Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Things to do in Toronto June 11-12, 2011

From 10am to 6pm on Saturday June 11 and Sunday June 12, 2011 the St Lawrence Market will once again be the location of mass shedding, sniffing and petting - and some dogs will also be there! For Woofstock! Everyone and their dog heads down to Front Street where you can spend all day saying "OMG, she/he is so cute" and "what a funny costume". Even if you don't have a dog it is so worth the trip. Update: Here are some of the cute little butt sniffing doggies in the 2011 edition of Woofstock.
The Toronto Roller Derby league semi-final gets slamming Saturday June 11 at the Hanger in Downsview. Chicks Ahoy and the Death Track Dolls meet again to determine who will go up against the Gore Gore Rollergirls in the June 25 Championship game.
The World Naked Bike Ride WNBR returns for another peaceful protest against oil dependence and the negative impact of our car culture - plus you can toss the skivvies and parade around in the buff. Make an art installation of your body and apply a little sunscreen and bodypaint. Check out my 2011 coverage on my post here. Meet at noon on Saturday, June 11, 2011 in the memorial sculpture next to the water in Coronation Park. The ride leaves the park at 1pm. PS Happy Bike Month.

Luminato starts on the 10th and continues to the 19th. Illuminate your mind and free yourself.
Toronto Horse Day 2011 at Exhibition Place on Saturday, June 11 from 11am to 4pm. I don't know if you can bring your own horse down to the show like you can bring your dog down to Woofstock.

Festival on Bloor (Street West) takes place on the 12th from noon to 6pm. Music, entertainment and vendors.
Don't forget about the free entrance to Ontario Place. While things inside may cost money it could be a time to take advantage of the offer and check out the large facility again - when was the last time you wandered around the Place?

There are some more dog pictures after the jump - aw, they are so cute.

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