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Wednesday, November 1, 2017

9 things to do in Toronto today

Today's post-Halloween events in Toronto include an array of pumpkin parades in parks all across the city. Other noteworthy happenings include a visit from a former One Direction singer and a designer label sale right downtown.

Events you might want to check out:

Sorauren Park Pumpkin Parade (November 1 @ Friends of Sorauren Park)
There's pumpkin parades in parks across the city this year, but the marquee event is still at Sorauren Park, where the trend got its start in Toronto. There will be hundreds of pumpkins on display tonight.
Niall Horan (November 1 @ Massey Hall)
The "Slow Hands" singer and latest One Direction member to go solo makes a stop at Massey Hall for an intimate night his recently released debut album.
Diva Cup (November 1 @ Comedy Bar)
Comedians explore their inner drag artist while lip-syncing their hearts out to raise money and awareness for LGBTQ communities. Performers include Chantel Marostica, Anne and Raina Douris, Kevin Vidal and more.
The District: Designer Label Sale (November 1-5 @ 135 Liberty Street)
Right in Liberty Village, grab top designer labels for men and women available at up to 70% off. Brands include Ralph Lauren, Etro, Michael Kors, and more.
Hellboy II: The Golden Army (November 1-3 @ AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario)
Del Toro mania presses on in Toronto as screenings of the cult hit Hellboy II: The Golden Army are presented in conjunction with the AGO's At Home With Monsters Exhibit.
WORKTECH17 (November 1 @ McCarthy Tétrault, Suite 5300)
Thought leaders assemble tonight to share cutting edge ideas on the future from both people and technology perspectives
Harvest Table Dinner (November 1 @ Gladstone Hotel)
The final Harvest Wednesday of the year goes down at the Gladstone tonight, where Chef Rudy Boquila and Sous Chef Anne Novo will take you on a culinary journey using local, seasonal produce.
Katy Perry (November 1 @ Air Canada Centre)
Night two of Katy Perry's stop in Toronto happens tonight. Catch her new album, hits and looks live, and cross your fingers that the dancing backpack kid will accompany her.
Toronto Chocolate Festival (November 1-30 @ Multiple Venues)
This annual celebration of chocolate begins today with participating shops and vendors spread all across the city. More events follow later this month.

by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO

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