Sunday, January 08, 2023

Fun things to do in Toronto September & October 2023

Labour Day holiday weekend gives a jump start to the pleasant months of autumn. Sure wear your sweater, put those shorts away, enjoy the fall colours and start to really explore the city before the cold and early darkness starts to weigh on our minds.
Canadian National Exhibition CNE Fri, Aug 18 to Mon, Sept 4.
Buskerfest Fri to Mon, Sept 1-4 at Woodbine Park in the Beaches    
And the world famous Toronto International Film Festival or tiff Sept 7-17.
Taste of Kingsway Fri to Sun, Sept 8-10.
Toronto Ukrainian Festival Fri to Sun, Sept 15-17.
Windfest Sat, Sept TBD.
Pape Village Summerfest Sat, Sept TBD.
Celebrate Mexican Independence Day at Nathan Phillips Square Sat, Sept 16.
Huron Square Variety Saturday Sat, Sept 17.
Roncesvalles Polish Festival Sat to Sun, Sept 16-17.
Redpath Waterfront Festival Sat to Sun, Sept 16-17.
Elevate and Just for Laughs Street Festival Fri to Sat, Sept 22-24.
Just for Laughs Festival Toronto JFL42 Thurs to Sat, Sept 21-30.
I Love Culture Fri to Sun, Sept 22 to Oct 15.
Red Bull Flugtag at Ontario Place, Free to Attend, Sat, Sept TBD.
Nuit Blanche Sat, Sept 23 (7 pm to sunrise). The all night art thing with plenty of videos and light shows as well as Les Rues Des Refuses (hopefully). 
Geary Art Crawl Fri to Sat, Sept 23-24.
Toronto Oktoberfest Sat to Sun, Sept 30 to Oct 1 in Ontario Place.
Don't forget to check out nature for the beauty of fall colours.
Art Installation at Nuit Blanche 2022
Night of Dread Sat, Oct 28 from 4:30-9pm. Night of Dread Festival Pageant Saturday, October 28th, starting at 6pm in Christie Pits Park. Dufferin Grove Park is unavailable this year.
Zoomer Show Sat to Sun, Oct TBD. Canceled!
Halloween on Church Tue, Oct 31

And just around the corner is opening night of The Royal Horse Show on Friday, November 3, which will be their 10-day Anniversary celebration.

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