This celebration of French-Caribbean culture will take place for four days at the David Pecaut Square beginning on August 3. Toronto’s most talented Creole chefs will serve up scrumptious Creole classics like Fritay Lakay, a traditional Haitian dish made with bananas, meat and fish.
In addition to tucking into some fine Creole cuisine, expect a chance to brush up on your French, browse arts and crafts displays and participate in workshops with Melorize Dance Company. Music performances will be hosted on multiple stages, featuring artists from Dominica, Haiti, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Mauritius, St. Lucia and Brazil. Best of all, admission is free.