Fun things to do in Etobicoke.

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Summer is slowly coming to an end, so you might as well enjoy it while it lasts. And in our opinion, there really isn’t a better way of spending the rest of the summer than attending the various events in our local area. The thing is, there’s simply too much going on this month. But, as always, we are here to help. That’s why we’ve come up with this list of ten fun things to do in Etobicoke in September. So, without further ado, let’s get started.

1. Annual Indoor Yard Sale at Islington Seniors’ Centre

Garage sale poster.

Image source: Mark Grimes 

When: Saturday, September 8th, 9am – 1pm

Where: Islington Seniors’ Centre, 4968 Dundas Street West Etobicoke, ON M9A 1B7

If you are a fan of garage sales, it doesn’t get any better than the Annual Indoor Yard Sale at Islington Seniors’ Centre. Here, you’ll find all sorts of hidden treasures such as good quality books, housewares, clothes, yard goods, and small electrical appliances, all for affordable prices.

2. N.S.E.W. Cask Series – EAST Edition at Black Oak Brewery

The event poster.

Image source: Eventbrite

When:  Saturday, September 22nd, 2pm – 7pm

Where: Black Oak Brewing, 75 Horner Ave, Toronto, ON M8Z 4X5

Join Black Oak Brewery for the third event in the N.S.E.W. Cask Series that will feature exclusive casks from breweries in the East such as Big Rig Brewery, Beaus, Mackinnon Brothers Brewing, and Country Durham Brewing Company. Admission to all N.S.E.W. Cask Series events is free, with drink tickets available for $5 each, and food from local businesses available to purchase.

3. Ping Pong for Adults and Seniors at Brentwood Library

Ping pong paddle and ball.

Image source: Toronto Public Library

When: Thursday, September 13th & Friday, September 21st, 1:30pm – 3:00pm

Where: Brentwood Library, 36 Brentwood Road North, Toronto ON, M8X 2B5

On top of being fun, ping pong offers great exercise and can improve your eye/hand coordination in no time. So if you are in for 90 minutes of pure entertainment, then head over to Brentwood Library Program Room. No registration is required.

4. Jaguar Land Rover Drive Experience at CF Sherway Gardens

Land Rover ad.

Image source: CF Sherway Gardens

When:  Saturday – Friday, September 22nd – 28th

Where: CF Sherway Gardens, 25 The West Mall Toronto, ON M9c 1B8

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to drive a Jaguar or Land Rover vehicle? If you have, then you’ll be more than happy to know that two exciting tours are coming to CF Sherway Gardens. Art of Performance Tour offers you a chance to pilot a Jaguar vehicle, while Above and Beyond Tour enables you to put a Land Rover vehicle to the ultimate test.

5. Arts in the Park Party at Bell Manor Park

A park party.

Image source: AITP

When: Friday, September 14th, 3pm – 6pm

Where: Bell Manor Park, 1 Bayside Ln, Toronto, ON

Bell Manor Park has become a hub of fun and play for the surrounding community, making it a prime location for an annual Arts in the Park Party. This event is only in its second year but spells a great time for the whole family.

6. Introduction to Opera at Richview Library

Richview Library.

Image source: Toronto Public Library

When: Monday, September 24th, 6pm – 7pm

Where: Richview Library, 1806 Islington Ave, Toronto ON, M9P3N3

Don’t miss out on this perfect opportunity to learn about the ever-fascinating world of opera. Join a Canadian Opera Company musicologist in this accessible 45 minute chat and find out everything there is to know about opera and its evolution, as well as some of the behind-the-scenes magic.

7. Fall Planting at High Park

Fall plants.

Image source: High Park

When: Sunday, September 9th, 10:30am – 12:30pm

Where: Benches across from the Grenadier Café, 200 Parkside Dr, Toronto, ON M6R2Z3

Late summer is the ideal time for planting native perennials such as Smooth Rose, Cylindrical Blazing Star, and Butterfly Milkweed. It’s also a good time for certain grasses (including Indian and Canada Rye) and even shrubs, such as Wild Raspberry. Tools and gloves will be provided. You just need to make sure to dress appropriately, and don’t forget to bring water, sunscreen, and a hat, of course.

8. Relish the Foodie at Cloverdale Mall

The event poster.

Image source: Cloverdale Mall

When: Saturday, September 29th & Sunday, September 30th, 11:00am – 7pm

Where: Cloverdale Mall, 250 The East Mall, Toronto, ON M9B 3Y8

What better way to spend the last days of September than to enjoy some delicious food. Well, that’s exactly why you need to visit Relish the Foodie, a two-day, free-to-attend, food-centric event that will take place in the parking lot at Cloverdale Mall.

9. Groove Nights at Old Mill Toronto

The event banner.

Image source: Old Mill Toronto

When: Saturday, September 8th, 6pm – 11:45pm

Where: Old Mill Toronto, 21 Old Mill Road, Toronto, ON, M8X 1G5

Cost: $ 15.00 per person + HST cover charge, Minimum Food & Beverage $15.00 per person, reservations suggested

Groove Night Dance Party Celebration is the very definition of fun. It’s the kind of party that you’ll remember for life. From the greatest hits of the 70s to today’s dance party hits, there’s something for everybody to enjoy.

10. Super Science at Brentwood Library

Science kids.

Image source: Science Literacy Week

When: Saturday, September 22th, 10am – 11am

Where: Brentwood Library, 36 Brentwood Road North, Toronto ON, M8X 2B5

If your children are interested in all things related to science, than you should bring them to Science Literacy Week at Brentwood Library. They’ll no doubt be impressed with all of the interesting things they’ve prepared, such as dry ice demonstrations, bubbling potions, and chemical reactions, just to name a few.

As always, there are tons of fun things to do in Etobicoke! Whatever you decide to get up to, we hope you have a wonderful September, from your ThompsonSells team!

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