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10 things to do in Toronto today

The weekend is hardly over and events in Toronto today are all about filling up on oysters and German food at a new festival. You can samba your heart out at Brazilfest or have a brew under the Gardiner, while the city's own punk rockers PUP are performing and it's the last day for Fringe.

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    • July 21
      Toronto's Brazilian community is celebrating the cultural heritage and traditions of Brazil with a big festival, including food, music, dance and more.
      Earlscourt Park
    • July 21
      It's a day for small press with a big marketplace, featuring over 100 local vendors of self-published books, comics, music, zines, crafts and prints.
    • July 21
      Dig your toes into the sand with a day of music by local and international DJs with this week's special guest, Madam X from England.
      Cherry Beach
    • July 21
      New this year is the festival dedicated to all-things German food, with plenty of sauerkraut, bratwurst and beer, plus music and an arts market.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • July 21
      Get ready to rock out with PUP and their big sound that's been forged from the fires of Toronto's own punk scene.
      RBC Echo Beach
    • July 21
      Sundays are for shucking and this festival is ready to shuck over 15,000 little guys from all over, served up alongside a feast of different foods.
    • July 21
      Stretch out on a blanket in the park as Christie Pits host another free/PWYC outdoor screening, this time of the classic film The Odd Couple.
      Christie Pits
    • July 21
      The Bellwoods Flea is back with local artisans, designers and vendors selling art, jewellery, gifts, food, clothing, beauty products and home items.
    • August 4-25
      Local indie acts Claire de la Loopa, Moscow Apartment and Birds of Bellwoods are ready to take the stage among food, drinks, games and lounging.
      The Bentway
  • Ongoing events
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    • July 3-14
      Toronto's biggest theatre festival wraps up for another year, but not before a final day of performances at venues all over the city.
      Multiple Venues
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Rodney's Oyster House

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