There wasn't a shortage of things to do this weekend in Toronto.

From eating mac and cheese to catching some jazz in the distillery district, here are some of things you missed if you were out of town this weekend.

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Mac and Cheese Festival

Thousands of people gorged themselves with the ultimate Canadian comfort food this weekend. The three-day event featured chefs from across the city, who attempted to reinvent the classic dish in a competition judged by the public.



spotted in my natural habitat

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Beer Mac and cheese with red pepper relish is by far the best mac at #macandcheesefest ��@thechewreview

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That's right.. Mac and Cheese Ice Cream #macandcheeseto #macanscheesefestival

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Toronto Undergraduate Jazz Festival

People showed up to watch up-and-coming jazz musicians perform at this three-day music festival. For those who want to improve their music composition skills, there were also be a number of master classes offered over the weekend.



The Toronto Undergraduate Jazz Festival.

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Dundas West Fest 

Celebrating all things local at the Dundas West Fest, a car-free event on Dundas Street West, from Lansdowne to Ossington Avenues.


Field Trip Music Festival

Hundreds turned up for this weekends downtown community music and arts festival. 



Field Trip with these beauties @fieldtriplife #FieldTripTO

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Riverside Bridge Lighting and Eats & Beats 2015 

The Riverside Bridge lit up the night sky on Saturday. To celebrate the event, the Riverside BIA is hosted a night of live music and a number of food and drink tastings.