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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

Free events this week offer a nice range of things to do, like pick up a free cup of coffee, check out an outdoor movie, listen to some tunes and visit a festival or two — all without ever opening your wallet.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
    About the Event
    • July 9-13
      If you're looking for a pick-me-up, StrangeLove Coffee is serving up free small drip brews every morning at its Queen Street location this week.
      Strangelove Coffee
    • July 11
      Regent Park's Under the Stars outdoor movie series begins this week with family-friendly programming, starting with the 1997 remake of Cinderella.
      Regent Park
    • July 12-29
      New this year is a festival dedicated to the brave and outspoken artists who've stepped outside of the box and made history in the process.
      Harbourfront Centre
    • July 13
      Indie Friday returns this week for another round of live music discovery with Leah Daniels and The Reklaws, plus graffiti artists showing off their stuff.
      Yonge–Dundas Square
    • July 14-15
      Now in its 46th year, this annual festival shuts down the downtown core in celebration of Indian heritage and culture, and ends with a huge parade.
      Multiple Venues
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    Festival of India

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Festival of India

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