go Karts, enjoy a concert at Sound Academy…the list goes on.
So many great choices and these are only a few. Always so much happening in the T Dot. Enjoy!