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10 things to do in Toronto today

The weekend is far from over and events in Toronto today will see the final day for a few big festivals, including TIFF, the Polish and Ukrainian festivals and Museum of the Moon. The final Open Streets will see part of Yonge and Bloor turned into paved parks and the Garlic Festival is back.

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    • September 15
      Open Streets is back for a pedestrian takeover of part of Bloor and Yonge streets for a day of activities, games, workshops and performances in the street.
      Multiple Venues
    • September 15
      Stinky hands and smelly breath are all part of the fun at this festival dedicated to all-things related to the pungent and tasty herb known as garlic.
      Artscape Wychwood Barns
    • September 15
      Dedicated to queer makers, this market is filled with vibrant and cool handmade items like food, art, clothing, pins, gifts, household and beauty items.
    • September 15
      Comedians of colour and from the LGBTQ2S+ community are taking the stage as SHADE returns to celebrate representation in comedy.
  • Ongoing events
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