Chris Glover MPP, Spadina–Fort York

Government of Ontario

Fun Things To Do

  • Art Gallery of Ontario: The AGO will reopen to the public and you can now start booking single tickets for visits starting July 23. New hours are Thursdays to Sundays from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm. Everyone over the age of four entering the museum will be required to wear a face mask and only a limited number of tickets will be available for each 30-minute timeslot. Physical distancing measures will also be in effect.
  • CityView Drive-In: CityView is an entirely contactless experience in the parking lot at 20 Polson Street. From the safety of your own vehicle, capture world class talent on a massive 238-foot stage with the Toronto skyline in the background.
  • Curbside Collective BBQ Series: Curbside Collective will be hosting a mini farmers market from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm and street food pop-up from 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm. Saturdays at 852 King St. W.
  • Greenbelt Foundation: As most of Ontario heads into Phase 3 of re-opening, the Greenbelt is a safe destination for tourism and recreation, when enjoyed responsibly. In need of an outdoor activity this summer with the kids? Download the Earth Rangers app and join one of the Greenbelt-supported missions from home. Create places for small animals to sleep, feed, and nest in your own backyard in Habitat Hero or team up with a friend to plant a tree and learn about ecosystems in Just 1 Tree. Discover so much more about Ontario’s biodiversity along the way!
  • Hot Yoga & Fitness in a Bubble: Lmnts Outdoor Studio presents this pop-up at Hotel X Toronto, 111 Princes’ Blvd. Open 7 days a week, the experience will take place in 50 outdoor private, clear, frameless domes, allowing for a personal and relaxing experience – all while maintaining a safe social distance.
  • Ontario Place Summer Line-up: Enjoy great comedy, live music and feature films on a 60-foot screen in a safe and family-friendly setting at the water’s edge of Ontario Place. 955 Lake Shore Blvd. W.
  • Toronto Shines will present the best in live entertainment, comedy and current and classic films. It is running now through October.
  • DriveInTO, a new initiative launched by the City of Toronto, will offer free drive-in film screenings in August with programming by Hot Docs, imagineNATIVE and TIFF.
  • Toronto Undergraduate Jazz Festival, a not-for-profit organization that creates opportunities for young jazz artists to showcase their talent, will present a virtual jazz festival in the Trillium Park on September 5-6.
  • Toronto International Film Festival will run from September 10-19, with 50 new feature films, five programmes of short films, as well as interactive talks, film cast reunions, and Q&As with cast and filmmakers tailored to fit the moment with physical screenings, digital screenings, and at drive-ins, including Ontario Place.
  • Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market: The market is now open Tuesdays, 3:00 to 7:00 pm until October 27th, rain or shine. Controlled entrance on Crawford with exit at Dundas & Shaw. One-way flow.