The Weston Village BIA, established in 1979 is one of the oldest BIA's in Toronto. Situated in the North-West end of Toronto, close to the Humber River (please see map of BIA area) with its extensive bike trail and walking path, the village has a rich history and many historical buildings including the beautiful Weston Library.
Weston Village has a diverse mix of cultures and consists of an eclectic mix of over 260 businesses, including retail stores, restaurants representing a variety of cultural cuisines, and professional offices.
Weston Village is well known for its Santa Claus Parade, which last year celebrated its 31st anniversary. The event showcases the great community spirit that is Weston with its beautifully decorated floats, created by our local schools, churches, social service agencies and businesses. The event attracts over 10,000 people annually and is one of the oldest and most popular Parades in the GTA.
Equally well known is the very popular Weston Village Farmer's Market. Running from the middle of May to the end of October each year, the market is one of the main anchors of the village. The Market offers farm fresh produce, meats, flowers and other homemade products. A popular antiques and collectibles section is also part of the market. Although the market opens in mid May, the official opening takes place the first week in June with fun and festivities for the whole family.
Last year for the first time the BIA hosted the very successful Best of Weston Festival which we hope to host again this year as well as other, smaller events during the spring and summer season. Visit our website after March 1st for more details.