Free events in Toronto for March 2017 are kind of a big deal. Not only does The Real Housewives of Toronto premiere, but there's a sugar shack pop-up, a Woman's Day march, the St. Patrick's Day parade and a party celebrating Toronto's birthday.Events you might want to check out:
Celebrate Toronto (March 5 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Honouring Toronto’s 183rd anniversary, this two-day festival at Nathan Phillips Square includes live performances, a market, food trucks and a DJ skating party.
Ban This Series Film Festival (March 6 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
This multi-day, mini-film fest features documentaries from the seven countries included in Trump's travel ban.
Infamous: Sex Work in Nineteenth-Century Toronto (March 6 @ Toronto Reference Library - Hinton Learning Theatre)
U of T professor Laurie K. Bertram discusses the real-life women and men behind one of Toronto's most secretive economies between 1847 and 1900.
Sugar Shack T.O. (March 11 @ Sugar Beach)
Sugar Beach gets even sweeter with maple taffy, ice activities, cabane a sucre delicacies and live entertainment.
St. Patrick's Day Parade (March 19 @ St. George and Bloor Street West)
The 30th annual parade returns to the streets of Toronto. It begins at noon and runs down Yonge Street before finishing at Nathan Phillips Square.
2017 International Women's Day Toronto (March 11 @ 1 King's College Circle)
Starting at UofT's Medical Sciences Building, this is a massive rally celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. The march starts at 1 p.m.
Gag by Pansy Ass (March 17-25 @ DAIS)
Pansy Ass is a Toronto couple who combine their expertise in naughty illustrations and ceramic creations with their love of vintage china and antiquities.
Bunz Flea Ep.3 (March 21 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Everyone's fave free exchange market returns for its third edition. It's an open trading area of pretty much whatever, so bring some items you'd like to giveaway.
Circus Classes (March 21-28 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
Running away and joining circus isn't as glamorous as it sounds, but these free circus classes will help you learn stretches that circus artists use.
Music Gallery History Series (March 31 @ Music Gallery)
This music series inside one of the city's most prized live venues explores developments in electronic music during the 1970s.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO