Here is a quick list of fun things you should definitely consider trying! Don't get stuck in the same routine during your summer, and be open to exploring the city and yourself!
Visit Toronto Island’s William Meany Maze! It’s a storybook icon that has come to life, thanks to a very generous donation from William Meany. The original maze was constructed in 1967, but after falling into disrepair, he had it rebuilt to ensure that future generations could wander through, get lost, and become dizzy with joy. It’s fun for all family members!
Try to get more active and balanced energy-wise with yoga! For anyone new to the art of yoga, there are free classes (there is a suggested donation of $5), and the first class starts today, June 30, 2015! They will be held at the Living Arts Centre every Tuesday from 6:30pm-7:45pm!
Get some good conversation flowing while enjoying the sun (safely) on patios around Toronto! The Madison Avenue Pub has beautiful tasting sangria to enjoy on benches out on their patio area; or, if you want delicious, filling food, try visiting the Pump and Patio in Mississauga or Lakeshore. The best patio has to be at Duke of York (on Bloor St. W), which is a British pub with some tasty Indian dishes and free WiFi!
Did you want to travel to Europe, but didn’t have enough funds or time?
Visit one of many festivals happening around Toronto throughout the summer! One that I would like to highlight would be Corso Italia Mercato (July 3-4), which will be on St. Clair, between Westmount and Lansdowne. Expect to find buskers, art, shopping, live music and, of course, food vendors serving up some of the best Italian comfort foods!