Celebrate Father’s Day – Flavours of Fairbank – 10th year – June 17-18 2017!
FREE Admission, Midway Rides & Bouncies!
Flavours of Fairbank is back as we close down Eglinton from Dufferin to Ronald Streets!
Running from 12pm to 11 pm on Saturday, June 17 and from 12pm to 9pm on Sunday June 18, we’ll have FREE rides, kids’ activities and games, FREE music & entertainment and food & sidewalk sales from some of Eglinton’s fabulous vendors! Enter for a chance to win a 55 inch TV! We’ll be giving away one TV each day.
Enjoy the flavours of life—family, food, music, culture, shopping and entertainment–in our diverse community, Fairbank Village.
FREE live music and cultural acts at our main stage.
Our “Sidewalk Sale Extravaganza” offers fantastic shopping deals from local vendors, shops, and restaurants. Enjoy street food from some of your favorite neighborhood restaurants, or try something different with cuisine from various countries such as The Philippines and Portugal.
Looking for local talent.
Along with our professional line-up of performers, Flavours of Fairbank will have some spots for local performers. Make sure to check them out and support our local talented community. If you’re interested in performing, please check back in 2017.
Calling all volunteers for the Annual Flavours of Fairbank Street Festival!
Experience the festival from the inside!
With help from the city and great volunteers, we’ve managed to close down a section of Eglinton and host thousands of guests! It’s quite the project, but our volunteers and community partners put their time, skills and energy into the event to make the festival bigger and better each year.
We’re looking for ambassadors, floaters, kids’ activity supervisors, volunteer coordinators, assistants, and more! We’re also still looking for the right person to assist as a volunteer coordinator during the event. So, send us an email including some information about yourself and what you would like to do and we’ll put you to work! We look forward to hearing from you!
Sign-up for our Volunteer Email list here.
The neighbourhood is a short bus-ride steps away from the Eglinton West subway station, and easily accessible by Black Creek Drive, the Allen Expressway and 401 thoroughfares.