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10 things to do in Toronto today

Today is one of those days for events in Toronto where there are so many amazing options, it's hard to pick! The summer's booziest party is on with the Rosé Picnic and there's a big street festival along Ossington. The Black-owned market is back and a new drink festival is here.

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    • July 27
      White and pink are the colours of the day at this boozy picnic in the garden that features food, music, Instagram backdrops and, of course, drinks.
      Stanley Barracks at Hotel X Toronto
    • July 27
      Good vibes are on at OssFest as part of Ossington Ave closes for a day of yoga, shopping, patio chilling, food, music, performances and more.
      Ossington Ave
    • July 27
      Back again is this huge summer market centred around Black-owned businesses with beauty, art, fashion, food and specialty products for sale.
      Exhibition Place
    • July 27
      New this year is a festival and symposium dedicated to showcasing over 50 natural, biodynamic, organic and low-intervention wines from around the world.
    • July 27
      Goodies from all over the Middle East make up this big festival with sweet and savoury bites, a market, music and more.
      Yonge-Dundas Square
    • July 27
      The best way to express yourself is through pins and patches and this annual show features local makers selling all kinds of unique creations.
      Toronto Media Arts Centre
    • July 27
      Break out your best lei for this annual festival dedicated to Polynesian culture with a full day of performances, food, shopping and activities.
      Mel Lastman Square
    • July 27
      It's a night of food, drink, farmers, vintage and handcrafted goods and music at this big PWYC night market, hosted by the Leslieville Farmers' Market.
      Jonathan Ashbridge Park
    • July 27
      Director Alejandro Jodorowsky's cult classic captured blended Latin American and European cinematic elements to create his own Western world.
      The Royal Cinema
    • July 27
      The fire breathing dragon car known as Heavy Meta is pulling to to Sterling Road for a huge party featuring art, performances, rides and lots more.
      The Sands
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    Black Owned

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Black Owned


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