Free events in Toronto for April 2019 are here to save you a chunk of change while still getting out and about and doin' stuff. With all this cannabis stuff, this year's 420 celebration is going to be a good one while Record Store Day returns and there's free goodies to be had.Events you might want to check out:
What A Bagel Free Bagel Day (April 2 @ Multiple Venues)
Back again is this Toronto-themed bagel giveaway at stores all over the city where you can drop by and grab six bagels free of charge.
Mass Exodus (April 4 @ Daniels Spectrum)
The fashions stars of tomorrow are showing their design creations at this annual showcase that plots trends and innovations in the industry.
Cram Toronto (April 5 @ Multiple Venues)
New this year is this ideas-based festival taking place at campuses all over, with talks and events that highlight cutting-edge thinking.
Slow Art Day (April 6 @ Power Plant)
Taking place at galleries all over the world at the same time, Slow Art Day encourages patrons to view art slowly and talk about their experiences.
Ben & Jerry's Free Cone Day (April 9 @ Ryerson University)
The start of spring means ice cream season and Ben & Jerry's has you covered with a free scoop in celebration of Free Cone Day.
Record Store Day (April 13 @ Multiple Venues)
Record Store Day returns to local shops all over the city with an international celebration of all things vinyl, featuring live performances and parties.
Fireside Tales (April 16 @ Dufferin Grove Park)
Fireside Tales returns to the great outdoors with a bring-your-own-blanket storytelling session around the fire, complete with hot cocoa.
420 Toronto (April 20 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
It's never been a better time to celebrate 420 in Toronto, and this year is celebrating legalization with a big gathering in Nathan Phillips Square to smoke up and chill out.
Earth Day Festival (April 22 @ Downsview Park)
Celebrate the planet at this annual Earth Day Festival with a day of family-friendly activities like seed ball making, sing-alongs and nature walks.
Community Sundays (April 28 @ MOCA)
The MOCA is opening for free once again for patrons to explore through its beautiful new space and see its various exhibitions.
by Lisa Power via blogTO