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Find Your Place in West Toronto
Toronto's West End is a microcosm of various European cultures who primarily settled in the region in the 1950's and 1960. Today many of the neighborhoods are being changed by younger urban groups. Yet many households still remain very much working class and family orientated. The various neighbourhoods are quiet, unassuming and dotted by colourful older story book like family homes. The high park area is at the center of the community and home to a wide range of people and families with school age children. Much of the community has a small-town feel appreciated by those looking for the convenience of the location close to a variety of local restaurants, High Park, Toronto waterfront bicycle and walking trails, easy access to public transit.

West Toronto's Community Events

The Junction Summer Solstice Festival
From Dundas Street West from Quebec Avenue to Indian Grove it’s also a great chance for locals and visitors alike to explore everything the booming area of the city has to offer. Taking place in June the he block party allows visitors and residents to enjoy local restaurants and businesses as they set up on the street for a once-a-year opportunity. For more information: www.toronto/junction-summer-solstice-toronto-2020
Woodbine Race Track - Queens Plate
The 161 st running of the Queens Plate will be a day full of fashion, food, fun and of course, the best in thoroughbred racing! The annual event is a much waited social event. For more information: https://woodbine.com/events/queens-plate/
Etobicoke Yacht Club
Whether you are looking to sail, race or simply enjoy the clubs facility and social environment the EYC is your place for summer fun. For over 50 years the yacht club has been hosting racing events. 2020 EYC will be hosting the 2020 Great Lakes J-Fest Regatta. For more information: https://www.eyc.ca/life-at-eyc/racing/
Bloor West Village Ukrainian Festival
Since 1995 the Ukrainian Festival has been the spotlight of contemporary professional and amateur artists and performers from North America and Ukraine. The many identifiable aspects of Ukrainian culture are represented in music, dance, food, visual arts and community. The event is held in September on Bloor St. West, Toronto, between Jane St. and Runnymede Rd. For more information: https://attractionsontario.ca/attraction-listings/bloor-west-village-toronto-ukrainian-festival/
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