Free events in Toronto this week run the gamut from family-friendly skating to cerebral films to weird and experimental comedy. With all of these events being offered for free, they're the perfect way to extend the holidays without extending your budget.Events you might want to check out:
New Year’s Eve (December 31 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Ring in 2019 with skating, DJs, and fireworks in one of Toronto's biggest and most fun celebrations.
Festival of New Formats (January 2 @ Comedy Bar)
Check out a one-night-only festival of super weird shows with no holding back, and even better, no ticket price.
European Short Film Festival (January 3 @ Carlton Cinemas)
Indulge your inner Werner Hertzog with a showcase of the best European short films, totally free.
Good Enough Live Karaoke (January 3 @ The Rec Room)
Choose from a list of over 300 songs, and the band (guitars, keys, bass, drums and sometimes saxophone) will call you up on stage to rock out with lyrics on a tablet and a microphone for a great, totally gratis night.
Really Really Free Market (January 5 @ Campbell Park)
Swing by this really, really free market where visitors are invited to fill a shopping bag with free treasures within a one-hour time period, with no money, no swapping, and no trades.
by Martha Stortz via blogTO