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10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today have something new in store with the launch of a beer garden in The Bentway. It's also the last day of St. Clair's huge salsa street party and the city's newest burger festival.

  • Events you might want to check out
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  • Ongoing events
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    • July 5-8
      Today is the last day to get yourself some cool new art books — come check out innovative works and take part in lots of programming.
      Chinatown Centre
    • July 6-8
      The first ever BurgerMania draws to a close today with burger vendors from all over the city coming together for a patty smackdown.
      Ontario Place
    • July 6-8
      It's not too late to check out this a huge marketplace with artists selling original works, plus a beer garden courtesy of Henderson Brewing Co.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • July 7-8
      The final day of this celebration of African music from Toronto and around the world is on alongside storytelling, music, dance and programming.
      Woodbine Park
    • July 7-8
      This huge street festival wraps up today, but not before one last dance, tons of food, music and performances throughout the day.
      St. Clair Ave West
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