Things to do in Toronto this week [July 18-22]

The FRIENDS Experience: The One in Toronto

Don't miss out on the opportunity to feel like you're on the set of Friends! Take a seat in the Central Perk cafe, stay in Monica and Rachel's apartment and poke Ugly Naked Guy. From props & costumes to games and activities. The Friends Experience even has a store where you can shop clothes, accessories and collectibles.

Located in Yorkdale Shopping Centre

Visit their website for more details and ticket purchases.

July 19: East York Farmer's Market

The East York Farmer's Market runs every Tuesday from 8am-2pm until October.

Located at East York Civic Centre, 850 Coxwell Ave

Visit their Facebook page for more details

Visit Mr Puffs New Opening

Mr Puffs just opened a new location in Mississauga Heartland. Puffs (Loukoumades) are made on order with all natural and scrumptious toppings such as hazelnut chocolate, honey and strawberry glazes.

Located at 700 Matheson Blvd W

Visit their website for menu items, locations and hours

July 19: Gentle Yoga

Release yourself from the daily stress of life and learn how to relax your body, join Gentle Yoga every Tuesday from 6:15 pm to 7:15 pm. Be sure to bring a mask, towel, yoga mat and water bottle!

Located at East End Community Health Centre, 1619 Queen St E

Registration is required. Visit their Facebook page for more details

Valid Sunday-Thursday: 2 for 1 Day Passes at Muskoka Beer Spa

Enjoy a daycation at Muskoka Beer Spa, the perfect place to detox and relax. From hot tubs, pool, saunas, steam room, cabanas, hammocks, fountains, beer garden and more - all included with your BeerSpa Day Visit. Valid Sunday through Thursday, take advantage of this 2-for-1 deal!

To book your 2-for-1 day passes, visit their website

Located at 1006 Clear Lake Rd, Torrance, ON

July 19: Japanese Breakfast

Show runs from 7-11pm

Located at HISTORY, 1663 Queen St E

For more details and ticket purchases, visit Ticket Master

July 20: New Kids on the Block

Located at Scotiabank Arena

For more details and ticket purchases, visit Ticket Master

July 21: Lil Tracy

Doors open at 7 pm. Show starts at 8 pm. This is an all ages event.

Located at The Opera House, 735 Queen St

For more details and ticket purchases, visit Ticket Web

July 22: The World of Barbie

Explore Barbie's neighbourhood streets, step into her Dreamhouse, sit inside her Camper Van and enjoy rooms inspired by some of her careers as a scientist, music producer, astronaut and more! 

Visit their website for more information and ticket purchases

July 22-24: Toronto's Festival of Beer

Friday through Sunday, experience over 40 Ontario and Canadian-owned independent craft brewers and enjoy live music and food.

Located at 100 Princes' Blvd

For more details and ticket purchases, visit their website

July 22-24: Taste of the Middle East

Enjoy 3 days full of music, art, dance, culture and food.

Located at Nathan Phillips Square

Visit their website for more information

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