Free things to do in Toronto this week continue to spread holiday cheer across the city as Yorkville and Little Italy light up for the season. The ROM is opening its door for free and you can catch lots of free films without spending a dime.Events you might want to check out:
3rd Tuesday Nights Free (November 19 @ Royal Ontario Museum)
Take a stroll through the museum free of charge as the ROM opens its doors for an evening of wonders throughout the space.
Regent Park Film Festival (November 20-23 @ Multiple Venues)
Local and international indie works take the spotlight during this free film festival that focuses on people from all walks of life and their stories.
Little Italy's Cavalcade of Lights (November 21 @ Grace - College Parkette)
Little Italy is getting all lit up during the lighting ceremony for its annual holiday display with entertainment and a visit from Santa.
Canadian Labour International Film Festival (November 22-23 @ Carlton Cinema)
A selection of films about workers and the conditions under which they live, work, fight, and succeed are screening during this film festival.
Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic (November 23 @ Village of Yorkville Park)
Yorkville Village is getting festive this holiday season with a special opening night of live music, drinks and a lighting ceremony.
by Lisa Power via blogTO