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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week make you wonder: Why pay for anything, ever? You can try out some free Japanese souffle pancakes, stroll through an arts festival in the Distillery, or drop into a urban party in Nathan Phillips Square. All for free!

  • Free events you don't want to miss
    About the Event
    • May 17
      Pieces from iconic Toronto buildings will be on display, including fragments that offer a cross-section of the city's architectural history.
      Campbell House Museum
    • May 17-19
      City hall is set to host the first edition of this huge, three-day celebration of urban music, art and fashion completely free of charge.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • May 18
      Nicholas Vreeland uses his photography skills to fundraise the reconstruction of a monastery.
      Toronto Reference Library, HintonTheatre, 3rd floor.
    • May 18-19
      The grand opening of Fuwa Fuwa in the Annex will see some bouncy Japanese souffle pancakes served up totally free.
    • May 19-21
      The Distillery Historic District serves as a backdrop for this huge art festival featuring paintings, photography, sculpture, live music and craft shows.
      The Distillery Historic District
    Lead photo by

    Hector Vasquez

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez

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