Toronto’s Open Streets/Bloor Street Cultural Corridor On Sunday, August 17 and Sunday, August 31, the Royal Conservatory of Music and Royal Ontario Museum will present a cultural hub on Bloor Street as part of the Open Streets TO initiative. On these two days, passersby will have the opportunity to enjoy informal music performances from 9:30am until noon, a public piano, and an outdoor café presented by b espresso. The ROM also joins the festivities, with activities outside the museum inspired by its special Forbidden City exhibition of ancient China. More info about Open Streets TO is available at More on the Bloor Street Cultural Corridor is at A condensed version is also pinned to Twitter @TheWholeNote

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