Free events in Toronto this week welcome ways to enjoy the holiday season without breaking the bank. Holiday Fair in the Square is setting up downtown and the CP Holiday Train is rolling through the city. Light Up the Beach is back and there's a market where everything is free.Events you might want to check out:
Places in History (November 27 @ Stephen Bulger Gallery)
Legendary photographer Dawoud Bey is famous for having captured Harlem in the 70's and is here to present a new solo exhibition.
CP Holiday Train (November 29 @ Lambton Yard)
The famous CP Holiday Train is rolling through the city this week and making a brief stop to for onlookers to gaze at this colourful metal mammoth.
Light Up the Beach (November 30 @ The Beaches)
The Beaches gets festive with this annual light display strewn along the boardwalk that makes for a wintery wonderland throughout the season.
Really Really Free Market (December 1 @ Campbell Park)
New to you and yours is on at this completely free market with books, clothing, furniture and odds and ends all totally free of charge.
Holiday Fair In the Square (December 1-23 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Nathan Phillips Square transforms into a huge winter carnival with a marketplace, skating, food trucks and entertainment all month long.
by Lisa Power via blogTO