Thursday, October 31, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

By now, Toronto might be Halloween'd out, but there's still some fun to be had with things to do today including pumpkin parades happening all over the city. A new rare book fair is here and the Royal Winter Fair is getting started. Film, music, parties and more are on, too.

Events you might want to check out:

Pumpkin Parades (November 1 @ Multiple Venues)
Halloween might be over, but there's still the chance to see hundreds of crafty Jack-O'-Lanterns lit up across many Toronto parks.
Friday Night Live (November 1 @ The Royal Ontario Museum)
#FNL is back and ready to hit the catwalk as this week's theme is fashion, so be sure to show up in your glitziest and most glamorous duds.
Antiquarian Book Fair (November 1-3 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
New is this huge book fair with Canadian and U.S. collectors coming in from all over to show off rare books, antique maps, prints, photographs and more.
Community Night Market (November 1 @ Mill Street Beer Hall)
Dress warm and come thirsty for this night market with beer samples and bites, live music and local artisans selling all kinds of handmade goods.
Death To T.O (November 1 @ Lee's Palace)
Back again is this big Halloween jam with local cover bands playing tunes by Madonna, Billy Idol, Gorillaz, Celine Dion, Heart and more.
A Night to Movember (November 1 @ stackt MARKET)
The Movember festivities kick off with a party during this night of fun in support of prostate cancer awareness with drinks, games and music.
Hey Ghoul Hey (November 1 @ The Garrison)
If you're looking to keep the Halloween fun going, this spooky bash features some of the best hip-hop and R&B by female and non-binary artists.
Diaspora Film Festival (November 1-3 @ Art Gallery of Ontario)
Award-winning films that explore diaspora and cultural exchange are on with works by local and international filmmakers.
Brazil Film Fest (November 1-3 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox Box)
Films from and about Brazil make up this festival with 12 works screening over four days, plus talks, special guests and programming.
Royal Winter Fair (November 1-10 @ Enercare Centre)
Canada's diverse agricultural landscape comes to Toronto for this huge annual fair that includes exhibitions, competitions, food, drink and shopping.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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