5 things to do in Toronto today: Wednesday, January 11

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DH Toronto Staff Jan 10, 2017 6:30 pm 134

From snow to sun, we truly love Toronto winters.

And we love Toronto’s hump day events even more! Check out what is happening in the city this fine Wednesday.

Albums & Ales curated by Dead Dog Records

It’s back! Dead Dog Records will be curating a line up of new releases, best sellers, and their top picks will be played for you while being served beer specials all night!

Where: Henderson Brewing, 128A Sterling Road
When: January 11 at 6 to 9 pm

Cuba: Cuisine, Cocktails & Culture

If you can’t get the sunshine outside, how about inside? Check out a taste of the Caribbean at the Junction with a one-night-only menu of Cuban dishes, cocktails, and even Cuban dance! 

Where: The Passenger, 2968 Dundas Street West
When: January 11 at 7 pm

HerStories: Step Into Your Power

HerStories is a speaker series and story-sharing platform that showcases personal stories to foster empowerment, connection and community.

Where: Artspace Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street
When: January 11 at 7 pm

Jagged Little Pill Tribute night

Celebrate the iconic Alanis Morrisette album Jagged Little Pill tonight, with Warner Music Recording Artist Michelle Treacy.

Where: The Rivoli, 332 Queen Street West
When: January 11 at 8 pm

Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Magnificent Mozart

It’s Mozart in all his multi-faceted glory! This unforgettable program demonstrates his genius for composing everything from a spirited miniature for violin to a grand piano concerto performed by 14-year-old Canadian Leonid Nediak, and the most emotionally profound of all his symphonies.

Where: Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor Street West
When: January 11 at 8 pm


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