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Will Band-jumping

So much to do in Toronto this coming week, and considering the upcoming forecast, it’s best to participate in the outdoor activities on Saturday.

However, the weekend isn’t the only BIG thing happening. Our friend Will Stroet and his band are visiting from BC to participate at the Kids’ CBC Days in Downtown Toronto next Wednesday and Thursday. Join us as we partake in the fun and make some very special memories!

Kids’ CBC Days July 16-17 10:00am to 3:00pm

The fun returns this summer with Kids’ CBC Days! Pre-schoolers, school-age kids, parents and caregivers are invited to take part in this special annual event packed with interactive activities, live performances and free giveaways. Plus, there will be lots of free activities for young children including painting, crafts, bouncy castle, interactive zone, seed balls and more.

PlayZone July 16 10:00am to 5:00pm

Play Zone is an imagination playground that encourages learning, social development, movement and fun. Kids can build, connect pieces, create walls, forts, castles and all kinds of fun environments. Kids decide how and what to build without any influence from grown-ups.

Summer Kids Festival July 12  10:00am to 5:00pm Bloor West Village

Visit Bloor West Village for all things FUN for Kids! This free event will feature stage shows, delicious food, strolling entertainment, a sidewalk sale, activity centres, carnival games, and inflatables.

Walk For Change July 12 10:00am – 2:00pm

Walk for Change is a fundraising walk and BBQ in support of the Mental Health and Addictions Programs of LAMP Community Health Centre! The Walk will begin at 10:00am (Registration at 9:00am) at LAMP CHC and consist of both 2km and 5km route options around our neighbourhood. The walk will be followed by music, entertainment, activities, a BBQ, and prizes!

Festival of India July 12-13

Experience ancient India at the 42nd annual Festival of India. This year presents a colorful tapestry of artistic performances in classical Indian music and dance styles.After the parade, everything moves to Centre Island where there is music, dance and drama performances, a South Asian Bazaar, exhibits, face painting, a kids’ area and a free vegetarian feast to all who attend.

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