World Pride Toronto, World Cup, Summer Solstice. There's so much to choose from what's going on this weekend that you really wish there were more hours in the day!

World Pride 2014 - Proud Voices and Literary Program

June 20 - June 30, Glad Day Bookshop

Over 100 writers and performers in just 10 days. Events are kicking off with a cabaret night to kick off Glad Day Bookshop's World Pride Programming. Hosted by Troy Jackson, featuring Vivek Shraya, Catherine Hernandez and Ty Gilecki among others.

For more information, check out the Glad Day Bookshop website.

Proud TUM Picnic at World Pride

This event has been cancelled!

 

For more information, check out the Toronto Underground Market website.

Bent Lens: Under the Stars

June 20 to June 23 David Pecaut Square

Settle in under the stars for four nights of classic LGBT favourites that audiences of all ages will enjoy, complete with special guests, live performances, music, and audience participation.

For more information, check out the TIFF website.

Live Movie Night: Grease

June 21 (Rain date: June 22) David Crombie Park

A free family evening to watch Grease together, with live music, outdoor art gallery, storytelling, potluck picnic and book trade. Tell your friends, neighbours and family, and join in to celebrate the first day of the summer!

For more information, check out the Jamii Facebook page.

Summer Solstice Festival

June 21 The Junction

Celebrate DIY culture, love for art, design and music. Green powered event showcasing our neighbourhood's passion for healthy lifestyle and love for fresh quality food. Day to Night enjoy family friendly shows and workshops, take a spin on a Ferris Wheel and taste the Junction. Stay around for a special events, movie screening and enjoy the bustling nightlife.

For more information, check out the Junction Summer Solstice website.

Day of Delight

Jun 22 Dufferin Grove Park

A Toronto celebration of Love, Courtship and Desire outdoors in lush and beautiful Dufferin Grove Park. Join us and some of Toronto's most amorous artists, actors, singers and dancers as we celebrate the themes of Love, Courtship and Desire for Place, People and Planet!

For more information, check out Clay and Paper Theatre Facebook page.

National Aboriginal Day

June 21 Toronto Zoo

Free admission will be provided with presentation of status card. Turtle Island Conservation will be hosting a table from 1:00pm to 3:30pm at Toronto Zoo's First Nations Art Garden where visitors can learn about the traditional plants in the Art Garden and the work that we do in partnership with First Nations communities to protect species at risk.

For more information, check out the Toronto Zoo website.

Magic City: A Community Celebration

June 21 (1:30 - 3:30 PM) New Park, 620 Parliament Street

Regent Park becomes a Magic City at this free community celebration. It will come alive with pipes and horns, voices and drums, ice cream trucks and orchestras - all to celebrate the opening of Toronto's newest city park.

For more information, check out the Coleman Lemieux website.

In Concert: Aria Zenua

June 21 Waterfront Festival Toronto

Hosted by Shakura S'Aida, the Emerge Artists Showcase gives artists a chance to showcase their talent. Aria Zenua is one of the performers.

Check out Aria Zenua's vocal chops on her YouTube video and more information on the Waterfront Festival Toronto website.