ANNUAL PIONEER HARVEST FESTIVAL celebrates Mennonite and Pennsylvania-German pioneers featuring authentic food, quilts and interactive demonstrations. Saturday. $11-$15. Black Creek Pioneer Village, 1000 Murray Ross Pkwy. CITY CIDER This all-ages event celebrates cider with local food, live music, workshops for all-ages and of course, plenty of cider. Guests are invited to enjoy activities including cargo bike races, viewing a bee colony, making a print proof press using the Mackenzie House’s printing press, orchard tours and preserving demonstrations. Sunday. $8$10. Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens, 285 Spadina Rd. FRANCOPHONIE EN FÊTE is a Toronto music festival celebrating Francophone and Francophile heritage. Already in its tenth year, there will be folk, rock, blues, jazz, soul, reggae, country, afropop and African soul music. Until Sunday. Free. Distillery Historic District, corner of Parliament and Mill Sts. FRONT STREET FOODS This summer the newly renovated Union Station welcomes guests to enjoy food and entertainment in a relaxed atmosphere. The food market showcases Toronto’s best chefs, restaurants, bakers, food entrepreneurs and artisanal food makers. Until Sept. 27. Free. Union Station, 65 Front St. W. HONEY HARVEST FESTIVAL celebrates all things bees and honey, with cooking demos, bee keeper talks and local and natural honey for sale. Guests can take a tour of the bee house, meet a bee keeper and even taste the honey. Kids can play some bee games and do the honey bee dance as well as creating bee-inspired arts and crafts. There will also be face painting, music, entertainment and an outdoor barbecue. Saturday. $10. Kortright Centre for Conservation, 9550 Pine Valley Dr., Woodbridge. PIRATE SHIP ADVENTURE Put on your best pirate gear and try to stick the word “salty” in your name to become a proper pirate in this trip along the mean water of Lake Ontario. Upon boarding the pirate ship participants will be on the hunt for sunken treasure as they learn about the buccaneer life with storytelling and activities like firing cannons and sending people off the plank. Saturday until Oct. 31. $25. Centre Island, Toronto Island. POOCHELLA TO Dog owners and dog fans are invited to this outdoor party of fun, food and music for our four-legged friends. Some of the festivities include a pooch photo booth, pooch awards (best costume, owner/dog lookalike, etc.), pooch show, local dogs to be adopted and more. Sunday. Free. Woodbine Park, 1695 Queen St. E. RIOT FEST takes over Toronto again, showcasing punk, rock and alternative music. This year’s lineup boasts the reformed Canadian rock icons Alexisonfire, on one of several festival dates for the band. Saturday-Sunday. $69.50-$289.98. Downsview Park, 35 Carl Hall Rd. SENSORIUM TORONTO is a dining experience that immerses the five senses. Guests can dine on a multi-course dinner with beer and food pairings, with each dish inspired by one of the five senses. Taking place in a sensorial dome, it is a 360 degree experience, surrounded by video and interactive elements. Until Sept. 27. $148.11. Sensorial dome, 525 King St. W. Stellaartoissensorium.com. TORONTO BEER WEEK Though the summer sun is slowly setting, you won’t have to put away the beer glasses just yet. Celebrating local craft beers, this week of beer celebration features dozens of different breweries and bars/restaurants around the city. Friday until Sept. 26. Various locations in Toronto. Torontobeerweek.com. Prices vary on events. TORONTO FOOD AND WINE FESTIVAL This very first festival of its kind in Toronto showcases the expertise and creativity from chefs and sommeliers from all over the city. The festival will include over 130 vendors, live demonstrations, celebrity chefs and more. Friday-Sunday. $16-$90. Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Ave. TORONTO GARLIC FESTIVAL is a celebration of Ontario’s garlic harvest where Ontario farmers sell their garlic and local chefs cook with garlic. There are workshops and demonstrations by farmers, gardeners, chefs, cicerones, scientists and health experts. Sunday. $5.15. Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie St. TORONTO OKTOBERFEST This event features beer, food and musical entertainment spread across three sessions. Tables are available by reservation or on a first come, first served basis. Friday-Saturday. $25-$900. Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore Blvd. W. TORONTO UKRAINIAN FESTIVAL Ukrainian immigrants and their descendants have been an important part of Canada’s multicultural makeup ever since the 1880s, when they began coming over to start new lives. This festival celebrates Ukrainian-Canadian heritage and it’s back for its 19th year. Friday-Sunday. Free. Bloor West Village, Jane St. to Glendonwynne Rd. TURF FESTIVAL This Toronto Urban Roots Festival features eclectic musical acts from pop and indie rock to punk, blues and country. Usually taking place in July, this festival was moved to avoid clashing with the Pan Am Games. Headliners for this year include Of Monsters and Men, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Wilco. Friday-Sunday. $69.50-$349.50. Fort York Garrison Common, 250 Fort York Blvd.