Your Guide To WayHome 2016

WayHome may not be in Toronto, but we've adopted the Oro-Medonte-area festival as our own. And if the city feels emptier than usual this upcoming weekend, it's probably because everyone's partying at the Burl's Creek Event Ground. Gates open at 3 p.m. on Thursday, July 21 so you can start setting up before the music begins, and the ferris wheel starts spinning, the next day.

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Front Street Foods

This summer, thousands will flock to the second annual Front Street Foods (FSF) at Adelaide Place (150 York Street — at the corners of both Adelaide/University Avenue and Adelaide/York), to tantalize their tastebuds with dishes and delicacies designed by 20 local chefs, restaurants and food entrepreneurs. From sweet and savoury, to lush and succulent, this carefully curated culinary market, presented by Toronto Market Company (TMCo.) and Dream Office REIT, will be open for the public to enjoy weekdays on June 13, 2016 to August 5, 2016 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (with breakfast vendors opening early at 8 a.m.).

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Toronto's First Cider Festival Was A Hit!

Toronto's first Cider Festival cropped up this past Saturday at Yonge and Dundas Square. Despite its location at one of the busiest intersections in Canada, organizers tried to give the fest a country feel by laying out straw, hay bails and barrels throughout the fenced off section of the public square. Attendees seemed to arrive on theme wearing an abundance of plaid.

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