by Caitlyn Holroyd

May 27th-30th

Refugee Camp in the Heart of the City @ Christie Pits Park, 750 Bloor St. W. Free, interactive, awareness-raising event from Doctors Without Borders. Learn some of the challenges refugees face in trying to access food, shelter, water, and medical care through their guided tour.  

May 28th-30th

(Mostly Betsey Johnson) Designer Clothing Sale 2 @ Public Office, 780 Queen St. W. 60%+ off retail from Anthropologie, Marc Jacobs, Lululemon, Missoni, and Betsey Johnson.  

May 29th-30th

Doors Open Toronto 150 buildings of architectural, historic, cultural and social significance open their doors to the public for free. 


8 pm Memorial/Party for Will Munro @ Gladstone Hotel Melody Bar, 1214 Queen St. W. For those who have loved and been loved by Will Munro, who passed away May 21st after battling brain cancer.  


6 pm Fashion Films from Filler Magazine @ Baitshop Gallery, 358 Dufferin St. #117. Stunning screenings from Filler Magazine’s Spring Volume 1, Issue 3.  

8 pm Steam Whistle Unsigned 14 @ Steam Whistle Brewing, 255 Bremner Blvd. Summer kick-off edition of Unsigned, featuring local musicians Private Life, The Balconies and Whale Tooth. $5, with 100% of proceeds going to the Artists Health Center Foundation.  

9 pm Worn Fashion Journal Issue 10 Release Party @ CineCycle, 129 Spadina Ave. Art-on-pins exhibit with $1 buttons for sale and 60s songs for dancing. $7 or $5 if you wear a pin.  


Leslieville Stomp 2010 Leslievillers will be having yard and garage sales all day while businesses up and down Queen St. E. and Dundas St. E. will be offering deals abound. 

12 pm Indie Craft Fair @ The Garrison, 1197 Dundas St. W. Vintage kitsch, vintage clothes, art, records, handmade crafts, zines and more! 

12 pm Great Lakes Brewery 7th Annual BBQ @ Great Lakes Brewery, 30 Queen Elizabeth Blvd. Live entertainment, music, free food, games and beer! Proceeds from all Great Lakes beer sold will be donated to Gatehouse, a local centre for abused children.  


12 pm P.S. Kensington @ Kensington Market. It’s the first Pedestrian Sunday of the year and the streets are yours to roam from 12-7 pm. The perfect excuse to wander around the market and get outside!  

9 pm Blackout @ Baby Huey, 72 Ossington Ave. Recreating the infamous Blackout of August 2003. Bring your flashlights, bike lights and candles ‘cause there’ll be no amplification, lights, or attitude. Acoustic performances, spoken word, comedy, poetry, dance, burlesque, improv, rants and raves, boardgames.