Food, film, art and culture makes for a busy week June 20-26.
From June 20-25th local and international artists will be participating in the Love Letters Project in hopes to bring more public awareness of critical issues involving our Great Lakes while beautifying the city. Three locations; Ossington and Queen, Spadina and Queen and the Lower Don will be showcasing a massive mural project about the Lakes.
Open Roof is back with Tuesday nights of music, film and food at 99 Sudbury all summer long. With official sponsors Amsterdam Brewery and The Food Dudes food truck this outdoor event is a great addition to our summer weekday.
For ten days venues across the city will be showcasing the world’s top jazz talent. Not to be confused with the Beach Jazz Festival, Nathan Phillip Square is the central location for your jazz needs with a 1200 seat marquee and unbelievable talents. One notable performer? The Kiefer Sutherland Band will be performing.
With the price of park admission, you can head down to Canada’s Wonderland on June 27/26 and spend a day riding the coasters, cooling off in the water park and then heading over to enjoy over 10 different craft breweries in attendance at Brews and BBQ. Executive Chef Dilup Attygalla will also be curating the perfect menu to go along with your suds.
Head out to Markham the weekend of the 25th/26th and enjoy food, celebrities, dignitaries, artisans and cultural performances celebrating the diversity of Asia during the Taste of Asia festival.
Starting June 27th Sir John A. Macdonald Plaza at Union station will be the site of 70 straight days of food, drink and entertainment. Rotating mobile carts and steadfast favorites like Mad Mexican, Burger Priest, Spacco, Heirloom and more will be offering commuters, travellers and foodies alike delicious bites and tantalizing flavours. A license patio will also be running from Thursday to Sunday 12-9pm.