Looking for things to do in Toronto this weekend? Get out your day planners because we have you covered!
What a gloomy week we’ve been having! I know it’s March but it sure doesn’t feel like it, I think mother nature didn’t get the memo based on yesterday’s storm. For any of you caught commuting during the snow/freezing rain/pellets I feel for you. Luckily it seems that we might be getting a break this weekend, just in time for some of the awesome events that are happening in Toronto. Here is this weeks round up of thing to do this weekend!
George’s Country Fair
We Are George, the George Hull Centre’s Young Leaders Group, is proud to host its inaugural FUNdraiser. On Saturday March 7th, pull on your cowboy boots and get rowdy with in support of Children’s Mental Health. Included with the admission is drink tickets, fair inspired treats, country music and dancing, games & many prizes! Get your tickets here.
Toronto Sushi Festival
This show will feature sushi creations from various sushi restaurants and Japanese chefs throughout Ontario. Guests can also vote for the People’s Choice Award. There will be over fifty exhibitors, from local and international Japanese restaurants to arts and cultural vendors.There are both VIP tickets and general admission tickets. Please click here for more details.
O&B Canteen is offering a 3 course prix-fixe dinner paired with Muskoka Brewery’s craft beers. The globally-inspired dishes are served with a corresponding beer. Doesn’t that sound absolutely delicious? Check out the menu and beer list here.
Toronto Antique & Vintage Market
The new Toronto Antique & Vintage Market unveils a world of antiques, vintage & retro all under one roof. Spend a fabulously fun day discovering everything from prints to pine, deco to decorator finds, kitsch to kitchenware and mod to mid century modern. Discover a whole lot of fabulous all in one location! Plus entrance to the Toronto Vintage Clothing Show is also included with admission!
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