Happy Monday, Toronto!
Check out what’s happening in the city today.
Canada’s first LGBTQA+ tech conference wants Toronto job seekers to feel confident in being themselves and know that their different backgrounds, perspectives, and personalities are an asset to employers. Triumphing diversity in the workforce, Venture Out is a conference happening in Toronto today where inclusion in tech and entrepreneurship are at the forefront.
Where: MaRS Discovery District, 101 College Street
When: March 27 at 8 am
Spend the afternoon watching a movie for free! The story of The Syrian Bride deals with a Druze wedding and the troubles the politically unresolved situation creates for the personal lives of the people in and from the village.
Where: Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street
When: March 27 at 2 pm
MADE WITH LOVE is the annual event that allows you to discover what your city’s craft cocktail scene has to offer. 18 of the city’s most talented Barchefs will present a unique and original cocktail & some food-pairing creations in view of being crowned Toronto’s BEST Barchef for 2017.
Where: Liberty Grand Building, 25 British Columbia Road
When: March 27 at 6 pm
Now in its seventh season, Books on Film brings together book and film lovers to examine great cinema that began as outstanding literature. Academy Award nominee Sarah Polley revisits her celebrated adaptation of Alice Munro’s short story “A Bear Came Over the Mountain,” starring Julie Christie and Gordon Pinsent.
Where: TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St West
When: March 27 at 7 pm
Get your week started with some laughs. This will be a fun night of Toronto favuorites showcasing for a spot at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal.
Where: Comedy Bar Mainstage, 945 Bloor St West
When: March 27 at 9 pm