Cherry Beach - one of the more popular beaches in Toronto. If you go there on a Saturday afternoon in the Summer, you'll have a hard time trying to find a parking space.
Life on the Grid: 100 Years of Street Photography in Toronto. This free photographic exhibit opened on June 27, 2013, and runs all the way to May 1, 2014. This new showcase was kick-started when the City of Toronto Archives acquired a large collection of photos belonging to the late avid street photographer Ivaan Kotulsky. His collection of photos was captured from 1990 to 2000 and depicted the startling reality of life on the streets of Toronto.
Cabbagetown is a neighbourhood located on the east side of downtown Toronto that surely needs no further introduction. The name has become very well known as one of the most interesting parts of the city. Wonder why that is? According to the Cabbagetown Preservation Association, the community features "the largest continuous area of preserved Victorian housing in all of North America."
The charm of Kensington's rich multicultural mix comes from its many vintage boutiques, cafés, fresh air markets, and local stores. It boasts diversity and colour like no other spot in Toronto. This neighbourhood is a true hot spot for Torontonians and visitors. The unique community lies between College Street to the north, Spadina Avenue to the east, Dundas Street West to the south, and Bathurst Street to the west.