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Thursday, April 25, 2019

10 free things to do in Toronto this May

Free events in Toronto for May 2019 are all about enjoying the best of the city without breaking the bank. Kensington Market is going car-free and two museums are opening for free. CONTACT is set to turn the city into one big art gallery and Doors Open gives a glimpse into some neat places.

Events you might want to check out:

GradEx (May 1-5 @ OCAD University)
The artists of tomorrow are ready to set off into the world but not before a huge showcase of their work spread throughout OCAD's galleries.
Contact (May 1-31 @ Multiple Venues)
Taking place inside galleries around the city, CONTACT returns with works by local and international photographers in over 200 exhibits.
Jane's Walk (May 3-5 @ Multiple Venues)
Jane Jacobs' legacy for sustainable urbanism lives on as volunteers lead groups through the history of different communities around the city.
Spring into Parkdale (May 11 @ Multiple Venues)
Parkdale is ready to kick off the spring festivities with a day of free fun including activities, a huge kids zone, and entertainment for everyone.
Comic Arts Festival (May 11-12 @ Toronto Reference Library)
All things comics are on at this huge, two-day festival that includes readings, interviews, panels, workshops, exhibitions, installations, and more.
3rd Monday Nights Free (May 20 @ The Royal Ontario Museum)
The ROM is opening its doors for free the third Monday evening of each month for patrons to take a stroll through the majority of the museum.
Trinity Bellwoods Bed-In (May 25 @ Trinity Bellwoods)
Folks are gathering in celebration of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's famous Bed-In with a day of comfy blankets, music, art, games and picnics.
Doors Open (May 25-26 @ Multiple Venues)
Historical buildings are getting an airing out as Doors Open returns to see some of the city's most fascinating buildings welcome the public.
Pedestrian Sundays (May 26 @ Kensington Market)
Music, food, art, shopping, activities and more are all part of this annual street festival that sees Kensington go car-free for the day.
Community Sundays (May 26 @ MOCA)
Take a tour through Toronto's newest contemporary museum totally free of charge as the MOCA opens for free this month.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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