Map with vendors

shows and activities

For kids and adults, come to celebrate France, and francophonie and learn about our vibrant french community in Toronto. We offer a various selection of games and shows.

Guadeloupean show dance

Shows start at 2pm and 2:30pm

Polynesian show dance

Presented by École de danses polynesiennes de Montréal
Mā'ohi No Tanata

Shows start at 1pm- and 2:50pm

Music quizz

With Kahoot, challenge your french and caribean musical culture

Starts at 4pm

Make-up for kids

Between 11am and 7pm


Wheel of fortune 

Between 11am and 7pm

Lost in the sea / Buzz light

Presented by Desjardins and Spiniko LSG

Between 12pm and 4pm


Guided tour of the Distillery

Starting at 2pm at the Federation Tricolore's booth in Trinity St.

Reserve your spot on site.

For 15 persons. 

With the support of​

Special partners​hip

Our vendors

Riko Bokito

The young Guadeloupean entrepreneur behind Riko Bokito wants to introduce Toronto's population to West Indian cuisine and Bokit.
He wanted to bring to the community a place that felt like home.
Bokits are very popular in Guadeloupe, and you can find them everywhere, whether in a caravan, on the streets or in restaurants. It's a recipe passed down from generation to generation, rooted in their roots since the days of slavery. This full-flavored Creole meal takes you straight back to the tropic sun.

Chez Paul


Instand du Palais

Instant du palais is an ivorian/west african restaurant that will make you see Africa differently.

Foot IQ

Foot IQ aspires to contribute to youth development through sport by bringing a new learning approach to prepare them for tomorrow's challenges.

Daycare Le Petit chaperon Rouge

Growing up in a French-speaking and quality environment is at Le Petit Chaperon Rouge! The corporation Le Petit Chaperon Rouge is a non-profit organization offering high quality French-language childcare services in seven centers in Toronto.

Nord Lyon



O'Frenchy aims to become the largest creperie chain in the fast food industry, opened in 2019 operating out of a ghost kitchen, the business is finally opening its doors to the public with its first ever physical location at 163 John street at the end of June!
We also offer a catering service for all types of events!


Youth Anchorage Point is an organization that promotes equality and leadership for at-risk African-descendant youth in Ontario by enabling them to to find their place in Canadian society. Through a stronger identity reconstruction, prevent at-risk African-descendant youth from falling into or reverting to a life of crime through prevention and early intervention.

Sponsors' booth










Partner store