Check out our list of activities happening around the city this Father’s Day weekend:
Indulge in Great Eats:
Celebrate Father’s Day with your family in the lush gardens of Casa Loma. Enjoy a casual style BBQ, with family activities and live entertainment. Tickets include the Father’s Day BBQ and activities as well as admission to Casa Loma with multimedia audio guide
The annual Taste of Little Italy festival transforms College Street, from Bathurst to Shaw, into an Italian piazza, with walking access to restaurants, shops and music on every corner. Some of the cuisine offered includes veal sandwiches, burgers, vegetables, grilled chicken, shrimp and much more.
Satisfy your father’s sweet tooth by treating him to a day full of tasty fun. Choose between a Father’s Day chocolate tour, a sweets tour or a chocolate workshop!
Get Active for a Great Cause:
The Do it for Dads Walk Run 5KM is a fun, family-friendly event, hosted on Father’s Day, that raises awareness and funds for the leading cancer affecting Canadian men and the families that love them.
Tour a Brewery:
Live music on the patio, brewery open house, and complimentary steins for all the fathers!
Catch a Baseball Game:
Watch Toronto take on Baltimore at the Rogers Centre this Saturday and Sunday!
Discover Toronto’s Art & Culture:
Check out Toronto’s Festival of Arts and Creativity, an annual ten-day celebration of the arts in Toronto. Whether your dad likes music, art, literature or theatre, there are tons of events to see!
5 events, 4 parks, 3 days, 2 kilometres, 1 giant party! The Redpath Waterfront Festival is three days of free entertainment and events for people of all ages and interests. Taking place all weekend along the Queens Quay from Spadina to Lower Sherbourne.
Join more than 500,000 music lovers as 1,500 musicians take over the city performing 350+ concerts in just 12 days. From the young lions to the legends to undiscovered gems, the TD Jazz Festival is yours to discover.
Experience the sights and sounds of a star-studded lineup of headline performers from around the world, while enjoying a variety of delicious food and fun activities! The Scotiabank CHIN International Picnic takes place at Exhibition Place and is the largest free multicultural picnic in the world, attracting more than 250,000 people each year.
Get Out on the Water:
Make this Father’s Day special by taking to the water! Treat dad to a delicious market-fresh brunch or dinner while you cruise along the beautiful Toronto harbour.