Spend some time this week not spending anything at the many free events going on in Toronto. Have some fun–for free–at a photo exhibit and a dog show. There's also a tea frappe giveaway and a totally free market.Events you might want to check out:
50x50 (May 1-30 @ George Brown College's Waterfront Campus)
George Brown College is set to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a photo exhibit that looks at immigrants whose lives have been shaped by education.
Free Tea Frappes (May 4 @ Plentea Tea Bar)
Plentea is launching its line of new tea frappes and giving out one per customer between noon and 3 p.m.
May Really Really Free Market (May 5 @ Campbell Park)
Don't even think about bringing money to the May edition of this totally free, no swapping, no spending market.
Park and Bark Dog Show (May 5 @ Yonge St at Davisville Parking Lot)
Yes, dogs. This community puppy party will feature dog and human food and drinks, samples, exhibitions and a show.
The Uncanny Valley Portraits (May 1-31 @ Only One Gallery)
Wax figures including Mike Tyson, Justin Bieber and Steven Colbert prove to be a source of intrigue for photographer Peter Andrew Lusztyk as he explores the eeriness and feelings of revulsion among observers. Official opening night reception is May 4 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
by Lisa Power via blogTO