It might be hard to believe, but summer is half over! Don't panic; there's still time to enjoy the warm and sunny weather. Even if you're feeling broke, there are plenty of free things to do in Toronto and enjoy this August.\nTo help you have a fun-filled August, here are all the free events you won't want to miss this month:\nToronto Outdoor Picture Show\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Various locations\nWhen: Christie Pits Film Festival on Sundays until August 25, and Bell Manor Park on Thursdays until August 22\nWhy you need to go: Enjoy a fun evening out watching a movie under the stars!\nView this post on Instagram Thank you to all you east-siders who came out for our first Corktown Common screening of the summer last night. . See you next Thursday for HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE! . #TOPS19 #corktowncommon #toronto A post shared by Toronto Outdoor Picture Show (@topictureshow) on Jul 5, 2019 at 4:35pm PDT\nWebsite\nFree Yoga In The Distillery District\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Distillery District, Toronto\nWhen: Every Sunday in August class one starts at 11 a.m., and the second class is at 11:50 a.m.\nWhy you need to go: These free yoga classes are taught by teachers from the top yoga studios in Toronto!\nView this post on Instagram We’re having so much fun at the #DistilleryTO Family Yoga Series in partnership with @omtoronto 🌸☀️ Every Sunday 11am to 12:30pm. Bring your own mat! 😊 A post shared by The Distillery District (@distilleryto) on Jun 28, 2019 at 10:09am PDT\nWebsite\nUnion Summer\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 65 Front Street West, Toronto\nWhen: Daily events until August 3\nWhy you need to go: The summer market is a must-visit as there will be lots to see and do. Make sure to go for their free movie night on Saturday, August 3.\nView this post on Instagram It may be Spring but, our hearts are already thinking about Summer! Union Summer— Presented by TD will run from May 31st to August 3rd this year bringing together Toronto’s top chefs, musicians, film screenings and live performances onto the plaza. We are so excited to share the best of Toronto with you. #TDUnionSummer A post shared by Union Station (@torontounion) on Mar 26, 2019 at 7:08am PDT\nWebsite\n19th Toronto Chinatown Festival\nPrice: Free admission\nAddress: Dundas St West and Spadina Ave, Toronto\nWhen: August 17 and 18\nWhy you need to go: At this massive two-day festival, there will be cultural performances such as a dragon dance.\nView this post on Instagram If you are interested in #Chinese #culture, join our opening ceremony with #Dragon & #Lion dancing at 12 pm on August 18, 2018! #ToChinatownFest18 . . . . . #torontomap #torontoevent #YYZ #yyzevent #streetfestival #canada #ChineseCulture #seetorontonow #Toronto #ChinatownTO #ChinatownToronto #multicultural #TorontoChinatown #Chinatown #唐人街 #多倫多 #華埠同樂日 #街頭節 A post shared by Toronto Chinatown (@torontochinatown) on Aug 8, 2018 at 1:07pm PDT\nWebsite\nSt Lawrence Market Street Celebration\nPrice: Free\nAddress: Front St East, Toronto\nWhen: August 10 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.\nWhy you need to go: There will be food stalls to explore, buskers, free live music, and an illusionist!\nOld Town Toronto | Facebook\nWebsite\nWaterfront Night Market\nPrice: Admission is free\nAddress: Ontario Place, Toronto\nWhen: August 9 to 11\nWhy you need to go: At this Asian street food festival, there will be tons of delicious food to enjoy along with free cultural performances.\nView this post on Instagram This cotton candy ice cream burrito was lit af 😋☁️🍭🍨🍽 . Yosh: @yosh.to They make pretty cotton candy burritos 😻 This one is filled with blueberry cheesecake ice cream, birthday cake fruit loops and rainbow sprinkles 🍰🍦🌈🍭💕💕😩😩😩 . #yosh #cottoncandyburrito #waterfrontnightmarket #cottoncandy #icecream #burrito #fruitloops #rainbowsprinkles #ontarioplace #dessert #sweet #toronto #foodporn #food #tastetoronto #blogto #foodgasm #foodie #foodstagram #torontofood #torontofoodie #tofoodies #the6ix #instagood #nomnom #yummy #pretty #cute A post shared by Nili Yuen (@nili_6ix) on Aug 12, 2018 at 4:43am PDT\nWebsite\nCanadian Food Truck Festivals\nPrice: Free admission\nAddress: Woodbine Park, 1695 Queen St E, Toronto\nWhen: August 2 to 5\nWhy you need to go: There will be free entertainment, and lots of tasty food to try!\nView this post on Instagram 🎉HAPPY NATIONAL DESSERT DAY! ❗️SPECIAL OFFER FOR EVERYONE: celebrate National Dessert Day today (Oct 14) at Eva’s and get two free toppings to add to any cone! Just show this post to claim :) . Thank you so much to everyone who entered our countdown giveaway! 🏆Yesterday’s winner of two free cones is Kelly Kerr! . 🥇AND for today’s surprise bonus giveaway we selected two random entries! Our grand prize winner is @cheriepa - who will receive 10 free cones! 🥈And our runner up is @iconeicscoops who will receive 5 free cones! . 📷 @theeverydayfoodie #ogchimneys A post shared by Eva's Original Chimneys (@ogchimneys) on Oct 14, 2018 at 8:58am PDT\nWebsite\nRoyal Ontario Museum\nPrice: Free\nAddress: 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto\nWhen: August 19 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.\nWhy you need to go: Have fun exploring the 40 permanent galleries in the ROM for free!\nView this post on Instagram 📍Jour 3 - Musée Royal de l’Ontario . On poursuit notre séjour avec la visite de ce musée. Nous avons surtout préféré les parties « faune et flore », « Égypte » et « Grèce antique » mais la plus impressionnante celle de « la Préhistoire » 🦕 Ça vaut le détour ! . #ontario #royalontariomuseum #museum #prehistoire #dinosaur #fossils #cool #gigantesque #magnifique #travel #toronto A post shared by Laurent et Anne-Sophie (@lasopgt) on Jul 29, 2019 at 3:56am PDT\nWebsite\nHave fun without worrying about your bank balance!