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Sunday, December 29, 2019

10 free things to do in Toronto this January

Free things to do in Toronto in January 2020 range from the 10th edition of the city's most famous art and design festival to free film screenings and more (including a chance to see the Maple Leafs play for free). Get out of that post-holiday slump and enjoy the new possibilities a new year brings.

Events you might want to check out:

Free Community Skate Toronto (January 1 @ Mattamy Athletic Centre)
Gather up a group of friends and family for a free midday skate at the historic Maple Leaf Gardens.
Comedy for Dummies - New Year, New Mom Bod Edition (January 4 @ The Piston)
If your New Year's Resolution is to laugh more, look no further than this showcase featuring the city's best comics.
The Groove with Brother Wayne (January 4 @ Swan Dive)
A free dance party to your favourite 90's hip-hop, rock and soul tunes.
Winter Edition of the Couch Film Festival (January 6 @ 401 Richmond Building)
A free screening of the nine shortlisted films for the Couch Film Festival (and yes, the screening room has a couch).
Toronto Maple Leafs Outdoor Practice (January 9 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Join in some weekend-long Leafs-themed fun and see the players themselves practice in-person at Toronto's favourite outdoor rink.
Long Winter 2020 (January 11 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Some amazing art and live music in an inclusive, fun atmosphere — what more could you ask for?
5 Free Japanese Movies (January 11-12 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogeres Cinema)
Explore the best in international cinema with five contemporary Japanese films featuring English subtitles.
DesignTO 2020 (January 17-26 @ Multiple Venues)
Take in more than 100 free events, immersive installations and exhibitions at the 10th year of this famous art and design festival.
Winter Exhibitions Opening Party (January 22 @ Ryerson Image Centre)
A free party to celebrate Ryerson's forthcoming season of photography exhibitions.
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea - New Year Market (January 26 @ The Great Hall)
The best place to shop for local and handmade gifts, treats and more. New vendors and designers for the New Year!

by Becky Robertson via blogTO

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