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Family Day events in Toronto 2015

Family Day events in Toronto include eating to your hearts content at the first Heatfest, a new comfort food festival dedicated to soups, stews, curries, gravies, and more. Food trucks will pull into Trinity Square the day of to dish out the aforementioned comfort foods, while the Distillery's surrounding restaurants will be offering comfort food specials of their own. Organizers also promise "interactive dance and fitness workshops to get your blood pumping".

Pocket Concerts, who put on classical shows in residential homes, are hosting a Beethoven 101 event complete with free drinks (warning: It's a bit pricey). At Carlton catch a free public screening of In Her Place, the story of a wealthy couple's attempt to adopt an impoverished teen's unborn child in secret which was nominated for 7 Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. For more events, click on over to our events section.

See also: What's open and closed Family Day 2015 in Toronto

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Contributions by Natalia Manzocco


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