• June 21 Buffalo Jump Peace Walk (Aboriginal Day) Peace Walk from Nathan Phillips' Square to Fort York. Music and stories until 4:00 pm Free admission from noon. Fort York,100 Garrison Road, 416-392-6907 or,
  • Fri June 24-26: CANCELLED YET AGAIN Toronto International Festival Caravan] Once the largest North American cultural festival. Discover Toronto's myriad cultures in a nine-day event full of pageantry, shows, food and drink. 416-856-6482 - moved to Yonge-Dundas Square. FREE
  • June 24-July 3 GREEKTOWN'S SOUNDS OF THE DANFORTH Greektown welcomes the TD Canada Trust Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival . The Alexander the Great Parkette, (at the corner of Logan and Danforth Avenues). Enjoy Happy Hour Series and family strolls on the weekends to listen to fantastic musicians from all over the world. Performances FREE. 416-469-5634
  • Sat June 25 1:30pm, approx 2 ½ hours: Heritage Walk: Union Station and the Railway Lands When Union Station opened in 1927, a vast complex of shops, yards, engine houses and turntables serviced the steam locomotives and intercity passenger trains that operated out of Toronto. Heritage Toronto, 416-338-0684 FREE
  • Sat June 25 2:00-10:00pm: Blues for Peace A family day of Roots and Blues music featuring Juno award winning Canadian Blues Icon Jack deKeyzer plus more great bands to be announced. Mel Lastman Square , 5100 Yonge St. FREE
  • Sat & Sun June 25 & 27, 1 - 10pm: Inti Raymi South American Festival. Incan music and awesome food. 416-782-2953 Christie Pits. FREE
  • Sun June 26 1:30pm, approx 2 ½ hours: Heritage Walk; Water in the City of Toronto Take a raindrop's journey through Riverdale, from where it falls to where it flows into the Don River . Learn about Toronto's sewer system and how landscape and neighbourhoods affect the health of our watersheds. Heritage Toronto, 416-338-0684. FREE