The Junction’s 1st annual urban art walk, where 20 local artists and animators will transform 10 storefront windows-brought to life by augmented reality app Augle from @buds_collective. See Dundas W become a magical outdoor gallery this winter! Nov 14 to Jan31 special thanks to our business partner @havelihomearts and animator partner @thepuregracean
The Junction is a great neighborhood for shopping, dining and getting all of your needs taken care of. The Junction is a fine place to shop for home décor, antiques, fashion, art and books among other simple pleasures and basic needs. With a variety of organic food stores, incredible health and wellbeing activity options, beauty services and busy nightlife – it is an all-encompassing unique Toronto neighbourhood.
Recognized as one of the ‘hip’ communities by the New York Times, an emerging arts and design district by Toronto Press; the Junction is a must visit Toronto destination.
The Junction BIA hosts many great annual events, including Contact photography festival in May, Summer Solstice Festival in June and a Music Festival in September.
Other events include Outdoor movie nights, Pumpkinfest, Santa in the Junction and Toronto Design Offsite Festival.
Anchored by the intersections of Dundas street west and Keele Street, the Junction Business Improvement Area stretches along Dundas Street West between Indian Grove and Quebec Avenue. The area is easily accessible by public transportation.