“By regularly reclaiming our streets from the mess of traffic and parking, our neighbourhood enjoys the opportunity to express its character. It’s simple, we remove the automobile and the streets become a cultural playground – an expression of our community’s diverse ethnicity, age and interests.” – pskensington.ca
This Sunday I brought my camera with me to capture a few moments. If you’re in Toronto or not far, make it a day trip on the last Sunday of the month. See you there!
The food! This is about 1% of what you can find to eat in the market. Come with an empty belly. (wood burning oven cooked bagels from Nu Bagel)
Leave a pair, buy a pair. Lots of vintage shopping to help you stay cool.
Need some plans this weekend? If you’re going to be in Toronto, plan to get your CRAFT ON at the Spring City of Craft show on Saturday. This show just keeps getting better and better since it’s first in 2007. Here’s a sneak peak of what you’ll find. It’s a perfect opportunity to pick up a gift for Mother’s Day. Ok, and maybe a little something for yourself.