Events in Toronto today celebrateÂ the best of the city's tech scene givingÂ entrepreneurs from all backgroundsÂ a chance to connect. It's also your last chance to check out the big latte art competition taking place down at the CNE grounds.Events you might want to check out:
Best Of TechTO (February 27 @ City Hall)
While Toronto continues to grow into a tech epicentre, Best of TechTO celebrates the accomplishments of the existing technology community. Mayor John Tory will also be on hand for the festivities.
Yndi Halda (February 27 @ The Baby G)
The English post-rock band known for their unique blend of classic and modern sounds is in Toronto as part of their North American tour.
Anticipation of the Night (February 27 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
This surrealist psychodrama by filmmaker Maya Deren explores what lurks just beyond the surface of our consciousness. If that doesn't sound like fun, it's also free!
Generation Now (February 27 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
Millennials looking to go into business or who are already in business have the opportunity to meet other entrepreneurs and hear from guest speakers at this all-day conference.
Diversity in Sports (February 27 @ Ted Rogers School of Management)
President Masai Ujiri and VP of Basketball Operations Teresa Resch of the Toronto Raptors discuss how their organization has approached diversity and how that has spurred innovation in their workplace.
Entrepreneurial Black Queer Activism (February 27 @ Ryerson Student Centre)
Queering Black History Month is hosting an evening of celebration and reflection on the stories, struggles, and successes of Black queer and trans entrepreneurs in founding, operating and thriving on their own terms.
I Am Not Your Negro (February 27 @ Toronto Reference Library)
Raoul Peck’s adaptation of James Baldwin’s unfinished book is timely and relevant, chronicling racial issues in America from the civil rights movement to #BlackLivesMatter.
Eating with Intention (February 27 @ Lululemon Queen West)
The stereotype of a fast-paced city life seeps into how we consume our everyday meals, while Eating with Intention seeks to combat that idea and explore a more conscious way of eating.
Canadian Latte Art Competition (February 26-27 @ Enercare Centre)
Today marks your last chance to check out a major latte art competition, which will crown a "master" from a cohort of 12 competitors.
by Lisa Power via blogTO