Wednesday, October 23, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Break out the bib for events in Toronto today with things to do including a big soup party where you can take home your bowl. Writers from all over are coming for the International Festival of Authors and a new photo exhibit looks at the life of a dishwasher in the city.

Events you might want to check out:

Empty Bowls (October 24 @ Gardiner Museum)
Over 400 handcrafted bowls are up for sale at this fundraiser that features local chefs serving up delicious soup right in them.
The Untold Stories of Toronto's Dishwashers (October 24 @ Daniels Spectrum)
Food justice and equity for low-wage restaurant workers are at the focus of this new photography exhibition by Sandro Pehar.
Vintage Crawl (October 24 @ Multiple Venues)
Vintage lovers have the chance to check out local vintage shops as stores in Kensington, Parkdale and along West Queen West open their doors.
F#ck Sh!t Up (October 24 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Trans and non-binary performers are taking the stage for a night of sultry cabaret by Nookie Galore, Jord Camp, Weird Alice Yankovic and lots more.
imagineNATIVE Art Crawl (October 24 @ Onsite Gallery)
imagineNATIVE is just getting started and in addition to film screenings, today's programming includes a multi-gallery art crawl.
La Force (October 24 @ Drake Underground)
Ariel Engle is the newest member of Toronto's indie collective Broken Social and her bluesy vocals work well with her electro pop sound.
POWERHOUSE (October 24 @ The Shop)
House music of all kinds is going down at this dance party with DJs Sonja and Miasalav spinning all the best deep, tech, prog, Afro and future house.
RICE (October 24 @ Rivoli)
Rice is back with another stellar lineup of Asian comedians from across the country, including Cassie Cao, Jennifer Hsiung, Franco Nguyen and more.
Seance (October 24 @ The Royal Cinema)
Part of the Eastern Promises film series, Kurosawa Kiyoshi's creepy, haunting grim story in a ghost story is screening just in time for Halloween.
International Festival of Authors (October 24 - November 3 @ Harbourfront Centre)
The work and process of authors and writers is the focus of this festival that welcomes authors from all over in to chat about their works.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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