Hometown Hunt: Christie Pits Film Festival

Larkspur VintageToronto is a big city with a ton of things to do and events taking place, and yet, I often find myself scratching my head every weekend or finding out about an event I really wanted to attend after the fact. So Meaghan and I vowed to keep tabs on the happenings of Toronto fun, and she wrote up a list of all the lovely, summery things we could do together. On that list was Christie Pitts Film Festival, an outdoor weekly movie screening that takes place in Christie Pitts park starting July 5th until August 16th. The movies on this years list are pretty stellar, The Birds, Mean Girls, Oh Brothers, Where Art Thou?…to name a few, which I plan to see all of, of course. What could be more fun than an outdoor movie?! I always loved drive-ins as a kid and I’ve been to a few as an adult, but what about those of us who don’t have cars but still want to enjoy a bag of popcorn, maybe a milkshake and some fresh air?! CPFF has got you vehicle-less, park loving Torontonians covered.

Meaghan’s Toronto fun list came to fruition through google searches, but with Eventbrite you can find tons of events going on in your city and advertise your own event right quick. Maybe you can find out if your city is also playing some movies in your local park!

*photos by Ryan
Larkspur VintageLarkspur VintageLarkspur VintageLarkspur VintageLarkspur VintageLarkspur VintageLarkspur VintageLarkspur VintageLarkspur VintageLarkspur VintageBlouse: Calivintage
Skirt: Common Sort
Shoes: Seychelles

*this post is in collaboration with Eventbrite

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3 thoughts on “Hometown Hunt: Christie Pits Film Festival

  1. Lucy says:

    I’ve always loved the idea of an outdoor movie! They sound like such fun. Unfortunately they aren’t done around where I live, which is quite strange come to think because we practically have an all year round summer here. Love your outfit too and such darling shoes!

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    • Larkspur Vintage says:

      That is quite weird! Have you ever been to a drive-in? They have one in Toronto, but it’s not quite the same as the ones out in the country. Those ones are my absolute favourite…they have a very old-timey feel to them. Thanks so much, darling ❤

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