Events in Toronto today make it hard to stay in, especially with so much going on like the March for Our Lives Rally, a clothing swap, and the What The Film Festival. Don't forget to turn off your lights for Earth Hour.Events you might want to check out:
AC2 (March 24 @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts)
CNN's Anderson Cooper and Real Housewives Executive Producer Andy Cohen are in Toronto for an unscripted uncensored night of conversation.
March For Our Lives Rally (March 24 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Communities for Zero Violence is planning a rally with the March for Our Lives movement to bring awareness of victims of gun violence in North America.
AstroTours Earth Hour (March 24 @ Earth Sciences Centre)
Experience Earth Hour with the folks who know it best: scientists. There's a lecture, refreshments, and telescope observing.
Calvin Love (March 24 @ Owls Club)
Edmonton's pop troubadour Calvin Love is dropping by Toronto to perform with Sunshine & The Blue Moon and Johnny de Courcy.
Anatomical Venus (March 24 - April 7 @ Bau-Xi Contemporary Art Gallery)
Artist Michelle Nguyen debuts Anatomical Venus, an exploration of female bodies, the spaces they occupy, and the characters who observe them through history.
Guided Meditation (March 24 - May 12 @ Gardiner Museum)
Take a moment to clear your head at this guided meditation session inside the Yoko Ono: Riverbed exhibition space.
National Waffle Day (March 24 @ 156 Augusta Avenue)
In celebration of this important day, Cluck Clucks Chicken & Waffles is having a one-day DIY waffle pop-up.
Rooftop Silent Disco (March 24 @ Hemingway's)
Imagine a room full of people wearing wireless headphones and grooving to their own chosen jams. That's a silent disco.
Clothing, Costume and Fabric Swap (March 24 @ Raw Finery Studio)
It's a good ol' fashioned clothing swap. Clean out your closet and score some new-to you looks for spring.
What The Film Festival (March 24-25 @ The Royal Cinema)
Eccentrics rejoice! It's a film festival inspired by and expressly for all things absurd, strange, and unsual.
by Lisa Power via blogTO