Saturday May 20

Artfest Toronto: Spring Art & Craft Show – ARTS & CULTURE


Artfest Toronto showcases the work of local artists and artisans, with painting, photography, sculptures, fine crafts and more throughout The Distillery District (55 Mill St.) Browse the art and pick up a piece or two, while enjoying the live music on the Distillery District stage. Free and on until Monday from 11am-6pm. More info at


HarbourKIDS: Circus festival – KIDS

Harbourfront Centre’s annual HarbourKIDS: Circus festival returns to bring a weekend of an awe-inspiring mix of circus artists to consider and play with the concept of flight, acceleration, and momentum. For the second year in a row,  Femmes de Feu’s Holly Treddenick and Adam Lazarus curate the event, filling Harbourfront Centre with contemporary circus acts that will have audiences gasping in awe and doubling over with laughter. On from May 20 – 22 at the Harbourfront Centre (235 Queens Quay West). Info:



Toronto’s Festival of Beer Spring Sessions – SOCIAL

Toronto’s Festival of Beer returns to Fort York Garrison Common (100 Garrison Road) with Spring Sessions on the May Two-Four Long Weekend. Great brews, tasty food and cottage vibes featuring acoustic Campfire Session performances from Elliott Brood tonight and the Trews tomorrow! On from Noon- 7pm there will be live music, soccer darts, bocce ball, campfires, food, and of course lots of Beer! More info at :




Spring is here, which means it’s time to CELEBRATE FARM TO FORK! From 12-6pm at Christie Pits Park, the Toronto Non-GMO Coalition and David Suzuki Foundation present CELEBRATE FARM TO FORK: Toronto’s 4th Annual GMO-Free Festival & Farmers’ Market. With well-researched speakers and dozens of vendors from Ontario’s non-GMO and organic food industry, this FREE family-friendly festival’s mission is to educate consumers on the health concerns related to genetically modified foods and the detrimental impact industrial agriculture has on our pollinators and climate. You’ll learn where your food comes from and how it is produced; talk with non-GMO farmers, chefs, business owners and organizations; enjoy incredible music, fun kid-friendly activities; and taste some of THE most delicious, sustainably produced food and drink in Ontario!  More info at



Lobster Clam Jam – FOOD & DRINK

Cabana Pool Bar (11 Polson Street) will be hosting over 20 restaurants, a Mojito Bar, a Beer Bar, a Wine Bar, a Coffee Bar and Dessert stations on site from 12 – 9pm! The Lobster Clam Jam  is a highly acclaimed outdoor food festival. Not just for seafood lovers, this affordable, family-oriented culinary showcase offers guests the opportunity to experience the creations of a variety of renowned local chefs and restaurants. Tokens valued at $3 are available for purchase on site at the event. Restaurants and Bars will collect Tokens in exchange for food and drinks. All food dishes to be priced between 2 ($6) and 4 Tokens ($12) BEVERAGES: 2 tokens ($6)




Waterfront Artisan Market  

Back for its second year, the Waterfront Artisan Market will make Toronto’s waterfront come alive every Saturday from today until October in HTO Park (339 Queens Quay W). Presented by The Waterfront Business Improvement Area (BIA) and operated by Scadding Court Community Centre, Toronto’s waterfront open-air market features a carefully curated mix of 75 local, up-and-coming artisans, crafters, chefs and bakers.

Every Saturday from May 20 – October 7, 2017, 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.