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The Beaches is one of the most picturesque neighbourhoods in Toronto that truly comes alive in the summer, with its 2.5 km of boardwalk and sprawling sandy beaches.
A colourful array of boutique shops, galleries and fine restaurants awaits you along Queen Street East, like Tori’s Bakeshop, an organic and vegan bakery and cafe offering gluten-free options. It’s now open evenings as After Hours, Canada’s first organic and vegan wine bar.
And the Great Spirit Gallery, which is home to local artists from the Beach and Ontario alike. “I’m really wanting to bring back this vibrant artisanal life to the Beaches, the idea of supporting local artists and having handmade goods.” says owner Christi Johnson.
This year, the Beaches International Jazz Festival promises to be quite an extravaganza with Woodbine Park hosting four full stages. It’s a great opportunity to witness up close and personal, a mixture of Canadian and international jazz musicians.
Another summer favourite is the Beaches Arts and Crafts Show held in Kew Gardens Park, bringing quality handmade products from 150 talented artists and designers from across Canada. Admission is free, come rain or shine.
Starting in July, the Beach Village will host its second annual Movie Night Series. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs to watch outdoor screenings along Queen Street, at Kew Gardens at Lee Avenue and the Ivan Forrest Gardens at Glen Manor Drive. The movies will include a mix of genres appealing to movie-goers of all ages.
• The Beaches International Jazz Festival — July 10 to 26
• Beaches Arts and Crafts Show — June 13 and 14
• Movie Night Series — July 8 to August 26