Events in Toronto this March feature something for everyone, including beer lovers, gym rats and those who are obsessed with nerd culture. There are so many reasons to start exiting hibernation mode.Events you might want to check out:
Sketch Comedy Festival (March 1-12 @ Various locations)
The 12th annual comedy fest is a 12-day, city-wide celebration of sketch comedy.
Toronto Antique & Vintage Market (March 4 @ Queen Elizabeth Building At Exhibition Place)
This is the perfect spot to find great retro, vintage and antique items for your apartment, house and closet.
New Creations Festival 2017 (March 4-11 @ TSO)
Canadian composer Owen Pallett joins Peter Oundjian and the TSO to curate the New Creations Festival, which features Tanya Tagaq, James Ehnes and Kronos Quartet.
International Women's Day Toronto (March 11 @ 1 King's College Circle)
There are some really great Women's Day events happening across the city, including this rally that begins at 1 King's College Circle at 11 a.m. with a march at 1 p.m.
Toronto ComiCon 2017 (March 17-19 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre - South Building)
Head to this weekend-long celebration of comics, sci-fi, horror, anime, and gaming. Expect lots of dress up, vendors and activations.
St. Patrick's Day Parade (March 19 @ St. George and Bloor Street West)
The city's great big green parade starts around 12:30 p.m. at St. George and Bloor, running down Yonge St, before finally at Nathan Philips Square.
Toronto Storytelling Festival (March 24 - April 2 @ Various locations)
This is one of the world’s biggest storytelling celebrations. It's a collection of concerts, story talks and workshops starring the finest storytellers from Canada and around the world.
Winter Brew Fest (March 24 @ Enercare Centre)
What promises to be the "new and improved" winter beer fest inside the Enercare Centre will featur local breweries, food trucks, Yoga on Tap and DJs.
One of a Kind Show (March 29 - April 2 @ Enercare Centre - Exhibition Place)
This mega-shopping event isn't just for the holiday season. It's so massively popular that there's a spring edition showcasing some of Toronto's coolest makers.
Toronto Yoga Conference and Show (March 30 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Both students and teachers can take classes and shop for the latest and greatest yoga gear. There are master workshops from renowned yogis and a yoga garden to chill in.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO