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Sugar Beach

An urban waterfront park in Toronto with white sand, pink umbrellas, and views of Lake Ontario, designed for relaxation and leisure by the water.

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Hosted by PortsToronto, the Sail-in Cinema is a summer mainstay series of classic, family-friendly movies hosted off Sugar Beach. (You can’t swim off this beach; it’s just sand and pink umbrellas in an otherwise pretty corporate neighborhood.) Organizers erect a large screen and project a different film each week. Anyone lucky enough to have a boat is invited to dock nearby and watch, though if you aren’t so affluent, you can join the couple hundred pedestrians in popping a towel down on the sand and enjoying the movie from the beach. 

mfraiman 2 years ago

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