We're halfway through the week and events in Toronto today are nothing short of awesome with a indie music festival and patio party. You can fill up on a mountain of ramen or check out some comedy. Art, film and a book launch you don't want to miss are all on as well.Events you might want to check out:
Mega Ramen Challenge (May 29 @ Kinton Ramen)
Think you're a ramen-eating master? Test your stomach's endurance at this big ramen challenge where the winner gets a free dinner.
The Surreal Life (May 29 @ 187 Augusta.)
A night of surreal comedy is on, all in the name of comedy-as-art with local comedians dropping by to perform inside of a gallery.
Walk a Mile in My Shoes (May 29 @ Toronto Media Arts Centre)
Part of the Walk a Mile event, this art party looks to raise awareness of gender-based violence and human trafficking through art, music, culture and food.
Consciousness & Creativity (May 29 @ Isabel Bader Theatre)
Director David Lynch is joining in via video link to this discussion on creative and conscious ways to approach business, art and life.
CRAFT Patio Party (May 29 @ Craft Beer Market Toronto)
CRAFT is opening its patio for the season and kicking things off with a party that includes music, giveaways, samplings, games and more.
The Farm (May 29 @ Another Story Bookshop)
Author Joanne Ramos' new book follows a woman spending nine months at a utopian retreat where the only cost is creating the perfect baby.
Quaker Parents (May 29 @ The Boat)
Weird and quirky vibes are what make up Toronto's own Quaker Parents' experimental sound, played alongside Dorothea Paas and Pantayo.
SpaSmS (May 29 @ Eyesore Cinema)
If you're in the mood for a campy cult scare, this classic William Fruet-directed flick is all about a snake terrorizing a small town.
Eya (May 29-30 @ Multiple Venues)
The new and up-and-coming stars of Toronto's indie scene are dropping by for this mini music festival with artists from different backgrounds and genres.
Happening (May 29 - June 1 @ 918 Bathurst Centre for Culture Arts Media & Education)
Dedicated to welcoming newcomer artists, this multicultural festival includes a night of dance, music, poetry, storytelling and networking.
by Lisa Power via blogTO