You are the dancing queen, feel the beat at events in Toronto today with a big ABBA ice skating party down by the waterfront. Etsy goodies, a Chanukah market and record sale are all on as well and there's still time to catch a screening of Blade Runner at the Cinesphere.Events you might want to check out:
ABBA on Ice (November 25 @ Natrel Rink)
Show your stuff on the ice to the tune of ABBA's greatest hits during this free pop disco ice party straight out of the 70's.
Toronto's Chanukah Market (November 25 @ The Warehouse at Downsview Park)
A celebration of Jewish culture is on at this big market with traditional food, shopping, entertainment and cooking demos.
Sunday Afternoon Social (November 25 @ Palais Royale)
DJs from Toronto and beyond are coming out for a all-day party featuring UK's Gaudi, Box of Kittens, Mark Oliver anymore spinning house and techno.
Tom Green (November 25 @ Comedy Bar)
Funnyman Tom Green is getting back to his roots with a comedy tour that's landed him in Toronto for a night of stand up.
Black Women With Wings (November 25 @ May)
A night of female empowerment and pieces by local artists look to shine a light on the work of Black women through film, poetry and photography.
Flipside Record Sale (November 25 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Give the gift of music or keep it all for yourself as over 30,000 used, vintage and rare records are all on sale at this huge one day sale.
Etsy Holiday Market (November 25 @ The Great Hall)
Toronto's Etsy community is coming out just in time for the holidays with 50 makers selling all kinds of locally-made gifts and lifestyle goods.
Grey Cup Party (November 25 @ Black Lab Brewing)
Toronto's new dog friendly brewery is celebrating the CFL championship with craft beers, grilled sandwiches and deep-fried mac-n-cheese bars.
Beaches Santa Claus Parade (November 25 @ Victoria Park and Kingston Road)
The Beaches Santa Claus Parade is back starting at Victoria Park and Kingston Rd.
LOVEBOT Exhibition (November 23-25 @ Cabbagetown Building)
There's still time to see new works by the artist behind the ionic LOVEBOT scattered around the city, with march for sale and an artists' talk.
by Lisa Power via blogTO