You're going to see a lot of people dressed up as things to do in Toronto today include lots of Halloween festivities. The new Dr. Seuss exhibit opens with a world of whimsical wonders and the AGO is throwing a huge party. There's lots more parties and events on, too.Events you might want to check out:
AGO All Hours (October 26 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
It's a party in the museum with a full day of fun that highlights the work of local artists among music, activities, exhibitions and late night fun.
TEDxToronto (October 26 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
TEDxToronto is back to feature local movers and shakers discussing interesting subjects, hosted by Kardinal Offishall.
Night of Dread (October 26 @ Dufferin Grove Park)
Don your best black-and-whites for an evening of outdoor performances with local artists putting on fearful pageantry, revels and mockery.
Promise Halloween (October 26 @ Lithuanian House)
Two epic stages, thumpin’ tunes, mesmerizing twists and turns and bonkers nooks to get lost in are all part of this big Halloween dance party.
Dance of the Damned (October 26 @ The Opera House)
Rue Morgue is back with their massive Halloween party that includes eye-popping visuals, music, contests, drinks and some of the best costumes.
Scream Whistle (October 26 @ Steam Whistle Brewing)
Party it up in one of the biggest beer halls in the city as Steam Whistle hosts its huge Halloween bash with lots of brews flowing all night.
Small Press Market (October 26 @ Harbourfront Centre)
Part of the Festivals of Authors, this market highlights books, zines and published works issued by twelve of Canada's small, independent presses.
Merganzer (October 26 @ The Drake Hotel)
Delicate and power come together with Ottawa's Merganzer's otherworldly soundscapes that make up her new album Montage.
Day Of The Dead (October 26 @ The Royal Cinema)
One of the greatest horror flicks of all time from the golden age of scary movies is screening this Halloween weekend.
Dr. Seuss Experience (October 26 - January 5 @ Square One Mall)
Get ready for a massive 15,000-square-foot Dr. Seuss walk-through experience in a colourful playground of quirky, Seuss-themed fun.
by Lisa Power via blogTO