If you thought you had a busy summer, think again. The top events in Toronto this October will ensure you stay entertained as the air finally gets crisp. Not only are there so many things to do this fall in general, but there's also a bunch of free stuff, markets and pop-ups, art shows, and that's not event touching Halloween! Events you might want to check out:
Inspiration is a Monster (October 3 @ AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario)
Electropop queen Peaches takes over the museum to throw a party to help launch Guillermo De Toro's great big monster exhibit at the AGO on display through the winter.
NoshFest (October 9 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Toronto's Jewish Food Festival boasts some 20 vendors offering sandwiches, desserts, treats and other delicacies. There'll be both Kosher and non-Kosher snacks.
Are You Afraid of the Dark? Reunion (October 11 @ Toronto, ON)
If you grew up in Canada in the 90s, then you definitely remember the loveable cast of pre-teens huddled around the campfire. Check out two classic episodes with a cast reunion panel discussion afterwards.
Toronto After Dark (October 12-20 @ Scotiabank Theatre Toronto)
Toronto's horror, sci-fi, action and cult film festival returns, showing the best in these cult film genres on the big screen.
Podcast Festival (October 12-15 @ Hot Docs Cinema)
The festival that brings many of your favourite podcasts live to a Toronto stage returns for a second year. Expect guests like the creators of Missing Richard Simmons, Another Round, and Modern Love.
Cask Days Beer Festival (October 20-22 @ Evergreen Brickworks)
The cask-conditioned beer fest returns this year with over 400 beers and ciders served for three days at the Brick Works. This year, New York City has been chosen as the featured regional beer producer.
Canzine 2017 (October 21 @ AGO)
The festival of zines and independent arts returns inside the AGO, and it's absolutely free. Check out hundreds of zines, books, and creators as well as talks and workshops.
Design Mexico (October 25 @ The Great Hall)
Showcasing work from seven of Mexico's best graphic design studios, illustrators and typographers, don't miss this one of a kind day of design and innovation.
Vintage Crawl (October 26 @ Multiple Venues)
The fall vintage crawl lets you roam from shop to shop in the city's west end finding treasures along the way. Each store has steals and deals and some even have cocktails to add to the fun.
Art Toronto (October 27-30 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
Art Toronto is Canada's only international fair for modern and contemporary art. It's kind of like our version of Art Basel.
by Phil Villeneuve via blogTO