Christmas is just days away and events in Toronto today look to celebrate early with a big beer festival. You can skate until your heart's content at another edition of DJ Skate Night and some festive films to get you good and ready for the holidays.Events you might want to check out:
12 Beers of Christmas (December 22 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Grab your signature ugly sweater and a brewski, ale or sour and drink to all the things that make the holidays so special at this annual beer festival.
Black Christmas (December 22 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
All the Christmas cheer of any classic combined with all the cheer of a horror thriller makes up director Bob Clark's Toronto-shot Black Christmas.
DJ Skate Nights (December 22 @ Natrel Rink)
Dance, twist, slide and shimmy it out on the ice to all the hottest funk, hip-hop, R&B and house courtesy of 1 LOVE T.O.'s DJ Dlux.
It's a Wonderful Life (December 22 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
The Frank Capra Christmas classic that tells the story of an angle ring to earn his wings is screening for free today. Don't forget to bring a donation!
Etsy Street Team Christmas Marketplace (December 22 @ Church of St. Stephen in-the-Fields)
There's still time to shop local this holiday as Etsy makers from across the city gather for a day of handmade goodies, snacks and lots more.
Neighborhood Holiday Party (December 22 @ The Great Hall)
West Queen West is celebrating the holiday with a big party featuring drinks, food, music and makers form the Trinity Bellwoods Flea.
Prophecy (December 22 @ Round)
Post-goth, electro, industrial and random, obscure beats are on at this dance party with special guest San Francisco's DJ Zazou on deck.
School Damage (December 22 @ Bovine Sex Club)
Toronto's own punk rockers are screaming it out and ready to party with a night of tunes on the eve of their Hello Cruel World album release.
Princemas Dance Party (December 22 @ Sneaky Dee's)
It's a Purple Christmas with all the best Prince tracks playing at this dance party, plus old school hits, misses, rare mixes, remixes and more.
Die Hard (December 22 @ Revue Cinema)
The third and final Drunken Cinema screening of Die Hard is on with a night of drinking games set to each time someone references McClane being a cop.
by Lisa Power via blogTO