NOW Magazine - Hot Summer Guide

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Thursday, August 14


rSAIL- IN CINEMA Toronto Port Authority outdoor film festival with two-sided floating movie screen set atop a barge in the harbour to be viewed by land or boat. To Aug 16. Free. Sugar Beach, 25 Dockside. sailincine­

TORONTO MUSIC RUN 5K night run along the shores of Lake Ontario combining music, light and an after-party.

Friday, August 15


rCANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION The Ex, featuring bandshell concerts, an acrobatics show, celebrity chef demos, parades, the Air Show, midway, rides, food trucks and much more opens today runs to Sep 1. $18, child/srs $14, under 4 free (rides extra). Exhibition Place.

Tuesday, August 19


ACROSS THE UNIVERSE Outdoor film screening. 8: 30 pm. Free, Yonge- Dundas Square.

Wednesday, August 20

FREE FLICKS: FUNNY GIRL Celebratio­n of funny femmes in film with an outdoor screening hosted by NOW Magazine film critic Norm Wilner. Dusk (9 pm). Free. Harbourfro­nt Centre, 235 Queens Quay W. 416-973-4000, harbourfro­

Saturday, August 23



AND THE GREAT WAR Heritage Toronto walk. 10 am. Free/pwyc. Ed & Anne Mirvish Parkette, outside Bathurst subway. heritageto­

rRASTAFEST Multidisci­plinary festival showcasing different aspects of Rastafrian culture.$10, adv $7. Downview Park, Sheppard and Keele.

Saturday, August 16


AGGIE’S WILDFLOWER­S Heritage Toronto walk. 1: 30 pm. Free/pwyc. Lambton House, 4066 Old Dundas. heritageto­

Sunday, August 17


ARGONAUTS FOOTBALL The Argos play the BC Lions. 7: 30 pm. Rogers Centre, 1 Blue Jays Way. REMAKING TORONTO: ANIMALS AND OFFICE TOWERS IN THE DOWNTOWN CORE Heritage Toronto walk. 10: 30 am. Free/pwyc. Commerce Court North, 25 King W. heritageto­ TOWN TO PARK: AVENUE ROAD TO ROSEHILL RESERVOIR Heritage Toronto walk. 1: 30 pm. Free/pwyc. NW corner of Avenue and St Clair. heritageto­

rPAWS IN THE PARK (Toronto Humane Soc) Pet walk with canine minimakeov­ers, face painting, a microchip clinic and more. 10 am-2 pm. Donations. Woodbine Park, Coxwell and Lake Shore E. pawsinthep­ark. com.


THE ROYAL ALEXANDRA THEATRE AND ITS NEIGHBOURH­OOD Heritage Toronto walk. 11 am. Free/pwyc. Simcoe E of CBC Bldg ( 250 Front W). heritageto­ Tuesday, August 26


Sunday, August 24 Benefits TOMMY BOY Outdoor film screening. 8 pm. Free, Yonge- Dundas Square.

Sunday, August 31 rPEDESTRIA­N SUNDAYS IN KENSINGTON MARKET Celebrate summer with music, street theatre and more on streets closed to traffic. Noon-7 pm. Free. Kensington Market, Augusta and College. pskensingt­

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