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This Weekend In Toronto (September 13-15)

Kevin Yu

My parents are from Hong Kong. With very little money but many hopes and dreams, they decided to leave their home...

My parents are from Hong Kong. With very little money but many hopes and dreams, they decided to leave their home...

Aug 26 4 minutes read

Things To Do In Toronto

Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out these events!

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The Funhouse

Friday, September 13 // 12:00 p.m.
The Funhouse, 101 Lisgar St

The Funhouse is an immersive, experiential art maze that fuses visual art, music and interactive tech, taking guests on a choose-you-own-adventure-style sensory experience through 14 featured rooms. The maze includes exclusives works from well-known Toronto artists such as the Broadbent Sisters, Ness Lee, Ben Johnston, and Paul Jackson inspired by the music of Toronto musicians like Jazz Cartier, The Beaches, LIGHTS and more. Open all summer long, guests will have to come more than once to see it all.

Tickets go on sale May 1 and range from $28 - $40.

$28 for GA, timed and dated visit; $40 for the Golden Ticket, front-line access any time, any day that it's open to the public.

Click here for more information.

Planet Gazing Party

Saturday, September 14 // 7:30 p.m.
University of Toronto - Back Campus Fields

Come see the planets as you've never seen them before! On September 14, join us for our second annual Planet Gazing Party with telescopes, prizes, stars and planets. Starting at 7:30 p.m., we'll have telescopes set up to view Jupiter, Saturn, and their moons. Come see mountains and craters on our own Moon in spectacular detail. Talk to astronomers and telescope enthusiasts and get all your space questions answered. Take a selfie with our gigantic Moon globe and play trivia games to win great prizes.

Make sure to arrive before 9:00 p.m. if you want to catch Jupiter and it moons. Saturn, and the Moon will be visible until the conclusion of the event.

This is a FREE event. No registration is required.

Although this is an outdoor event, we unfortunately cannot allow dogs onto Back Campus Fields.

This event is being offered by the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics in partnership with the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada.

Click here for more information.

Open Streets TO 2019

Sunday, September 15 // 10:00 a.m.
Multiple Venues

Open Streets is Toronto’s largest outdoor recreational program, and it’s coming back this summer! From 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on August 18 and September 15 2019, Open Streets will close 7 km of Bloor and Yonge Streets to motorized vehicles and open them to people on foot, bikes, rollerblades, wheelchairs, skateboards and more.

Activity Hubs will animate the street frontages along the Open Streets route with participative, interactive activities - things like exercise and dance classes, art-making, installations, workshops, performances, street games, water stations, obstacle courses, neighbourhood tours and more – led by Torontonians from along the route and around the city. Organizations, businesses or individuals interesting in leading an activity at an Open Streets Activity Hub at one or both of this summer's events are invited to fill out an activity proposal form here. We can't wait to hear what Torontonians have in mind!

Click here for more information.

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