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Monday, January 28, 2019

10 free things to do in Toronto this February

Free events in Toronto for February 2019 are ready to brave the cold in the name of savvy saving. The MOCA is will be open for free this month as part of its new Community Sunday program and Winter Stations returns to the Beaches. Strap on your skates or dancing shoes 'cause there's lots to do.

Events you might want to check out:

Really Really Free Market (February 2 @ Campbell Park)
Don't bother pulling up the couch cushions because this market is full of decor, clothing, books and more; all completely free.
The Drake Hotel's 15th Birthday Party (February 7 @ Drake Hotel)
Skip the cover and head to The Drake's birthday celebration and reopening of the Underground with a night of music, food and fun.
Wave (February 9 @ Xpace Cultural Centre)
A night of free, live music with some of Toronto's underground electro scene is on among Xpace's new series of winter exhibitions.
DJ Skate Nights (February 9 @ Natrel Rink)
Get ready to sweat it out on ice as DJ Skate Nights begins to wrap up with a night of hot soca hits to bring back the summer vibes.
Icefest (February 9-10 @ Bloor-Yorkville Village)
Bloor-Yorkville about to become a big ice village once again. The theme this year is Hollywood North, so so ready for some ice blockbusters!
Next Wave Film Festival (February 15-17 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
Free for anyone under 25, this film festival looks to showcase young directors trying their hand at new and innovative filmmaking.
Winter Stations (February 18 - April 1 @ Woodbine Beach)
Back again are these larger-than-life installations along the Beaches waterfront with a forest of butterflies, a staircase to nowhere and a Mind Station.
Black Writers Matter (February 20 @ Harbourfront Centre)
New from the International Festival of Authors is the launch of this anthology dedicated to the works, voices and narratives of African-Canadian writers.
Community Sundays (February 24 @ MOCA)
The newly-relocated MOCA is opening its doors to the public one day a month totally free of charge, and includes all its ongoing exhibitions.
The Oscars Live (February 24 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Catch all the glitz and glamour live on the big, big screen as the Hot Docs cinema hosts its annual Oscars viewing party inside the theatre for free.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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