Canadian Steam Productions presents “Steam on Queen”, a Steampunk Street Fair

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"Steam on Queen" is Toronto’s first ever Steampunk Street Fair, featuring vendors, costume enthusiasts, tea, and live entertainment.

On Saturday June 23rd, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM Canadian Steam Productions is holding Toronto's first Steampunk Street Fair -Steam on Queen- on the grounds of Historic Campbell House Museum, located on the north west corner of Queen Street and University Avenues: 160 Queen Street West.

Featuring local vendors and entertainers and their take on the Steampunk genre, visitors are invited to shop the unique wares while the Campbell House Museum's Lemonade Garden provide refreshments made on site in the museum's Georgian era kitchen.

According to Adam Smith, Event Organizer, “This fair is going to be an excellent opportunity for people who aren't familiar with “Steampunk” to come and see what it's about, and of course it will be a good time for those that are already in love with the genre. With costumes, entertainment, refreshments and handicrafts, there's something for everyone in the whole family.”

Admission to “Steam on Queen” is free.
Tours of Campbell House Museum will be conducted throughout the day.

Performances by Prof. Archibald Floss & Dr. Charlotte Tann of Mental Floss Sideshow (performing “Acts of Wanton Stupidity!”), Dragonfly Bellydance, Nero's Fiddle (formerly the Twillingham Ladies Chorus) and Erratic Bellydance.

For additional information, showtimes and full vendor list please see the website:

Brought to you by Canadian Steam Productions, specializing in producing Steampunk-themed events, displays and programs, bringing you only the very best in Canadian Steampunk culture.

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