Fall is here and there are a variety of activities and events taking place in the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood that will make the season that much more enjoyable.

Fall Fest
September 22-24

Kick off the season by visiting the weekend-long Fall Fest, featuring a sidewalk sale, live entertainment and food. Grab some lunch and enjoy live jazz and a cappella music; and with plenty of activities for the whole family, the kids can enjoy crafts, face painting and so much more.

Fall Fest

Davisville Farmers Market
Every Tuesday from 3pm-7pm

Enjoy some of the freshest, locally-grown and produced goods in Ontario at the Davisville Farmers’ Market. The perfect place to get your weekly grocery shopping done, there is a wide selection of fruits, vegetables, dairy products and baked goods. As you browse you can also enjoy live music, featuring new, local artists each week.

Davisville Farmers Market
Photo Courtesy of The Julie Kinnear Team

Enjoy The Outdoors

Fall has arrived and as the trees change colour, there is no better time to enjoy the neighbourhood. Take a walk or bike ride through Eglinton Park and appreciate the lush foliage the park has to offer. Or if you’re planning a trip with the kids, bring some sports equipment and make use of the tennis courts, sports fields and baseball diamonds.

Enjoy The Outdoors
Photo Courtesy of The Torontoist

Corner Eats
Thursday & Friday from 11am-7pm & Saturday from 1pm-9pm

Switch up your lunch routine every Thursday and Friday or grab something on the go for your busy Saturday. Enjoy Yonge and Eglinton Centre’s Corner Eats. With different food trucks arriving each week you can sample everything from burritos and tacos to Beaver Tales and Ethiopian food.

Corner Eats
Photo Courtesy of Beaver Tails

Shopping

There is a cornucopia of shops around the Yonge and Eglinton area, where you can get your wardrobe and home fall-ready in no time. The newly renovated Yonge and Eglinton Centre has everything you need from clothing stores to home décor, as well as a food court where you can take a quick lunch break and refuel. Or if you’re looking to cozy up to a good book now that the cooler weather is here, you can stop by BMV for some affordable reads.

Shopping
Photo Courtesy of Toronto Star

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