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Enjoy our free concerts, film screenings, theatre in the park and more.
Choose from Moroccan to Pub and everything in between!
Buy the freshest food, the trendiest clothes, plus unique furniture and gifts.
We've got hotels, spas and quiet spots galore.
Get ready! This August, Toronto's newest signature food event arrives. The Feast of St. Lawrence celebrates the rich, authentic and delicious history of Old Town Toronto over 3 sumptuous days.
On Friday, August 12th attend a special ticketed sit down dinner served outside on Front Street with a menu provided by some of the top restaurants in the area and an 18-piece jazz band. A portion of ticket sales goes to FoodShare.
On Saturday, August 13th explore the world famous St. Lawrence Market, shop for fresh-from-the-farm produce, then enjoy great food and fun on Market Street and the restaurant patios at our Market Street Block Party.
On Sunday, August 14th families and kids are the focus in St. James Park with free activities including a puppet show, fun games and family yoga, face painting, a button booth and lessons for kids about healthy eating.
Check out the full details of the festival here: www.feastofstlawrence.ca
MOVIES IN ST JAMES PARK: INSIDE OUT
We are back this week with our second Movies in St. James Park screening. Join us Thursday, July 28th from 9 pm to 11pm, in St. James Park for a free screening of the Oscar winning film for Best Animated Film, Inside Out.
View other events happening in Old Town Toronto here.
Extending from the East side of Yonge Street to the Don River, and from the North side of Lakeshore Road up to the South side of Queen Street, Old Town Toronto encompasses six distinct neighbourhoods: St. Lawrence Market, Town of York, King Street East, Queen Street East and the Distillery District.
View Old Town Toronto via Google Maps.
This web site is brought to you by the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA (SLMNBIA), a not for profit organization that works collaboratively with area residents, businesses, and cultural and academic institutions to ensure the continued growth and success of Old Town Toronto.