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Saturday, March 30, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Saturday is here and events in Toronto today include a throwback to the innnocent age of childhood as HideSeek pops up with all kinds of cool stuff. Wizards and muggles alike are getting together for a Butterbeer bar crawl and there's Earth Day activities on, as well.

Events you might want to check out:

Butterbeer Bar Crawl (March 30 @ Multiple Venues)
Back again is this Harry Potter-themed bar crawl with lots of Butterbeer and Fire Whiskey, costumes, prizes and even a Yule Ball afterparty.
Anderson Cooper (March 30 @ Roy Thomson Hall)
As American politics dominates the media, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper is arriving to chat about what it's like to be in the thick of it all.
Wavelength Monthly (March 30 @ Monarch Tavern)
Wavelength's monthly music series is back with a night of synthy sounds ranging from avant garde to electro pop by local and international artists.
Earth Hour (March 30 @ Reichman Family Lecture Hall (ES1050), Earth Science Building)
Join in on the Earth Hour celebrations with a night of space exploration including telescope observing, planetarium shows and interactive demos.
Coffin Factory Studios Final Sale (March 30 @ The Coffin Factory Studios)
Local art is on sale by the artists of the Coffin Factory Studios during this final sale and art party before the space is turned into condos.
Sterling Road Scavenger Hunt (March 30 @ Multiple Venues)
Eight spots around Sterling Road are taking part in this neighbourhood-wide scavenger hunt with prizes and Henderson drinks to be won.
Young Picasso (March 30 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Taking a look at the early and influential years of Picasso, this film that travels to Málaga, Barcelona and Paris created many early works.
80's & 90's Video Dance Party (March 30 @ Remix Lounge)
Panic is ready to celebrate it's sweet 16 with a night of 80s and 90s hits played alongside videos courtesy of DJ Lazarus.
Lost & Found (March 30 @ Imagine Cinemas Carlton)
Writer-director Liam O Mochain is on-hand to chat about his film that follows seven interconnected stories set at an lost and found office.
HideSeek (March 30 - June 2 @ 1305 Dundas Street West)
Slinkies, Pop Tarts, crimped hair and Hot Wheels: this new, immersive adult playground is dedicated to all-things childhood nostalgia.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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