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- Soupalicious is on this Sunday, Sept. 25 at Artscape Wychwood Barns. Tickets are $22 at the gates.
- Farm to Fork On Common Ground is this Saturday and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. daily. The festival at Fort York is free to attend and will feature heritage apple pie making workshops and biodynamic wine tastings, musicians, speakers, organic food and beverage vendors and a farmers' market.
- Head to Wenona Lodge on Sunday for the Monthly AYCE Pig Roast: Tamshire Editition. The $35 dinner will feature all-you-can-eat pork with your choice of two sides and a pint of Steam Whistle or Sawdust City Lone Pine IPA.
- Speaking of pig roasts, Great Lakes Brewery will host its first annual pig and corn roast as part of Toronto Beer Week celebrations. Admission is only $5, which includes food and entertainment. Beer is $5 a glass.
- Sahtain! Palestinian Brunch takes place at District Oven on Sunday, from 11 a.m.. The buffet-style brunch is $25 and is part of the programming for the 9th Toronto Palestine Film Festival.
According to Famous Last Words' Instagram feed, the space will feature a book wall, cocktails based on great works of literature and best of all, a scrabble tile bar.
This longstanding, somewhat swanky-looking eatery will shutter on January 9, 2017, just in time for you to grab one last hungover brunch over the holiday season.