Summer season is about to end, however, there is still some good weather left to enjoy these events with your friends. The following few events are a “must watch” in the month of September:
What is it: Who doesn’t like a delicious burger laced with some onions, pickles, thick chicken patty, topped with a slice of cheese? Well, then you are in for a treat, as Toronto’s top 13 Hamburger joints are participating in “Le Burger Week Toronto.” The participating joints are offering some unique creations, where foodies are encouraged to come eat and vote on the website.
Where is it: Check the website for participating restaurants in Toronto.
When: September 1 to 7
What is it: If you are looking for a part-time job to pay for your books and other expenses; this is a great place to start. The expo is bringing some of Canada’s well-regarded employers like Apple, CIBC, Rogers, Microsoft, Walmart and many more. The companies will take on-the-spot interviews, so dress professionally and keep multiple copies of your resume handy. The event is free to attend; however, you have to purchase the ticket online on Eventbrite.
Where is it: North York Memorial Hall (5100 Yonge Street, Toronto ON, M2N 5V7)
When is it: 21st September from 10am-3pm.
What is it: The late night comedy king; James Corden is coming to Toronto! While he might not bring famous celebrities to do car-pool karaoke. He will definitely make you laugh with his political satire and comedic antics. The comedy king is visiting Toronto to launch the United Jewish Appeal 2017 Campaign. Tickets start at $50 but act fast as is limited seating, and some tickets are already sold out!
Where is it: Sony Centre for Performing Arts, 1 Front Street East
When is it: 10th September, 7 pm to 10 pm.
What is it: Summer vacation may over, but the Summer season is not. Well, if you would like to enjoy some local brew for your last beer; this festival is right for you, The festival celebrates local beers in a week-long festival of beer, with dozens of breweries, bars, and restaurant participating in it.
Where is it: Various venues across Toronto.
When is it: 15th September to 23rd September.
What is it: So what if you were not able to visit Germany and try their famous beers this summer? The German community living in Toronto is bringing the taste of German beer close to you. Experience Germany’s local cuisine, music, culture, a pitcher of German beer in this two-day festival.
Where is it: Ontario Place
When is it: 29th September and 30th September
What is it: It is an initiative started by Prince Harry’s to create an adaptive sports event for those who were injured in the line-of-duty. The event will feature adaptive sports like archery, cycling, athletics, powerlifting, swimming and many more.
Where is it: Venues throughout the city.
When is it: 23rd September to 30th September