About the Annex
The Annex is one of Toronto's oldest neighborhoods characterized by its ethnic diversity, social consciousness and thriving cultural scene along the heart of Bloor Street between Spadina Avenue and Bathurst Street. While featuring many small restaurants and pubs, bookshops and specialty stores, the Annex is also home to some of Toronto's most famous landmarks including Honest Ed's, Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, University of Toronto, Lee's Palace, Tranzac, Trinity-St. Paul's Centre and the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre.
About the Annual Annex Family Festival
Now in its 20th year, the Annex Family Festival (AFF) is a fun, one-day street festival that attracts over 20,000 people, making it one of Toronto's premier summer events. The event offers local businesses, Torontonians and sponsors an opportunity to celebrate our unique local heritage through a variety of activities suited for families of all shapes and sizes.
This Year's Festival:
Sunday June 26, 2016
The Annex Family Festival is between Bathurst and Spadina on Bloor.
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