Central & Remote: June 15th – 17th

A round up of the best/weirdest things to do this weekend in Toronto…


Friday June 15th

Friday Night Live at the ROM

Market 707 Outdoor Theatre

Photographing Intimacy at Good For Her

TEL-TALK: art interventions in telephone booths

Sockdolager at Campbell House Museum

2nd Ever King Street Alternative Film & Video Festival

Follow Your Fear Day at Unit 102 Theatre

Momentum – Thriving in the Arts at The Spoke Club

Opening Reception: Human Nature feat. Work by JessGo at Twist Gallery


Saturday June 16th


It’s okay if you’ve never heard of Grasshopper Records; they just opened. In a time when record stores are closing along Queen maybe Dundas is the place to take them. If you’re interested in checking it out now is the time. Saturday’s in-store will see performances from Carl Didur (see video), Sailboats Are White and Steve Kado.

5:30PM, cheap drinks, 1167 Dundas West


Also happening Saturday…

Opening Reception: Micah Adams – Plaid Work: Voids & Masses

Afro Ruuted Party at Bunda Lounge

Over the Rainbow annual Father’s Day Barbeque

True Stories, Made Up Plays at Black Swan Tavern

The Beckoning Cat: A Collaborative Event Between Cats and Humans

Touch my Stereotypes, Touch My Parkdale

Roncy Rocks – Roncesvalles Street Festval

Set a World Record, Build the World’s Largest QR Code

Learn Street Hypnosis

Beyond The Blue Box Fashion & Art Show at CSI Annex Lounge


Sunday June 17th



What used to be called Totstock is now the Little City Festival and in collaboration with The Little Paper Rooster Studio they’re holding a Wild Rumpus in Sorauren Park to honor the hugely loved and influential children’s storybook author and illustrator Maurice Sendak. A litany of Toronto KidsLit authors will be at the park reading their own works as well as Sendak’s Where The Wild Things Are and The Night Kitchen.

The Wild Rumpus itself wont begin until Kevin Sylvester has hollered “Let the Wild Rumpus Begin” at 4:30.

2-5PM, Souraren & Wabash Ave


Also happening Sunday…

–  Father’s Day Sweets Tour at Ding Dong Bakery

Ride the Ravines at Evergreen Brickworks

Father’s Day Brunch at Casa Loma


About Yuli Scheidt

Yuli was born at the exact moment in 1986 when the Challenger Space Shuttle exploded and rained down on the ocean. As a child she believed this meant she was destined for greatness in the realm of space travel and radioastronomy. Nothing remotely as awesome as that has happened so far. Instead Yuli, at the age of 18, relocated from Calgary to Ottawa where she studied photography, life sciences and graphic design before moving to Toronto. [More by Yuli]