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The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

It's a new week and that means new free events in Toronto. Parkway Forest Park gets its own set of outdoor movie screenings and Sail-In Cinema arrives on the waterfront. There's a huge dog festival and a free party in Liberty Village.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    • August 6
      Hailing from Kitchener, this five-piece alternative indie folk group is performing a free set of their jazzy, uplifting and soulful tunes.
      Sir John A. MacDonald Plaza - Union Station
    • August 9
      There's nothing like a free summer party, and a big one is happening in Liberty Village this week with tons of local free food, drinks and music.
      Liberty Village
    • August 9
      New this year is the arrival of free outdoor movies in parkway Forest Park, beginning with a screening of the 2016 remake of Ghostbusters.
      Parkway Forest Park
    • August 10
      Arrive via boat or foot to this two-day outdoor film festival, viewable from the shore or on the water, featuring the world’s first two-sided floating screen.
      Sugar Beach
    • August 11
      While technically a fundraiser, this pooch party offers free admission, free training sessions and yes, free doggy pats.
      Woodbine Park
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