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10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today are all about Pride as the parade rolls down Yonge Street with colours and costumes. If you're looking for more information, here's a handy guide. Elsewhere, the Christie Pits Film Festival kicks off and it's Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington.

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    • June 24
      A new season of free outdoor films carries the theme of Cinematic Cities and the first transports us to Baltimore with the 1988 classic Hairspray.
      Christie Pits
    • June 24
      Kensington goes car-free for for this month's edition of PS to make space for dancing, music, makers and meditation in the street.
      Kensington Market
    • June 24
      Capping off Pride Month in the city is the annual Pride Parade with glittering costumes, performances and music travelling down Yonge Street.
      Yonge Street
    • June 24
      Now in its 20th year of celebrating Black excellence, this huge block party includes music, a marketplace, art, fashion and food.
      Bud Light Wellesley Stage
    • June 24
      Have a good stretch on the house with nine free outdoor yoga classes offered by local instructors in the Distillery District.
      The Distillery District
    • June 24
      DJs, dancing and dogs are a staple of this massive beach party, with a rotting lineup of local and visiting talent spinning the hottest beats.
      Cherry Beach
  • Ongoing events
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Hector Vasquez

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