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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week will have your mouth watering for some butter chicken and naan bread. Elsewhere, parts of both Yonge and Bloor are going car-free for Open Streets and there's a huge celebration happening in Chinatown.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    • August 16
      The Toronto Palestine Film Festival is ready to put on their annual free outdoor film screening, this time featuring Wajib, plus food, music and food.
      Christie Pits Park
    • August 16
      Matagali is ready to launch a new tasting menu and is set to give away free house-made butter chicken, naan and prizes for one day only.
    • August 17
      Reggae music and lots of it are at the heart of this annual festival that showcases musicians from all over, plus activities, food, drinks and shopping.
      Black Creek Pioneer Village
    • August 17-18
      One of the city's most vibrant neighbourhoods is celebrating its cultural history with a weekend of dance, music, food, activities and shopping.
    • August 18
      Part of Bloor Street West and Yonge are shutting down for a car-free day of fun, as the streets open up for yoga, music, dance, workshops, games and more.
      Multiple Venues
    Lead photo by

    Matagali Indian & Thai Restaurant

Lead photo by

Matagali Indian & Thai Restaurant

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