Tuesday, December 3, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

The way to the heart is chocolate and things to do in Toronto today include the opening of Swiss chocholatier Läderach inside the Eaton Centre. You can shop local at a night market and there's a Christmas record show. Music, movies, storytelling and more are on, too.

Events you might want to check out:

Läderach Chocolatier Suisse Grand Opening (December 4 @ Läderach Chocolatier Suisse Eaton Centre)
One of Switzerland's biggest chocolatiers is opening a location inside the Eaton Centre to feature a huge range of Swiss chocolate products.
The Andy Kim Christmas Show (December 4 @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre)
Get ready to rock in support of CAMH with a star-studded lineup including Tracey Ullman, Ron Sexsmith, Sloan, Bif Naked and more.
VICE Festive Night Market (December 4 @ VICE Canada)
VICE Canada is opening up its Liberty Village office for an after-work night market featuring nearby local vendors, live music, drinks and snacks.
Aperture Book Launch (December 4 @ Albany Pizza)
Delving into dreams, this new book gathers the inner workings of the minds of local artists and includes a mini zine pop-up.
Tim Baker (December 4 @ The Danforth Music Hall)
Delicate and tender, Newfoundland's Tim Baker's beautiful tunes move slow and use his folk roots to tell stories of love and life.
WIPP Drag Queen Ball (December 4 @ Fairmont Royal York)
Shop, drink, eat, dance and get ready for the holidays with Toronto's very own Spice Queens as they drop by to chat and help you find the perfect gift.
Just John x Dom Dias (December 4 @ Mod Club)
Heavy on the trap is the sound of Toronto's own rapper just John as he teams up with complex bass producer and DJ Dom Dias.
Replay Storytelling (December 4 @ Burdock)
It's a night of storytelling with local orators telling real and true tales of families or from the family that include both personal and vulnerable moments.
Stackt Christmas Record Show (December 4 @ Stackt)
The vinyl lover in your life will thank for you checking out this record show with lots of genres, plus live music and drinks while you browse.
Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins (December 4-5 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Telling the story of journalist, Molly Ivins, this documentary tells the story of her incredible bravery in the face of the establishment.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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