The Cabbagetown Festival will kick off with an exhilarating opening ceremonies, have loads of things for the kids to do, entertain all ages with music and more and end with a closing surprise you will be itching to take part in. More info below. Bring your family and friends and do not forget to share your experience on social media tagging @Cabbagetown_BIA and using #CabbagetownFestival.
Join us as we kick the weekend off. Have your cameras ready. (More info to come.)
The ceremony will include a performance by the Toronto Police Motor Squad Drill Team.
Keeping it FREE again for 2017, our KIDS ZONE is set to expand on Carlton Street. (More info to come.)
Dotting the streets, live musicians will entertain you with an eclectic mix of beats. (More info to come.)
Join us as we end the weekend on a high note. Have your cameras ready. (More info to come.)
Birth of A City, the Story of Toronto – A 20 minute short film featuring live narration and music that explores Toronto’s indigenous past and major achievements
Blair’s Run – The annual fun run is about 2km long in and around Cabbagetown. 100% of proceeds go towards the Cabbagetown Youth Centre.
Cabbagetown Short Film Festival – Cabbagetown’s premiere film festival, a home for domestic and international independent short films.
Cabbagetown Arts & Crafts – Located in Riverdale Park, the CA&C shows off the best art that Toronto has to offer.
Singular Eye on Cabbagetown – Local Photography by Eric Morse – An exhibition of photographs on a Cabbagetown theme by local photographer Eric Morse.
The local Cabbagetown community is home to many amazing events. Events will be added here as events are confirmed by our community organizers. If you are an organizer of an event, please send all details to bia@CabbagetownTO.com for listing consideration.
September 9, 2017 11:00am-10:00pm
September 10, 2017 11:00am-7:00pm
237 Carlton Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Sat, 09 September, 2017, 11:00 am