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What’s Happening: June 2024

Don’t fret about FOMO. We’re here to share with you the latest and greatest happenings around Canada this month and into the next. From Brunch Fest to Motionball, we can’t wait to see you around town this month.


Rosé Picnic

photo provided by: Rose Picnic

Get ready to sip in style at The Rosé Picnic, Canada’s largest premium picnic, on Saturday, June 22, 2024, from 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the scenic Stanley Barracks Grounds at Hotel X Toronto. Join over 5,000 rosé enthusiasts for a day of sunshine, gourmet eats, and endless pink drinks, all while supporting the Women’s College Hospital Foundation. The festivities kick off with a Summer Solstice Party the evening before, featuring Caribbean flair courtesy of Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. Enjoy international DJs, stunning entertainment, and a chance to win a dream trip to Barbados! Tickets start at $59.95 at rosepicnic.com. Don’t miss out on this Instagram-worthy celebration!

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Brunch Fest

Indulge in the ultimate brunch experience at Brunch Fest, Toronto’s favorite two-day brunch festival, returning on Saturday, June 15 and Sunday, June 16, at The Grounds at Hotel X Toronto. Presented by TasteToronto, Brunch Fest features over 150 mouthwatering dishes from the city’s top restaurants, alongside mimosas at the Mimosa Bar and Ultimate Caesars from Matt & Steve’s Caesar Gardens. With smoothie bowls, freshly squeezed juices, and plenty of vegan options, it’s a brunch lover’s paradise! Enjoy live music by the St. Royals, DJs, interactive games, and more. Tickets range from $17.95 to $25.95. Join us for a weekend of delicious fun!

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Motionball

photo provided by: Motionball

On June 8, 2024, motionball for Special Olympics will host the 2024 Marathon of Sport Toronto at York University Keele Campus, a fun and inclusive event presented by Scarborough Toyota. From 9 am to 4 pm, 64 teams, each paired with a Special Olympics star athlete, will compete in various sports, raising awareness and funds to support Special Olympics athletes nationwide. The event aims to raise $450,000, fostering friendships and community inclusion. The day will conclude with a lively after-party featuring live music and a beer garden at York Lions Stadium. 

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