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Saturday, April 28, 2018

10 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today include a huge dance competition for Hit the Floor and a big soup party to aid in food conservation. There's also a record sale and a photography exhibition. 

Events you might want to check out:

Disco Soup (April 28 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
In celebration of World Disco Soup Day, this disco party looks to reduce food waste by repurposing food that would otherwise be left to rot.
High Park Record Garage Sale Spring Sale (April 28 @ High Park Record Sale)
Hundreds of LPs and 45s are for sale, at bargain-bin prices, starting at just a dollar.
Amazing New Stuff (April 28 @ Field Trip Cafe)
Writers, poets and musicians debut their newest works in a show called "Open Hearts", so it's best to go in with an open mind as well.
Silent Shout (April 28 @ Handlebar)
It's the first edition of this dreamy electro-pop synth fest, featuring Castle If, PERSONS, Tigerwing and Gabe Knox.
The Basement Tapes (April 28 @ InterAccess)
Influential media artists, curators and critics in the electronic arts scene come together to discuss a selection of early projects and exhibitions.
Wings (April 28 @ Fox Theatre)
The Toronto Silent Film Festival presents the 1927 masterpiece Wings, the first ever winner of Best Picture at the Academy Awards.
Hit The Floor (April 28-29 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre)
One of the largest multi-style dance competitions returns to Toronto for its second edition, featuring 1,500 dancers.
Shelley Niro (April 28 - August 5 @ Ryerson Image Centre)
Part of the Contact Photography Festival, the artist's work takes viewers on a reflective journey on the erasure of Indigenous identity and on the stories the land holds.
INLAND Canadian Designer Pop-Up (April 27-28 @ QRC West)
Locally made wares from 70 fashion, apparel and accessory brands will be available at this huge designer market.
Hot Docs (April 26 - May 6 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
This year's Hot Docs will see over 200 documentaries from Canada and around the world showcased, including many female-driven films.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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