Toronto hosts Canada’s 4th Annual Coconut Festival and Marketplace on Saturday, August 26, 2017, at David Pecaut Square. Coconut Festival Canada produces the event to connect all communities to learn about the coconuts’ various health benefits & diverse addictive delicious culinary and lifestyle uses with the addition of a Book Drive for an orphanage partner in the Philippines.
It’s a Free General Admission event featuring 60+ vendors dealing with coconut in your food choices, wellness program, cleaning, cosmetics, fashion and more from Asia & Pan America. You can taste and shop for various coconut products including those from local artisans: vegan coconut cakes, spreads, oils, energy snacks, chips, dips drinks, organic baby food and more. And full meals from the Caribbean, Thailand & , Hawaii.
Date: Sat, ( )
Venue: David Pecaut Square, downtown Toronto (55 John St., the beautiful square between King and Wellington)
Exhibitors: 70 specialty vendors, 20 community chefs and speakers
Parking: Lots of nearby street parking available, as well as underground parking in such lots as Roy Thomson Hall
Festival admission: FREE!
Special Activities: Talks and lectures,
Hawaiian dance, yoga, presentations and activities, fresh coconuts, delicious food, & health & wellness products