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Saturday, April 27, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

There's still a full day of fun left before the work week and events in Toronto today offer the special chance to see a new set of cherry blossom trees planted in honour of the 1959 Sakura donation. Pugs are gathering for a grumble and the MOCA is opening its doors for free. 

Events you might want to check out:

Cherry Blossom Planting Ceremony (April 28 @ High Park)
Cherry blossom fever is here and Toronto s about to get a bunch of new ones to mark the 60th anniversary of the 1959 Sakura donation.
Community Sundays (May 26 @ MOCA)
Art in all shapes and sizes is waiting to be explored at the MOCA as the museum opens its doors for free, including all of its exhibitions.
Toronto Pug Grumble (May 11 @ Dog Bowl in Trinity Bellwoods Park)
The pugs are coming out in full force for this spring meet up with smoothy-faced dogs gathering for a day of snorting, rolling and grumbling.
Earth Day Festival (April 22 @ Downsview Park)
Earth Day is here and a whole day of family-friendly activities are on with an outdoor vendors market, workshops, scavenger hunt and crafting.
Everlasting Moments (April 28 @ Revue Cinema)
Bechdel Tested is back and teaming up with CONTACT for a screening of Everlasting Moments, including a panel led by female photographers.
Sunday Afternoon Social (April 28 @ Palais Royale)
Cool out with some good tunes as Box of Kittens, Justin of alienInFlux, Mad Professor, Spyne + Steinjah and Dubmatrix bring the beats.
Run The World (April 28 @ Ricarda's)
Over 60 female-owned vendors are coming out for this huge night market with jewellery, clothing, skincare, beauty, art, home decor and more.
The Leslieville Flea (April 28 @ The Fermenting Cellar)
The Fermenting Cellar is playing host to this huge flea market with a special focus on vintage clothing, salvaged goods, antiques and collectibles.
Drag Kids (April 28 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
One of the most talked-about films at this years Hot Docs Festival is premiering and follows four young drag stars and their love for the art form.
Lil Debbie (April 28 @ Lee's Palace)
The one and only Lil Debbie is dropping by as part of a huge showcase of rappers including DEV, Duch Dillinger, RAXX, Nelly Luxx, Eternal and more.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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