Friday is here!! I don’t think I have ever been more excited for a weekend to come. I don’t know why but this week has felt endless. I can’t wait to relax by the pool and do absolutely nothing!
And this is not just any regular weekend either, it is the final of the World Cup! Normally this is something that doesn’t really catch my attention, but this year my team, Argentina, is in the finals, something that has not happened in 24 years!!! So you now where I’ll be this Sunday. And for those of you that want to get in on the excitement, I’ll be recommending some bars where you can watch the game with die hard fans. Cause there’s nothing better than cheering and drinking and watching a game with people who really know what’s happening 🙂
Here are this weekend’s things to do in Toronto:
Bastille Day in Toronto
Celebrate Bastille Day, France’s national holiday, at Wychwood Barns with a traditional picnic and French market during the day and a dance with chances to win awesome prizes in the evening.
Sun, July 13: 6 – 10pm
$10 per ticket (free from 12 – 6pm)
Toronto Fringe Festival
The Toronto Fringe Festival is well underway! This festival is a chance for all artists both emerging and established to present their work to audiences. Productions range from dramas and musicals to improv and dance shows, and take place in local venues, playgrounds, parking lots and more. Check out this year’s productions here.
July 02, 2014 – July 13, 2014
Prices vary per play
One Year To Go
In just 365 days, Toronto and 15 other municipalities across southern Ontario will welcome athletes, artists, visitors and dignitaries from 41 countries and territories as they come here to compete in the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games. To help every one count down the remaining year to the Games, a free celebration is taking place in Nathan Phillips Square. Click here for the full schedule of activities!
Fri, July 11 – Sat, July 12
World Cup Finals
Will you be watching the soccer game this Sunday? Well why not check out the Top 10 Places to watch the World Cup Final in Toronto from blogTO. I know I’ll probably be heading to one of these spots to cheer on with my fellow Argentines.
Enjoy the weekend!