Free events in Toronto this week include a final push of Halloween festivities, a new exhibit you can only see in person, and lots of Philly cheesesteak sandwiches.Events you might want to check out:
Halloween on Church Street (October 31 @ Church Street)
Watch Church Street come alive on the big night as you soak up in the costumes, creepiness, and general thrill of a good old fashioned street party.
The Bunz Flea Market: Spooky Edition (October 31 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Expect the same quirky items and sense of community you'd find in the online group, only with a giant open trading space and a bit of haunting in the air. Admission is free and non-cash trades is the name of the game.
Night Skies Over Turtle Island (November 2 @ JJR Macleod Auditorium, University of Toronto)
Explore the night sky via U of T's telescopes and a live planetarium presentation, as well as a panel speaking on how the indigenous peoples of North America view the night sky.
Free Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches and Poutine (November 3 @ Philthy Philly’s)
In celebration of their new Yonge Street location's grand opening, Philthy Philly's is giving away 100 free Philly cheesesteak sandwiches and 100 free poutines to the first people in line starting at 6 PM.
Stereo: A Glasses-Less 3D Exhibit Opening Reception (November 4 @ Hashtag Gallery)
This new exhibit hits Toronto November 4th and boasts mind bending glasses-free 3D to create an immersive experience that can quite literally only be seen in person.
Day of the Dead (November 4-5 @ Harbourfront Centre)
Through contemporary art and music, Day of the Dead celebrated the life of people and their memories, achievements and impact. Expect cooking tutorials, art installations, Mariachi music, and a huge Mexican marketplace.
Tomorrow: Free Film Screening (November 5 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
As part of the 9th Annual EcoFair, which is free in its entirety, Tomorrow: Travel the World of Sustainable Solutions will be screened at no cost. The film takes a look at the ecological state of the planet in 2017 and spotlights experiments in agriculture, energy, economy and more that can make global impacts on our world.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO