Pirate Festival Weighing Anchor After this Weekend


Toronto's second annual Pirate Festival has been jostling and jeering attendees for the past two weekends, and if you haven't been yet your last opportunity will be this Labour Day long weekend.

A host of seafaring entertainment can be found at the festival, which is taking place at Historic Fort York.

It's still definitely worth coming out at this point, since the only limited engagement shows you're too late to catch are the Blud & Gore pirate skills test, and The Original Saffron Finch who, uh, makes boloney sandwiches with his feet.

Open Sept 1 - 3 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Adults $16, Students/Seniors $12, Under-12 $10, Under-3 free.

(Photo: Parrot by Nadya (nb).)


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