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What's On: Lots to eat and do in the city this weekend!

There's lots to do and eat in the city this weekend. So let's get right to it!


Summerlicious
Jul 3 to Jul 26
Various Locations

The popular food event of the summer is back! For a bargain price, you can feast like a king or queen at one of the many participating restaurants in the city. More than 200 restaurants offer three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus. And in celebration of this city hosting the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games, Summerlicious also offer its first Culinary Event Series.

For more information, check out the Summerlicious website.


Taste of Toronto
Jul 2 to Jul 5
Fort York

Back for its second year, this is a one-stop shop for a range of food ranging from meals offered by established restaurants such as Morimoto and Bannock to popular food trends of the moment such as Asian night market fare. You buy entrance ticket to a session, and then get a *Crown* card that needs to be loaded up with money to purchase food, drinks and other items on offer.

For more information, check out the Taste of Toronto website.


Graffiti Alley Tour
Saturdays - 1 PM (FREE through the summer)
Meeting Point: 'Hug Me' tree near Queen and Soho

The laneways and alleyways of Queen Street West are popular with shutterbugs and those who enjoy public art. But there's a lot of debate around graffiti -- does it really beautify the streetscape or is it simply vandalism. Here the many viewpoints on this topic as part of the tour.

For more information, check out the Graffiti Alley website.


Fringe Festival: FringeKids
Jul 3 to Jul 12
George Ignatieff Theatre

There are even more FringeKids events to see and take part in this year! There are shows such as Hamlet: A Puppet Epic, a modern day Hansel and Gretel and a musical called The Crazy Space Adventure of Princess Sparkly Butt and the Hot Dog Kid. There are "Pick-up+Play Stations where kids can build a Lego land, jump in a bubble pool and dress up in costumes. As well as workshops inspired by the shows taking stage.

For more information, check out Fringe Festival website.


Kidsfest
Jul 4
Toronto Centre Island

The island's Centre Amusement Park is a big hit with the kids -- with the rides, attractions and a animals at the Far Enough Farm. The KidsFest festival offers more fun in the form of free activities, bouncy castles and clowns.

For more information, check out the Kidsfest website.


In Concert: Divine Brown
Jul 3
Mel Lastman Square

The songstress takes centre stage tonight as part of the Cultura Festival.

For more information, check out the Cultura Festival website.

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