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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

They say nothing in life is free, but these events in Toronto won't cost you a cent. Break out the lei for AlohaFest or check out both Ossington and Kensington Market as they transform into giant urban playgrounds—all without opening your wallet.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    • July 26
      Coco gets an free outdoor screening at this old and beautiful park nestled nearby St. Lawrence Market in what is the first movie night of the season.
      St. James Park
    • July 27
      Catch up and coming indie stars Iskwé, POSEY and Lydia Ainsworth at this week's edition of Indie Fridays, plus graffiti artists showing their stuff.
      Yonge–Dundas Square
    • July 28
      A huge celebration of Polynesian culture is on this week with performances, kids activities, traditional food and a big marketplace.
      Mel Lastman Square
    • July 28
      Ossington Avenue shuts down this summer for a huge street festival with entertainment, food, activities and wellness programming.
      Ossington Ave
    • July 29
      Kensington goes carless this Sunday to make space for dancing, music, makers, food and meditation in the street.
      Kensington Market
    Lead photo by

    Hector Vasquez at Ossfest

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Ossfest

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