Things are getting magical in Toronto today as Casa Loma transforms into a winter wonderland and GLOW continues its opening weekend. You can take a stroll through a tunnel covered in sparkles and check out a Chanukah market. It's the last day for a few other events, too.Events you might want to check out:
Chanukah Market (December 1 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
A celebration of Jewish food culture is on at this huge market with festive treats, gifts, entertainment, music and cooking demos.
Flamingo Market (December 1 @ Buddies in Bad Times)
Toronto's LGBTQ2SIA+ business owners and makers are dropping by for this market with lots of unique gifts, artwork, crafts and cool finds.
48 Hour Film Project (December 1 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Catch a selection of short films of the year at this festival with 15 works by Toronto filmmakers who had just 48 hours to create their works.
The Menzingers (December 1 @ Phoenix Concert Theatre)
With a sound that meshes punk, pop and indie, The Menzingers are ready to rip up the stage alongside Tigers Jaw and Culture Abuse.
A Nutcracker Christmas at the Castle (December 1 - January 5 @ Casa Loma)
Casa Loma is once again transforming into a winter wonderland for a season of holiday fun, including light displays, performances, skating and lots more.
Tunnel of Glam (December 1 - January 6 @ Yonge + St. Clair)
Back again is this sparkly walkthrough to feature over 14 million reversible sequins covering the entire space.
One of a Kind Winter Show (November 21 - December 1 @ Enercare Centre)
There's still one day left to check out the winter edition of this huge show featuring artists and makers from all over the country.
GLOW (November 28 - January 4 @ Toronto Congress Centre)
The opening weekend of GLOW continues today with huge Christmas light displays, food trucks, drinks and shopping.
Union Station Skating Rink (November 29 - January 4 @ Union Station)
Union Station's new outdoor skating rink continues its opening weekend with another full day of fun on the ice.
Horror-Rama (November 30 - December 1 @ 918 Bathurst)
It's the last day to get your fill of horror and cult flicks as this big film festival wraps up with screenings, markets, events and more.
by Lisa Power via blogTO