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Sunday, December 25, 2016

Christmas Day events in Toronto for 2016

Christmas Day events in Toronto are here for you like a warm blanket next to a roaring fire. If you don't celebrate, don't have anywhere to be, or just need to escape all the festive family fun, these places will be like your very own oasis.

Events you might want to check out:

Xmas Day (December 25 @ Hemingway's)
Hemingway's is fully open on Christmas day from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. with a turkey dinner special, which includes all the fixings and dessert for $18. Their regular menu is running all day as well, but be warned; it's a festive and busy day in this Yorkville spot, so call ahead.
DJ Danger Cat (December 25 @ The Right Light)
DJ Danger cat spins everything from punk and rock and roll to soul and motown at this warm and cozy Dundas West hole in the wall. There's no cover and no pressure. 
White Trash Xmas Party (December 25 @ The End)
The End has you covered if you have nowhere to go for the holidays. They're open regular hours on Christmas day and if you bring a wrapped gift with a limit of $10, you can join in on the Secret Santa fun.
Orphan Xmas Day 2016 (December 25 @ The Grand Trunk)
The Trunk is open from noon until 2 a.m. and takes on the role of the Island of Misfit Toys where you can stop by for a cheery drink with strangers.
Jewish Christmas and Hanukah Party (December 25 @ Wise Bar)
This is the third year running for this Jewish-style Christmas party. They're ordering Chinese food and watching movies! The bar opens at 8 p.m. and they'll be screening Point Break at 8:30.
Christmas Night Sundayz (December 25 @ Wildflower)
Yup, there's a full out dance party at the nightclub attached to the Thompson Hotel. This is a good spot if you need a family breather.
Ghostland (December 25-31 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Like a real-life version of The Gods Must Be Crazy, this warm and uplifting doc provides a fresh take on our “civilized” lifestyle. Follow four Ju/’Hoansi on their journey from their home in the Kalahari Desert to urban Europe. The film screens until Dec. 31.

by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO

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