Free events in Toronto this December offerÂ a number of fitting send offs to 2017, including a year in review music and arts celebration, skating parties, and a huge fireworks show to cap Canada's 150th birthday.ÂEvents you might want to check out:
Sounds of the Season (December 1 @ Canadian Broadcasting Centre)
CBC's annual charity drive brings you live performances by Serena Ryder, Shawn Hook and Whitehorse as well as the chance to meet your favourite CBC broadcast personalities.
Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square (December 1-23 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Back for its 2nd year, Holiday Fair celebrates the season with an enchanting artisan market, live entertainment and more right in the heart of downtown.
Really Really Free Market (December 2 @ Campbell Park)
No money, no swapping, everything is free. Each attendee is allowed one large shopping bag, or two bags for families, and can take any items they please. After 3pm there's no limit!
Evergreen's Winter Village (December 2-31 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Experience the magic of winter at Evergreen Brick Works with skating, hikes, an Etsy market and much more.
Long Winter (December 9 @ Polish Combatants Hall)
The all-winter-long music and arts festival returns for its December show with boat loads of live performances, visual arts, and a 2017 in review talk show style panel.
Tales of Two Cities at the Aga Khan Museum (December 10 @ Aga Khan Museum)
Soak in this opportunity to visit the Aga Khan Museum and its beautiful courtyard for a free premiere screening of Tafelmusik: Tales of Two Cities, an orchestra and chamber choir concert filmed in the museum last year.
Best of LGBT Short Film Festival (December 11 @ Carlton Cinemas)
A showcase of the best LGBT themed short films from around the world today, 2017's lineup even includes the animated short and viral sensation In A Heartbeat.
Hot Docs Presents Free Holiday Classics (December 16-22 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Don't miss this chance to watch some of your favourite holiday movies of yesteryear on the big screen. Offerings include Elf, A Christmas Story, Love Actually, and more.
DJ Skate Nights (December 16-30 @ Harbourfront Centre)
Toronto loves nighttime skating, especially when it's free. Even better, a stellar lineup of DJs will provide the soundtrack for your evening on ice.
Toronto New Years Eve (December 31 @ Toronto, ON)
Ring in the New Year with the rest of Toronto at Nathan Phillips Square for the year's final celebration of Canada 150. Expect live electronic music, DJs, and a fireworks finale.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO
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