Christmas Day events in Toronto for 2017 can take advantage of the snowy weather. There's plenty of rinks to go skating, hills to go tobogganing and places to watch a flick. For those interested in dining out, plenty of restaurants are open for business. Make sure to take note of what's open and closed today.Events you might want to check out:
Xmas Day Uncensored Comedy Extravaganza (December 25 @ The Corner)
Maybe you're tired of the family, or maybe you're looking for something to do with them. Either way, a showcase of comedians with credits like JFL, CBC, and Comedy Network is a solid evening excursion.
Vertigo on 70mm (December 25 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
TIFF is hosting a new mini series of larger than life films being projected in glorious 70mm. Today, Alfred Hitchcock's mesmerizing Vertigo returns to the big screen.
The Wilderness (December 25 @ Lost And Found)
The Wilderness is a weekly celebration of fashion, hip hop, youth, and freedom that happens every Monday and doesn't stop for Christmas Day. Swing by if you feel like rebelling.
Cannes Lions Awards: The World's Best Commercials (December 25-31 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Hundreds of the year's best in commercials and advertising, ranging from hilarious to touching and unique, are screened at Hot Docs.
Put A Donkey On It (December 25 @ Bassline Bar)
Now an annual tradition, the third installment of Put A Donkey On It is a DJ party at Bassline Music Bar with over five DJs spinning techno, eurodance, trance, house, and assorted rave anthems.
by Corey Van Den Hoogenband via blogTO