Events in Toronto this week involve a lot of beer and include a parties in massive art galleries as well as the ever-inspiring grad show at OCAD. Don't forget that Jurassic Park is back in effect as the Raptors enter round two of the playoffs.Events you might want to check out:
Annual Guacamole Smackdown (May 1 @ Drake Hotel)
See this guacamole making competition go down between chefs from Baro, Che Food Truck, La Carnita, Cocina Economica and more and taste their creations.
Grad Ex (May 3-7 @ OCAD University)
More than 900 promising young artists and designers are exhibiting at OCAD U's biggest Grad Ex ever.
AGO First Thursday - Gender Trouble (May 4 @ AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario)
The latest AGO First Thursday party is a good way to check out the new Georgia O'Keeffe exhibition, and then see shows from Maylee Todd and Catherine MacTavis.
Light vs Dark (May 4 @ Berkeley Church)
Celebrate Star Wars Day at this event where each beer, wine, spirit, and cider vendor will feature a light product as well as a dark one.
Brewers Plate 2017 (May 4 @ Corus Quay)
Ten chefs pair with 10 Ontario brewers for a night of rock music, eating and drinking in support of War Child Canada.
FNL: Splash (May 5 @ Royal Ontario Museum)
The FNL ROM parties returns with DJs Conor Cutz and Franky Frank and a chance to check out the giant blue whale skeleton.
Cinco de Macho (May 5 @ Macho Radio Bar)
There are lots of Cinco de Mayo celebrations happening on May 5, but this one is giving away complimentary frozen margaritas on arrival. A patio seat is a must.
Jane's Walk 2017 (May 5-7 @ Jane's Walk)
Jane's Walk is an annual festival of free, community-led walking tours inspired by Jane Jacobs.
Feast In The East (May 6 @ Jam Factory T.O)
For its May edition, this monthly east side music, food and art series features concerts from Phedre, Zones, the Jaimie Branch Quartet, Fake Humans and more.
Just A Taste (May 6 @ The 519)
The Green Space Festival is a free weekend-long dance party during Pride. This is the launch party and it includes a night of New York-style underground house music.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO