Events in Toronto today include a live talk from former First Lady Michelle Obama, a new stage show straightÂ from Mumbai, and a celebration of women in the film industry.ÂEvents you might want to check out:
Michelle Obama (November 28 @ Mattamy Centre)
The first lady gives her first ever talk in Canada about advancing women and girls' role in changing the world. Tickets are still available but start at a steep $500.
Toronto Argos Grey Cup Celebration (November 28 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Nathan Phillips Square should be packed today as Argos fans gather to celebrate the team's Grey Cup victory.
Art Battle Toronto (November 28 @ The Great Hall)
Artists have 20 minutes to competitively create the best painting they can as the audience votes on who advances. 16 artists will participate, but only one will win the art battle!
Women On Screen (November 28 @ Gladstone Hotel)
The Gladstone is celebrating women in the entertainment industry through a night of pilot script live readings, food, drinks, and a silent auction.
Amaara - A Journey of Love (November 28 @ Harbourfront Centre's Fleck Dance Theatre)
Making its Canadian premiere direct from Mumbai, Amaara combines the methods of western dance with the spiritualism of Indian forms for an enchanting evening.
Tuesday Cabaret (November 28 @ Super Wonder Gallery)
The College St. gallery plays host to a Vaudvillian style variety show spotlighting local talent.
Stories of Mistletoe Mishaps (November 28 @ The Ossington)
Listen to stories about the the worst gifts ever and the family Christmas card mistakenly mailed to the wrong address at this PWYC storytelling event.
Bingpot Trivia (November 28 - December 19 @ Broncos)
Teams of up to 8 people take on questions about music, sports, pop culture, 90s nostalgia, and more. The game is free to play and drinks are insanely cheap.
One of a Kind Show (November 23 - December 3 @ Enercare Centre)
This sprawling show featuring over 800 makers, artisans and designers presses on until the end of the week.
Christian Dior at the ROM (November 25 - March 18 @ Royal Ontario Museum)
In celebration of the House of Dior’s 70th anniversary, the ROM explores Dior’s dramatic creations at their newest exhibit that just launched on Saturday.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO