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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

We're into post-snowstorm recovery mode and events in Toronto today look to make the best of this mess with a snowball fight! Staying in is also an option, with comedy, theatre, art and films happening as well. Dress warm and don't lose your mitts.

Events you might want to check out:

Snowball Fight (January 29 @ Kerr Hall Field)
Everyone is welcome to drop by, scrunch up some snow and give it a good hurl during this post-snowstorm snowball fight.
Let Freedom Sing (January 29 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
This documentary shows how blues, folk, gospel and R&B all played a role in the civil rights movement, drawing strength through music.
The Up and Comers (January 29 @ Rivoli)
LGBTQ+ comedians are coming together for this comedy showcase that looks to spotlight emerging queer talent from across the city.
Parting the Roots (January 29 @ Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives)
Focusing on the exploration of Black hair, this pop-up exhibition includes a panel discussion about its role in shaping Black history.
Videorama (January 29 @ Dundas Video)
Videorama is ready to warm you up with a collection of wacky and wild videos by local filmmakers, plus some stuff from the Internet.
Leaving Esmeralda (January 29 @ Horseshoe Tavern)
Toronto's own indie rockers Leaving Esmeralda invoke an R.E.M./Hip vibe as they mash bits of country, folk and prog rock together.
Reproduction (January 29 @ Another Story)
A hilarious, surprising and poignant love story takes place in Toronto by way of Ian William's new book that explores the bizarre ways people bond together.
Make Time For Friends (January 29 @ Comedy Bar)
Dad Rock Comedy is back and ready to dish out the parental advice, stories, triumphs and failures that encompasses bein' a dad.
SKOW (January 29 - February 1 @ Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance)
Standing for 'some kinds of wonder', this new dance project looks to evoke inspiration and curiosity by way of movement and energy.
The Tashme Project: The Living Archives (January 29 - February 10 @ Factory Theatre)
The story of those held prisoner in Japanese interment camps is not lost as this production recounts the tales of confinement they faced.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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