Events







Art and Innovation: Traditional Arctic Footwear

327 Bloor Street West

At the top of the world, the Arctic seems harsh and inhospitable, yet over forty distinct culture groups have thrived there for centuries. Among the most beautiful and innovative is the diverse footwear and clothing created to meet environmental challenges and express culture meanings. Drawing from the BSM's extensive circumpolar holdings and building upon information gathered during the Museum-sponsored field research trips to all Arctic nations, Art and Innovation showcases a vast variety of footwear, garments and tools, highlighting the artistry and ingenuity of the makers, and revealing different cultural identities, crafting techniques and spiritual meanings.


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09-Feb-2016 to 30-Dec-2017
4169797799

Alma Milonga Dance

106-958 Eglinton Av. East

The event takes place every Friday evening at the beautiful Toronto Performing Arts Centre in the gallery. We offer an open all level class before the social. Singles & Couples are welcome! Argentine Tango Class: 9 pm to 10 pm Alma Milonga Social: 10 pm to 1 am


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info@tangosoul.ca
24-Nov-2016 to 26-Oct-2017
6472265377

Ballroom Latin Salsa Dance

East wilmot 10

All ages Ballroom Latin and Salsa Dance practice with Ballroom Dance class included. Music is salsa latin and ballroom. Some lines dances are included.


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info@danceart.ca
26-Nov-2016 to 30-Dec-2017
4168784443

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in Concert

1 Front Street East

Conducted by Justin Free. Cars fly, trees fight back and a mysterious elf comes to warn Harry Potter at the start of the second year of his amazing journey into the world of wizardry. This year at Hogwarts, spiders talk, letters scold and Harry's own unsettling ability to speak to snakes turns his friends against him. From dueling clubs to rogue Bludgers, it's a year of adventure and danger when bloody writing on a wall announces: The Chamber of Secrets has been opened. To save Hogwarts will require all of Harry, Ron and Hermione's magical abilities and courage in this spellbinding adaptation of J.K. Rowling's second book. Get ready to be amused and petrified as Harry Potter shows he's more than a wizard, he's a hero!


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11-Oct-2017 to 12-Oct-2017
4163686161

Nature Connection

70 Canuck Avenue

Downsview Park staff will take you on a free indoor/outdoor Park program based on nature-themed topics to get you exploring the natural world, starting with Downsview Park! Each two-hour program will explore a natural theme. Activities will be flexible to reflect the interest of participants.


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abest@clc.ca
26-Nov-2016 to 21-Oct-2017
4169522160

Jurassic Park in Concert

1 Front Street East

Featuring the Motion Picture Symphony Orchestra One of the most thrilling science fiction adventures ever made, and featuring one of John Williams' most iconic and beloved musical scores, Jurassic Park transformed the movie-going experience for an entire generation and became the highest-grossing film of all time in 1993, winning three Academy Awards®. Now audiences can experience this ground-breaking film as never before: projected in HD with a full symphony orchestra performing Williams' magnificent score live to picture. Welcome… to Jurassic Park!


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28-Dec-2017 to 28-Dec-2017
4163686161

TO Canada with Love

100 Queen Street West

TO Canada with Love is the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday. The program is Toronto's cultural love letter to the country, offering a rich tapestry of more than 30 City-produced events taking place across the city throughout 2017. Look for information and updates at www.toronto.ca/canada150, on Facebook at facebook.com/SpecialEventsTO, Twitter at @SpecialEventsTO, Instagram at @SpecialEventsTO and Snapchat at SpecialEventsTO. The program hashtag is #C150TO.


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spevprog@toronto.ca
09-Jan-2017 to 30-Dec-2017
4163922489

Toronto Waterfront Marathon

264 The Esplanade

Flat, fast, and festive! The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon is the Grand Finale and signature event of the Canada Running Series. This race attracts a large field of over 25,000 runners each year as Canada's #1 big-city marathon. In addition to holding a prestigious IAAF Gold Label, it will also serve as host of the 2017 Canadian National Marathon Championships.


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info@canadarunningseries.com
21-Oct-2017 to 21-Oct-2017
4169442765

Eaton's Goes to War: Family, Memory & Meaning

55 John Street

The First World War transformed Canada. During that war, 3,327 Eaton's employees enlisted to fight. Each time one of them was shipped overseas, a photo was displayed prominently in the Toronto store just steps from Mackenzie House. 2,000 of these portraits survived and have become part of the T. Eaton Company records at the Archives of Ontario. In commemoration of Canada's 150th birthday, Mackenzie House staff have been actively searching out accounts of the lives of these men and urging the public to come forward to share their stories of the soldiers with us. Who were these men and their families? Come to our exhibit and find out. This exhibit is presented as part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday.


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machouse@toronto.ca
20-Sep-2017 to 30-Jan-2018
4163380045

Mahogany Bridal Affair Wedding Showcase

100 White Oaks Court, Suite 1403, Whitby, ON L1P 1B7

Toronto's Premier Boutique Wedding Show for Brides of Colour. Featuring some of the finest wedding specialists in Ontario. Prizes, Giveaways and much more!


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weddings@mahoganybridalaffair.com
21-Oct-2017 to 21-Oct-2017
4169485723

A Colourful History: Toronto's Historic Sites

55 John Street

Toronto artist and urban geographer Daniel Rotsztain has visited and sketched more than 100 of Toronto's historic sites, capturing their unique architectural features and even some of their quirky and beloved artifacts! These drawings, featured in the colouring book A Colourful History Toronto published by Dundurn Press, offer Papermill Gallery visitors a chance to see the original drawings created by the artist along with his captions and comments. This project is presented as part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday.


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todmorden@toronto.ca
03-Oct-2017 to 14-Oct-2017
4163380045

Swedish Christmas Fair

235 Queens Quay West Toronto, Ontario Canada M5J 2G8

Get into the spirit at this two-day holiday extravaganza! Warm up to the sounds of children singing carols at the Lucia Pageant, take in folk dancing, craft making and more. It's the perfect place to sample delicious Scandinavian food and have a drink of glogg. Check off your gift list with imported handmade crafts, unique Christmas decor, textiles and tasty Swedish delicacies.


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info@harbourfrontcentre.com
24-Nov-2017 to 25-Nov-2017
4169734342

Maple Leaf Forever: Toronto's Take on a National Symbol

100 Queen Street West

This artifact-rich exhibition will explore how Torontonians have helped shape the maple leaf as Canada's leading national symbol over the past 150 years. From the Prince of Wales' visit to Toronto just prior to Confederation to the use of the maple leaf in commercial and industrial branding throughout the 20th century, Torontonians have forged close associations between the maple leaf as an icon and a source of identity. This exhibit is presented as part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday.


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marketgallery@toronto.ca
21-Jul-2017 to 24-Nov-2017
4163923378

Innovation Circa 1867

55 John Street

An exhibit highlighting new and emerging Canadian inventions circa 1867. Through the lens of Canadian patent grants, the exhibit explores the mindset of the Confederation generation. Discover Canadian inventors' designs for new technologies or how original concepts improved upon earlier patents – improving function, productivity and quality of life. The exhibit also brings home a plethora of Architect and City Engineer John G. Howard's designs, papers, books and tools – so his home now reflects the active mind of one of Toronto's most important early city builders. This exhibit is presented as part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday.


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clodge@toronto.ca
09-Dec-2017 to 17-Mar-2018
4163380045

Gibson House Preserves

55 John Street

Gibson House Museum will provide canning jars, guidelines, and suggestions for North York residents and community organizations to create their own Canada Memory Jar for inclusion in the Museum's fall 2017 exhibit: Gibson House Preserves. Participants are encouraged to assemble items in their jar to depict a favourite memory of being or becoming Canadian. Submitted jars will be displayed in the Discovery Gallery of the Gibson House Museum with all of the Canada's 150th celebration ephemera in juxtaposition with light-hearted panels and related artifacts and props to discuss the different notions of preserving - food, memory and family heirlooms - in order to explore the idea of individual versus collective memory. This project is presented as part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday.


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gibsonhouse@toronto.ca
22-Sep-2017 to 04-Dec-2017
4163924467

Day of the Dead

235 Queens Quay West Toronto, Ontario Canada M5J 2G8

Explore the ancient and contemporary traditions of Mexico’s oldest cultural celebration of life, heritage and family histories.


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info@harbourfrontcentre.com
03-Nov-2017 to 04-Nov-2017
4169734342

Our Journey: An Art Map of Canadian Identity

55 John Street, 8th floor

Our Journey – An Art Map of Canadian Identity at Spadina Museum is taking shape! And you can help: this collaborative project by Toronto artist Xenia Gonzalez acknowledges our presence on Indigenous land, which is home to many diverse Indigenous people. Come in for a visit and share your stories and be a part of this art project that aims to acknowledge everyone’s place, identities and contributions to Canadian society past and present. This project is presented as part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday.


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spadina@toronto.ca
03-Feb-2017 to 30-Dec-2017
4163924467

East York Farmers Market

94 Roosevelt Rd East York M4J 4T9

Ontario farmers market operating every May to October since 2000. All products sold are either grown in Ontario or produced from Ontario grown produce.


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rabbott@sympatico.ca
15-May-2017 to 30-Oct-2017
4164299684

Canada: The Thinking Man's America

99 Blue Jays Way, Suite 201

Join The Second City Touring Company for a comedic look at Canada's 150th birthday! We've combed through The Second City archives for sketches created and performed by Canada's greatest comedic talents, and from every generation of Canadian comedy icons. Plus you'll see scenes that poke fun at Canadian cliches, make us look really good compared to our southern neighbours, yet remind us not to be too smug about the whole Trump thing. We're not too polite to brag about it: this will be the funniest sesquicentennial celebration you attend all year.


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boxoffice@secondcity.com
02-Apr-2017 to 22-Oct-2017
4163430033

Best of the West Food Tour

210 Victoria Street

Take a bite out of Dundas West and Ossington, a foodie enclave filled with hip restaurants, eateries, food shops and bakeries. For our "Best of the West" food tour, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a diverse range of tastings from some of the best establishments in the neighbourhood. Your guide will take you on a leisurely stroll to explore these culinary highlights from gourmet food shops, bakeries, eateries to sit-down restaurants and more. Along the way, you will hear about the recent changes and learn about the background of this burgeoning area.


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contact@savourtoronto.com
12-May-2017 to 13-Oct-2017
8554728687

ROMWalks - Yorkville

100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6

Yorkville, once a satellite Tollgate village, became part of Toronto but has managed to maintain some individual identity despite being totally engulfed by the city and its changing commercial life.  Walk is free and goes rain or shine. No registration required. ROMWalks are guided walking tours given by ROM volunteers on Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons from May to October. The walks encompass diverse aspects of Toronto's vibrant neighbourhoods including history, architecture, arts of all varieties, education and more.


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info@rom.on.ca
20-May-2017 to 21-Oct-2017
4168846436

Hockey Hall of Fame NHL Centennial Exhibit

Brookfield Place, 30 Yonge Street

This limited-time exhibition is an immersive tribute to 100 years of NHL hockey, highlighting the most memorable players and moments in league history. Amongst the hundreds of treasured artifacts on display are the stick used by Wayne Gretzky to score his NHL single-season record 92nd goal, the gloves worn by Sidney Crosby to capture the 2009 Stanley Cup, Gordie Howe's 700th goal puck, Bobby Orr's infamous knee brace, and Jacques Plante's iconic goalie mask. Plus, on display for the first time, is the original Minute Book of the National Hockey League - the only behind-the-scenes account of hockey's forefathers and their task in shaping the NHL from its inception in 1917.


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info@hhof.com
09-Mar-2017 to 30-Dec-2017
4169338215

Toronto's Ultimate Chocolate Tour

178B Baldwin St, Toronto, On

This is every chocoholic's dream tour. You can't call yourself a real chocolate lover if you haven't been on the only chocolate tour in Toronto that divulges the art of chocolate tasting and samples chocolate from bean to bar. Come join us as we walk the trendy streets of King West, Queen West & Dundas West, enjoying chocolates & chocolatey sweets while chatting with chocolatiers and store owners. Along the way, you'll discover where chocolate comes from, how some chocolate can be good for you, and why we crave it so - while satisfying those cravings! Exclusive: Demonstration of chocolate making by an award-winning chocolatier.


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hello@tastytourstoronto.com
31-Mar-2017 to 16-Dec-2017
4168717133

Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy

1 Front Street East, Toronto, ON M5E 1B2

This December, Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy presents a new series of orchestral concerts: Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary – Jiritsu, coming to Toronto’s Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, the scene of historic Distant Worlds performances!


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01-Dec-2017 to 01-Dec-2017
4163686161

ROMWalks - Whiskey, Wharf and Windmill

100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6

Walking through the Distillery district discover the commercial, industrial and residential structures built on the borders of the historic town of York that have been adapted for over the last two centuries. Walk is free and goes rain or shine. No registration required. ROMWalks are guided walking tours given by ROM volunteers on Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons from May to October. The walks encompass diverse aspects of Toronto's vibrant neighbourhoods including history, architecture, arts of all varieties, education and more.


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info@rom.on.ca
23-May-2017 to 14-Oct-2017
4168846436

Kensington Market Sweet & Savoury Food Tour

178B Baldwin St, Toronto, ON

Travel the world in one lunch as we chow down a variety of multicultural dishes in the colourful streets of Kensington Market, including a stop in Chinatown. Indulge in the sights, sounds and tastes of this National Historic Site neighbourhood as we treat ourselves to sweet and savoury delights from Chinese and Belgian kitchens, among others! Come hungry, as you'll be eating enough for a hearty lunch. Exclusive: Includes a Canadian dish with a special twist for the tour! What to Expect • Introduction to a variety of multi-cultural food stores • Samples from each stop, enough for lunch • Guided tour on the history of the food, stores and neighbourhood • Custom-made Canadian dish for the tour (Tasty Exclusive!) • Happy times for all!


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hello@tastytourstoronto.com
01-Apr-2017 to 17-Dec-2017
4168717133

From Storefront to Home Front: Memories of Eaton's at War Walking Tour

55 John Street

Explore the Yonge and Dundas neighbourhood the location of T. Eatons Inc factories and just north of their flagship store. Discover the stories of the lives of Eaton's employees who enlisted in the Great War, as well as those of the families they left behind. Learn about these ordinary people who risked and sometimes lost their lives serving one of the most devastating wars in modern history. This walk is presented as part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday.


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machouse@toronto.ca
10-Nov-2017 to 10-Nov-2017
4163924467

Miniature Enthusiasts of Toronto Annual Show and Sale of Fine Dollhouse Miniatures

2020 Pharmacy Avenue, #32

Miniature Enthusiasts of Toronto will be presenting our Annual Show and Sale of Fine Miniatures, welcoming miniature lovers of all ages. Our Show features miniature dealers and artisans from across Canada who make and sell everything you could dream of for your miniature house or setting. There will also be a display area with fascinating miniature displays made by MET members and members of other clubs around Southern Ontario.


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judith.anne.carlson@gmail.com
13-Oct-2017 to 13-Oct-2017
4164958309

Boarding House Dinner

55 Metro Hall

During the First World War, 82 Bond Street was a boarding house. Join us for dinner, storytelling and music that focus on this pivotal time in Canada's history. This program is presented as part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday.


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machouse@toronto.ca
08-Nov-2017 to 08-Nov-2017
4163924467

Light The Night

804-2 Lansing Square Toronto, ON M2J 4P8

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada’s signature Light The Night® Walk is an incredible night of solidarity and hope. It brings awareness to blood cancers, and raises funds for lifesaving research, education, advocacy and community support programs. You can register independently or with a team - ask friends, family and colleagues to join you. Raise $100 or more to earn your illuminated lantern (white for patients and survivors, red for supporters, gold for those walking in memory) and exclusive Light The Night T-shirt to wear proudly on walk night. Sign in starts at 5 p.m. Walk starts at 7 p.m. Register today!


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kathryn.rodgers@lls.org
18-Oct-2017 to 18-Oct-2017
6472535542

Kensington Krawl Food Tour

210 Victoria Street

Taste your way through Toronto's most unique and eclectic neighbourhood on a culinary excursion in Kensington Market. As we stroll, you will learn about the history and heritage of the market, meet local shopkeepers and chefs, and indulge in variety of delicious foods and drinks.


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contact@savourtoronto.com
04-May-2017 to 13-Oct-2017
8554728687

DX Friday Eye Openers

234 Bay Street, Toronto ON

Open your eyes to Canada's rich design heritage. On the last Friday of every month DX opens our doors even wider and offers a free, guided tour! Explore highlights of our collection and special exhibitions through an engaging, hour long tour lead by our trained educators. Our monthly Eye Opener tours are free to individuals and require no tickets or reservations.


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info@dx.org
27-Apr-2017 to 24-Nov-2017
4163636121

Canadian Reggae Music Conference

4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3

Reggae conference consisting of workshops and panels from the International and national reggae music industry.


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rastafest1@gmail.com
16-Aug-2017 to 17-Aug-2018
4166384235

Evergreen Brick Works Sunday Market

550 Bayview Ave, Suite 300, Toronto ON

Sundays, your new favourite day of the week! The new Sunday Market at Evergreen Brick Works is your place to shop artisanal goods, grab a bite from the local food court, sip on organic caesars or craft brews and just enjoy relaxing in the great outdoors. Expect to find something new each week!


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publicmarkets@evergreen.ca
06-May-2017 to 04-Nov-2017
4165961495

PDAC 2018

135 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1G6

Where the world’s mineral & finance industry meets. The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC) International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange is the world’s leading convention for people, companies and organizations in, or connected with, mineral exploration and finance. In addition to meeting over 1,000 exhibitors, 3,800 investors and 24,000 attendees from 130 countries, you can also attend technical sessions, short courses and networking events. The four-day annual convention held in Toronto, Canada, has grown in size, stature and influence since it began in 1932 and today is the event of choice for the world’s mineral and finance industries.


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info@pdac.ca
04-Mar-2018 to 08-Mar-2018
4163621969

National Women's Show

260 Town Centre Blvd.

Shop ‘til you drop at over 500 exhibits and find the best selection of the newest products and services to hit the market for women! Find products and services you can’t find anywhere else!


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info@nationalevent.com
10-Nov-2017 to 12-Nov-2017
8008914859

Tea and Tour Sundays

55 John Street

There's a seat for you at the harvest table in Gibson House Museum's historic kitchen on Sunday afternoons throughout the year. Relax and have a chat over tea and homemade cookies. Enjoy a tour of the lovely, 1850s farmhouse.


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gibsonhouse@toronto.ca
13-May-2017 to 31-Dec-2017
4163380045

Withrow Park Farmers' Market

725 Logan Ave

If you’re looking for a vibrant yet refreshing way to spend your Saturday mornings - rain or shine, look no further than the Withrow Park Farmers' Market. As a project of the Centre for Local Food Initiatives, you can be sure to find certified organic, non-GMO, and sustainably produced products and goods sold at the market. Whether it be the fresh fruits and veggies, enthusiastic volunteers, the good tasting coffee, the laidback atmosphere, or the opportunity to connect directly with farmers and food entrepreneurs, come see for yourself why Withrow Park Farmers' Market has been met with success Summer after Summer - the market closes on October 14th, so don’t delay!


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withrowmarket@gmail.com
02-Jun-2017 to 13-Oct-2017
6472141111

Sherway Farmers' Market

1028 Hutchinson Road

Find fresh, seasonal and local produce and locally made food products at Farmer Fresh Market’s weekly markets, rain or shine. Sherway Farmers’ Market has moved to a new location in the parking lot of the Church on the Queensway. Sherway Farmers’ Market vendors include: Blyleven Farms, Lowbanks Fruit, Thorne Farms, Ralph and Emmy Lise, McNeice Fruit Farm, Andrews' Scenic Acres, European Meats, Honey Link Meats, Our Mom's Cookies, Quality Bakery, Marigold's Maple Syrup and VQA wines from Pillitteri Estates Winery.


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sherwayfarmersmarket@gmail.com
01-Jun-2017 to 27-Oct-2017
9058188645

Evergreen Brick Works Saturday Farmers Market

550 Bayview Ave.

Toronto's largest year-round Farmer's Market is back outside for the summer season! Come support the Good Food movement and participate in creating a food system that is ecologically and economically sustainable. Don't forget to stop by the Sipping Container, where we'll have a rotating local Ontario craft beer selection for all your hydration needs!


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farmersmarket@evergreen.ca
05-May-2017 to 03-Nov-2017
4165961495

Family Sundays at the Gardiner Museum

111 Queens Park

The Gardiner Museum holds clay making or tile painting workshops for families every Sunday. Visit our website to see a schedule of upcoming activities. Make sure you also look for our discovery boxes, go a scavenger hunt in the galleries, and take some colouring sheets home with you!


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13-May-2017 to 17-Dec-2017
4165868080

Drop-in Clay Classes

111 Queens Park

Explore the joy of working with clay in our studio! A professional ceramic artist is present at each session to guide students of all skill levels and offer advice on creating your piece. Visit our website for registration information.


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11-May-2017 to 31-Dec-2017
4165868080

Thirsty Thursdays

55 John Street

Montgomery's Inn has been welcoming visitors for over 180 years. Join us for Thirsty Thursday Tavern nights! Enjoy a glass of beer or wine in our restored 1847 barroom! We'll also have Irish stew, fresh baked bread and live traditional music.


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montinn@toronto.ca
28-Jun-2017 to 28-Dec-2017
4163380045

HERE: Locating Contemporary Canadian Artists

847 Adelaide St. West

In celebration of Canada’s 150 years as a nation, encounter Museum-wide installations of video, textiles, painting and sculpture that convey the diverse identities of more than 20 artists. Inspired by an ancient Roman carving in the Aga Khan Museum’s permanent collection that bears the inscription of different cultures and time periods, the works of contemporary artists featured in HERE suggest that artistic identity is also made of many “inscriptions” and stories. Whether Canadian-born or naturalized, permanent residents or ex-pats, these artists carry experiences from multiple geographies and generations, from neighbours old and new. The exhibition is curated by Swapnaa Tamhane.


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21-Jul-2017 to 31-Dec-2017
4166285608

Tea Time at the Inn

55 John Street

Montgomery's Inn has been welcoming visitors for over 180 years. Join us for special weekly tea in the community room. Your choice of sweet or savoury plate, with a seasonal feature.


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montinn@toronto.ca
03-Jun-2017 to 31-Dec-2017
4163380045

Fret Not Ukulele Club

55 John Street

On the first Thursday of every month, join us for a fun evening of music and song as Doctor of Music Chris Wilson guides us through ukulele instruction with new and old tunes. Perfect for all skill levels. Bring your own ukulele, some spares available but they go fast! First hour is a chord workshop.


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montinn@toronto.ca
31-May-2017 to 07-Dec-2017
4163380045

Anishinaabeg: Art & Power

100 Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2C6

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) presents Anishinaabeg: Art & Power, a celebration of the beauty, power, and passion of Indigenous art. On display in the Museum’s Third Floor Centre Block. The exhibition explores the history, traditions, and legends of the Anishinaabeg through several hundred years of their art. The Anishinaabeg are one of North America’s most populous and diverse Indigenous communities, and their art was deeply influenced by their interactions with different communities over time. The exhibition builds on a universal theme of art moving with people, changing in interesting directions as communities intersect.


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16-Jun-2017 to 18-Nov-2017
4165865826

Every.Now.Then: Reframing Nationhood

847 Adelaide Street West

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) marks Canada’s 150th anniversary with Every.Now.Then: Reframing Nationhood, a dynamic contemporary exhibition that aims to address the mistakes of the past, rewrite and reclaim history, and articulate the need to take certain moments to stop, reflect, question and analyze as we move forward as a country. This exhibition critically explores three urgent questions through the eyes of some of the country’s best emerging and established artists: where has Canada come from, what it is now, and where is it going? The multimedia installation features 33 projects by artists from across Canada.


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28-Jun-2017 to 17-Feb-2018
4166285613

Toronto Argonauts Regular Season Home Games

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Cheer on the Toronto Argonauts on home soil this season! Join the team on their journey to the Grey Cup, as they go head to head with Canadian Football League teams from across the nation.


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24-Jun-2017 to 20-Oct-2017
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Montgomery's Inn Farmers' Market

55 John St

Buy direct form local farmers and food artisans. Organic fruit and vegetables, cheese, bread and prepared foods as well as ethically raised meat, honey and more!


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montinn@toronto.ca
06-Jun-2017 to 27-Dec-2017
4163924467

The Walrus Talks: Disruption

411 Richmond Street East, Suite B15

Seven speakers for seven minutes each on the rapidly-changing landscapes of media, government, technology, industry, and more. Featuring - Irwin Adam, creative scientist and food futurist - John Kim Bell, conductor and composer - Bruce Linton, CEO of Canopy Growth - Peter Nowak, journalist and best-selling author …And more.


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events@thewalrus.ca
09-Oct-2017 to 09-Oct-2017
4169715004

The Walrus Talks: Social Impact

411 Richmond Street East, Suite B15

Changing the world with visionaries, partners, and great ideas. How systemic change works, and how we can improve society through smart philanthropy, and community-driven action. Featuring - Siri Agrell, Director of Strategic Initiatives for Mayor John Tory, City of Toronto - Luke Anderson, Founder, StopGap Foundation - Marina Glogovac, President and CEO, CanadaHelps - Brent Hawkes, Pastor and activist - Ayesha Valliani, Law researcher … And more.


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cailin.cooper@thewalrus.ca
21-Nov-2017 to 21-Nov-2017
4169715004

Holodeck Follies - Spontaneous Star Trek

954 Bloor St. W

The Dandies boldly go where no one has gone before: Holodeck Follies – Canada’s only Star Trek parody for Trekkies and non-Trekkies alike! The Dandies improvise a new Star Trek episode based on audience suggestion and interaction. “Holodeck Follies is one of the funniest shows in Toronto!” – Space Channel


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improvdandies@gmail.com
13-Jul-2017 to 08-Dec-2017
4165516540

Evergreen Feast On BBQ

550 Bayview Ave

Pull up a Muskoka chair and sit by the fire, it’s almost time for Evergreen’s annual BBQ – a night of fun, food and flannel. Join us at Evergreen Brick Works for an unforgettable evening as renowned chefs whip up delectable dishes featuring seasonal, local food. Enjoy the great outdoors right in the heart of the city at one of the best fundraisers of the year! Proceeds help build flourishing cities.


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info@evergreen.ca
13-Oct-2017 to 13-Oct-2017
4165961495

Toronto FC Regular Season Home Games

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Cheer on the Toronto FC on home soil this season! Show the team your support, as they go head to head with Major League Soccer teams from across Canada and United States of America.


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16-Jun-2017 to 14-Oct-2017
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Life After

26 Berkeley St.

By Britta Johnson Plunge into Alice's overactive inner world as she tries to decipher the events that led to the fateful day that her father, a superstar self-help guru, dies in a car accident. An expanded and reworked production of the hit 2016 Toronto Fringe musical, Life After is a funny and frank story of love, loss and vivid imagination from one of the most exciting new voices in Canadian musical theatre.


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boxoffice@canadianstage.com
22-Sep-2017 to 21-Oct-2017
4163683110

Romancing the Toaster by Myles Calvert

225 Confederation Drive, Scarborough ON M1G 1B2

Calvert's work explores the relationships that develop between everyday objects and popular culture references. Following the ideals of Romanticism, emphasis is given to an individual experience of emotion. A moment of spontaneity allows for humour and a subtle twist to avoid overwhelming glorifications of the past through objects of the mundane. His influences are heavily drawn from contemporary and modern printmakers such as Richard Hamilton, René Magritte, and the self-promoting antics of the YBA (Young British Artist) culture.


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crcc@toronto.ca
13-Oct-2017 to 25-Oct-2017
4163967043

Inventorium

770 Don Mills Road

Put your creativity to the test at Inventorium, a dynamic, curiosity-driven space that encourages play, creation and collaboration. Show off your ingenuity through engaging, interactive experiences for aspiring innovators of all ages. Let your imagination soar in our evolving, hands-on learning space, and see where your curiosity takes you! Inventorium is included with general admission.


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Contact.Centre@OntarioScienceCentre.ca
15-Jun-2017 to 07-Jan-2018
4166963244

Stilled Life With Curriculum

911 Davenport Road

In Ontario, Canada, the recent introduction of a new sexual education curriculum has caused considerable controversy. This installation holds a mirror up to this controversy. Running until October 13, 2017 this storefront art space, is free and accessible from the street.


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info@weseeinc.com
01-Sep-2017 to 12-Oct-2017
4155383997

Junction Farmers Market

288 St Johns Rd

The Junction Farmers Market provides local, sustainably produced fresh foods in ways that build community, support local food growers and producers, and promote access to healthy food for all. For the 2017 season, we have lined up an exciting roster of farmers, food producers, and wineries. Look for them weekly, biweekly, or monthly – and stay tuned to our social media for pop-up vendor specials!


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info@junctionmarket.ca
23-Jun-2017 to 03-Nov-2017
6477461466

Divas Half Marathon & 5K

49 Bathurst Suite #101

The Divas® Half Marathon and 5K event is the largest women’s focused race series event in North America with 11+ stops across Canada and the United States. In 2017, the Divas phenomenon came to Canada with 3,000 ladies running like a Diva. On June 10th, the Divas® returns to Toronto Island. The Series is all about girl power.


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info@gwnevents.com
09-Jun-2018 to 09-Jun-2018
4169628899

Fashioning Things with Burnham: An Exploration

100 Queen's Park

Speaker: Dr. Timo Rissanen, Assistant Professor of Fashion Design and Sustainability, Parsons School of Design This program is presented by the Veronika Gervers Research Fellowship. The Fellowship is open to Ph.D. candidates and international scholars whose research can make direct use of, or support, any part of the Museum’s collections. Successful Gervers candidates are selected by a committee of both museum and university scholars. Senior Curator Dr. Alexandra Palmer, of the ROM’s Textiles & Costume department, and herself a former Gervers Fellow, chairs the committee.


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programs@rom.on.ca
08-Nov-2017 to 08-Nov-2017
4165868000

Art & Identity with Kent Monkman

100 Queen's Park

Iconic visual and performance artist Kent Monkman explores how his own incredible body of works have recast the Canadian historical narrative. Using his colourful and dynamic career as a model, Monkman examines the intersection of "Indigenous" and "Canadian" identity in 21st century arts and culture. In conversation with Wanda Nanibush, of the AGO.


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programs@rom.on.ca
23-Oct-2017 to 23-Oct-2017
4165868000

Cloth Cultures: Future Legacies of Dorothy K. Burnham

100 Queen's Park

Keep Me Warm: Hand-woven Canadian Textiles Workshop with Dr. Adrienne Hood Cut my Cote: Dorothy K. Burnham's collecting and research methodologies Workshop with John Vollmer Veronika Gervers Lecture Fashioning Things with Burnham: An Exploration Speaker: Dr. Timo Rissanen Free with RSVP Cloth Cultures: Future Legacies of Dorothy K. Burnham


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programs@rom.on.ca
08-Nov-2017 to 10-Nov-2017
4165868000

A Christmas Carol

500 Bloor Street West

Everyone’s favourite Christmas curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge has discarded his humbug credo for some new big plans to own the holiday season. Scrooge, Cratchit, Marley and the Ghosts (of Plumbum) are joined by Jane Cratchit, Jack the Rapper, a girl group, a boy band, and a bunch of ghostdusters on Christmas Eve, 1850s London (Ontario), to teach Scrooge the real meaning of Christmas with hit songs, high-energy dancing, silly jokes, up-to-the-minute topical references, and hilarious ad-libs!


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24-Nov-2017 to 31-Dec-2017
4165337710

Disney's Beauty and the Beast

161 Frederick St.

Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Tim Rice, Book by Linda Woolverton. Originally Directed by Robert Jess Roth. Originally Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions. Directed by Allen MacInnis. What is there to learn from this beloved musical – this tale as old as time? Sometimes, the hardest thing in the world is to be who you authentically are. And sometimes it takes someone else to bring that out in you. This is a story of hope. Despite appearances, the pretty Belle and the cursed Beast are not what everyone assumes them to be. But their true selves could be revealed – if they can find each other in time. Running time: approximately 85 minutes Recommended for ages 5 & up.


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06-Nov-2017 to 31-Dec-2017
4163635131

Unapologetically Me: Sharron's Cabaret For Kids

161 Frederick St.

Shake off the haters, and celebrate the power of being your true self. An hour of pop, rock, funk, and story from the charming and effervescent Sharron Matthews! This award-winning stage, film and television performer builds a rapport with every audience member. Kids totally relate to her and critics agree: “Sharron Matthews is perfection!” – Toronto Star.


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online@youngpeoplestheatre.ca
01-Oct-2017 to 20-Oct-2017
4163635131

Let It Be: A Celebration of the Music of The Beatles, Part II

1 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1B2

Annerin Productions brings you the show that you never got to see The Beatles ever perform. Relive the past from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road, with favourite hits including Hard Day's Night, Day Tripper, Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Twist and Shout, Get Back, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Strawberry Fields, and imagine the reunion that never was…


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19-Oct-2017 to 19-Oct-2017
4165555555

Artvolution

Hearn Generating Station 440 Unwin, Toronto, Ontario M4M3B9

Artvolution celebrates an era of art, fashion, film, and photography by taking the world of artistic forms and illustrating it through an interactive showcase experience. Artisan exhibitors will be showcasing one-of-a-kind unique arts and craft creations at the Artvolution indoor village; a festive transformation of raw art into an unforgettable experience. Artvolution will be incorporating an arts silent auction at the Ford VIP Lounge and many more interactive opportunities to showcase artisan's creativity and work throughout the year.


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artvolutionto@gmail.com
10-Aug-2017 to 12-Aug-2018
4167887657

Avenue Q

100A Ossingtont Ave

The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it's clear that this is not your ordinary neighbourhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates and their ever-elusive purpose in life.


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21-Sep-2017 to 26-Nov-2017
4169156747

Innocence Lost

50 Tank House Lane

It’s 1959 in a small Ontario town with summer vacation on the horizon. And then a girl goes missing. Innocence Lost is a riveting take on the Steven Truscott criminal case that rocked the country for decades, and scarred a generation forever.


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info@soulpepper.ca
13-May-2018 to 22-Jun-2018
4168668666

Cirque Du Soleil: VOLTA

847 Adelaide St. W

VOLTA tells a spellbinding story about the freedom to choose and the thrill of blazing your own trail. Inspired by the adventurous spirit that fuels action sports, the show weaves the adrenaline rush of acrobatics into a visually striking world driven by a stirring melodic score. For this new production, Cirque du Soleil collaborated with international artist M83 as the composer and musical director, adding his epic space-age future pop sound to the VOLTA stage for the first time. The name VOLTA refers to a sudden about-face, a change in emotion or idea often used in poetry. It also speaks to the jolt of energy delivered through the show. VOLTA is Cirque du Soleil’s 41st original production, and its 18th show presented under the Big Top.


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06-Sep-2017 to 11-Nov-2017
4166285648

Amadeus

50 Tank House Lane

Genius can spring from the most unexpected of places. Newly arrived in Vienna, eccentric musical prodigy Mozart tries to secure his place at court, while jealous rivals conspire to tear him down.


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info@soulpepper.ca
10-Jan-2018 to 10-Feb-2018
4168668666

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

50 Tank House Lane

Chicago in the 1920s is a city on a collision course with change - and through it all plays the Blues. In August Wilson’s masterpiece a routine music recording session becomes the front line for issues of race, power, and opportunity.


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info@soulpepper.ca
03-May-2018 to 01-Jun-2018
4168668666

The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?

50 Tank House Lane

A shocking play about marital infidelity and the devastation of a family. America’s great provocateur, Edward Albee, invites us to a contemporary Greek tragedy with his trademark subversive humour.


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info@soulpepper.ca
31-Oct-2017 to 18-Nov-2017
4168668666

A Delicate Balance

50 Tank House Lane

In all things – friendship, intimacy, civility – there is a balance that must be carefully maintained to avert disaster. When a daughter returns home and friends move in, Albee shows how easy it is to tip the scales.


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info@soulpepper.ca
13-Jan-2018 to 10-Feb-2018
4168668666

A Chorus of Disapproval

50 Tank House Lane

The intrigues of an amateur theatre company spill from the stage to the pub, as an aspiring actor moves through the ranks of both The Beggar’s Opera, and the show’s assorted players. In his trademark style, Ayckbourn delivers a deeply funny dramatic comedy about deception, ambition, and sexual conquest.


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info@soulpepper.ca
15-May-2018 to 21-Jun-2018
4168668666

Idomeneus

50 Tank House Lane

The Trojan War is over, but for Idomeneus the greatest struggle awaits his return – a crucible of the soul. A chorus weaves fates and stories into a wrenching lyrical epic from one of Europe’s most exciting contemporary playwrights.


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info@soulpepper.ca
03-Mar-2018 to 23-Mar-2018
4168668666

Animal Farm

50 Tank House Lane

The tyrannical Farmer Jones must be overthrown! How long will the animal utopia last when a charismatic new leader emerges? An innovative new adaptation of Orwell’s classic satire bites just as much today as when it was first written.


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info@soulpepper.ca
09-Mar-2018 to 06-Apr-2018
4168668666

Bello

165 Front Street East

Imagine a time when there were no phones, no cars and no light bulbs – when the land stretched out like a quilted bed and the sky was like an ocean overhead. A lonely young boy named Bern gets lost travelling home from school during a snowstorm. He meets an old woman who has been shunned by the village. And from this chance encounter, Bern makes a discovery – about himself, his family and the importance of compassion. Written by Vern Thiessen Translated by Brian Dooley Directed by Mieko Ouchi A co-production by Concrete Theatre and L’Unithéâtre presented in English and in French Recommended for ages 6 - 9 Runs approx 50 minutes.


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09-Oct-2017 to 19-Oct-2017
4163635131

Instant

165 Front Street East

Meredith is a singer-songwriter intent on stardom. Jay is her friend, a gifted hockey player who aspires to play in the NHL. Rosie is raising money to pay for her father’s expensive medical needs. All three are competing to get noticed… and then the lightning-fast world of social media triggers an avalanche of controversy. Would you sacrifice your true identity to achieve your ambition? Written by Erin Shields Directed by Dean Patrick Fleming Produced by Geordie Productions Recommended for ages 12 and up. Runs approx. 50 minutes. See show page for content advisory: www.youngpeoplestheatre.ca/shows-tickets/instant


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28-Nov-2017 to 15-Dec-2017
4163635131

Canadian Women's Foundation Breakfast

133 Richmond St W., Suite 504, Toronto M5H 2L3

The Canadian Women's Foundation Breakfast is an inspiring, eye-opening event for people who care about gender equality and diversity. Attendees will hear from Tina Tchen, who was Assistant to U.S. President Barack Obama, Chief of Staff to First Lady Michelle Obama, and Executive Director of the Council on Women and Girls. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to hear how Tina’s work in the White House shaped her thoughts on the future of leadership, public policy, and empowering women and girls locally and globally. Funds raised will go to the Canadian Women’s Foundation to support programs that help women move themselves out of poverty, and into financial independence, confidence, and leadership.


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events@canadianwomen.org
26-Oct-2017 to 26-Oct-2017
4163651444

Spirit Walks

Metro Hall

Let your imagination take over as we lead you through downtown alleys and laneways to discover some of Toronto's reputedly haunted buildings. Return to gas-lit Mackenzie House, soothe your goosebumps with mulled cider and biscuits as you hear about the ghost stories associated with the house. Please note: Not recommended for children under 8 years of age. Please wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather. This event is presented as part of the City of Toronto Historic Sites' Halloween Programming.


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machouse@toronto.ca
26-Oct-2017 to 27-Oct-2017
4163924467

Persons Day Event

260 Spadina Avenue, Suite 309, Toronto, ON

Experience a unique night of specialty cocktails, delicious culinary offerings from Oliver & Bonacini, a special performance by Canada’s own Sandra Shamas, and interactive activities to celebrate Persons Day and LEAF’s contribution to feminist law in Canada. This event is LEAF’s largest and most important event of the year! The funds raised for LEAF at this event directly support our vital work in advancing substantive equality rights for women and girls in Canada through litigation, law reform and public education.


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a.fleury@leaf.ca
25-Oct-2017 to 25-Oct-2017
4165957170

The Secret Garden

165 Front Street East

Gardens, like people, need sustenance and attention in order to thrive. In this beloved classic, Mary Lennox is sent from India to live with her uncle in Yorkshire. Left to wander his gloomy old manor, Mary lashes out at those around her. Then… she discovers a mysterious hidden garden. In taking refuge there, Mary uncovers secrets that, like her, need to be brought into the sunshine. By Paul Ledoux, adapted from the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett Directed by Allen MacInnis Recommended for ages 6-12 Runs approx. 85 minutes


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05-Feb-2018 to 16-Mar-2018
4163635131

Risky Phil

165 Front Street East

Are you a risk taker? “Risky” Phil is extremely cautious. He has always lived with his colourful Aunt Gigi, a hairdresser with a flair for the dramatic. When a new client shows up, the story of Phil’s history starts to unravel and he discovers he isn’t the orphan Aunt Gigi always said he was. This comedy about fathers and sons challenges you to consider how much of YOU is actually determined by your roots. Written by Paula Wing Directed by Stewart Arnott World Premiere Recommended for ages 9 and up.


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13-Apr-2018 to 21-Apr-2018
4168622222

One Thing Leads to Another

165 Front Street East

A Collective Collaboration by Maja Ardal, Audrey Dwyer, Mary Francis Moore and Julia Tribe Developed from the original concept, research and theme by Maja Ardal Directed by Mary Francis Moore YPT’s award-winning show for babies returns, prior to a provincial tour! Observe your littlest play-goer experience everyday objects being transformed into fabulous, theatrical phenomena. “Baby theatre delights tiny Toronto audience” – Toronto Star “...invites first-time theatregoers to play and leaves them hungry for more.” – CBC News “Fascinating show for infants demonstrates that theatre can appeal to the youngest audience.” – NOW magazine Recommended for ages 3-12 months but suitable for up to 24 months


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17-Feb-2018 to 03-Mar-2018
4168622222

Fresh Hop Fest

20 leslie street Suite 117 Toronto, ONT M4M 3L4

Drink Inc. presents Ontario’s first Wet Hop beer experience! Fresh Hop Fest offers beer lovers an evening of live entertainment, delicious food, and most importantly, great “specialty” wet hop beers. Each beer station will feature samples of each brewer’s specialty beer made from this year's local fresh hop farm harvests.


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info@drinkinc.ca
17-Oct-2017 to 17-Oct-2017
4164061226

Selfie

165 Front Street East

The first party of the school year comes packed with expectations. It’s a time to renew old friendships and perhaps find new love. But what happens when an incident shatters the connections between three friends? Teenage relationships are complicated enough – especially when you add the reckless power of social media. This smart and intense play delves bravely into the nature of sexual consent. Written by Christine Quintana Directed by Stephen Colella Based on the original French language version Premiere! Recommended for ages 13 & up Runs approx. 65 minutes Content Advisory: Explicit Language, Mature Situations


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22-Apr-2018 to 10-May-2018
4163635131

Vital Series Exhibition

2068 Dundas St. W.

Gallery House is excited to announce Jess Cooper exhibition “Viral Series” and the sublime works of Jeffrey Chong Wang "The Night of South Peking" at Gallery House.


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david@galleryhouse.ca
08-Sep-2017 to 11-Oct-2017
4165870057

Songbuster - An Improvised Musical

918 Palmerston Ave

Every night is opening night when you make up a musical! Fast paced, ridiculous and always entertaining, the cast creates an hour long musical from suggestions provided by the audience. Not only do they create the music and words from thin air, but they also create a world full of engaging characters and captivating stories you won’t soon forget (even though you will never be able to see them again).


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13-Sep-2017 to 14-Dec-2017
4169940472

It's a Wonderful Life

3600 Kingston Road

A faithful stage adaptation of the quintessential holiday film treasured by generations! The heartwarming love story between George and Mary Bailey takes a turn when George is trapped by distressing circumstances while trying to do the right thing. He questions how meaningful his life has been when Clarence, an endearing angel who is earning his wings, comes to his aid. Recommended for all ages.


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01-Dec-2017 to 16-Dec-2017
4162679292

Poison

500 Bloor Street west

Alone in a room for the first time in years, a couple is brought back together again after a harrowing breakup. As the play progresses, old wounds re-open, new truths surface, and the real reason behind their separation is learned. Delicate yet hard-hitting, POISON holds up a (hopeful) mirror to humanity where love and humour can still be found in the midst of so much pain.


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coalminetheatre@gmail.com
12-Nov-2017 to 03-Dec-2017
4165337710

Party Today, Panic Tomorrow

500 Bloor Street West

Party Today, Panic Tomorrow expresses the absurd dilemmas of life in 2017. This hilarious, all-new sketch revue reflects suffering from political exhaustion, screaming over board games, settling scores with dance-offs, and taking life advice from a giant banana. The Second City Mainstage cast will help audiences spin, sing and laugh their troubles away.


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22-Aug-2017 to 03-Jan-2018
4165337710

Halloween Mask-Making Workshop for Families

Metro Hall

Use your imagination to create your own spooky Hallowe’en mask in this family workshop. Treats provided! Suitable for children 6 years and up. Children must be accompanied by adults. This event is presented as part of the City of Toronto Historic Sites' Halloween Programming.


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todmorden@toronto.ca
20-Oct-2017 to 20-Oct-2017
4163924467

Boombox

350 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Get ready to live forever at boombox, a building-wide, multi-sensory, fame-inspired adventure at TIFF Bell Lightbox.


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customerrelations@tiff.net
01-Nov-2017 to 02-Nov-2017
4165998433

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

3600 Kingston Road

In this poignant, funny, and award winning play, enjoy a wacky weekend in the family home of bickering siblings Vanya and Sonia as they complain about their lives. Old resentments flare up when their movie-star sister, Masha, shows up with her new younger boyfriend, Spike. Also in the mix are sassy maid/fortune teller Cassandra and aspiring actress Nina, whose prettiness worries the imperious Masha. Recommended for age 12 and up. Advisory: Contains strong language and mature content.


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02-Mar-2018 to 16-Mar-2018
4162679292

Haunted High Park - SOLD OUT

Metro Hall

Explore the grounds of High Park after dark and discover the chilling legends and ghostly tales that have been spooking visitors for decades. Discover Victorian funeral and mourning traditions inside the candlelit rooms of historic Colborne Lodge and see what goes creak in the night. Spooky refreshments included. New this year: each haunted walk will be enhanced with a Victorian Séance presented by Doc Wuthergloom of Eldritch Theatre. This event is presented as part of the City of Toronto Historic Sites' Halloween Programming.


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clodge@toronto.ca
18-Oct-2017 to 28-Oct-2017
4163924467

Fort York After Dark: Lantern Tours

Metro Hall

Tour the grounds of Fort York at night, and hear stories about this national treasure and the history that surrounds it. From the haunted lighthouse to the bloody Battle of York, the lantern tour should not be missed. You will also visit two military cemeteries near the Fort. This event is presented as part of the City of Toronto Historic Sites' Halloween Programming.


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fortyork@toronto.ca
24-Oct-2017 to 26-Oct-2017
4163924467

Harvest Tea

Metro Hall

Following the fall harvest, come to Gibson House Museum to relax and enjoy a Victorian-inspired harvest tea. Enjoy finger sandwiches and sweets in the historic 1850s farmhouse in the company of our costumed interpreters. Guests may tour the museum at their leisure and can enjoy the apple orchard in the adjacent Gibson Park following the tea.


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gibsonhouse@toronto.ca
20-Oct-2017 to 20-Oct-2017
4163924467