There’s rain in the forecast, but hopefully it doesn’t pour! Here’s what’s happening in and around the city this fine Tuesday.
With 70 years of combined experience studying blue whales, world-renowned experts – and friends – Richard Sears and Christopher Clark will share captivating stories of their extraordinary life work, and the important role Canada can play in ocean conservation.
When: June 20 at 6:30 pm
Where: ROM, Signy and Cléophée Eaton Theatre, 100 Queen’s Park
Get your fitness on at Park Yoga throughout the summer. Tonight’s outdoor yoga event is at Leaside Park.
When: June 20 at 7 pm
Where: 790 Queen Street West
Call It What You Want, and Hold On, because your 90s dreams are about to come true. If you’ve been Hangin’ Tough, or waiting until the Water Runs Dry, it’s time to Relax Your Mind as New Kids on The Black, Boyz II Men, and Paula Abdul return to Toronto tonight!
When: June 20 at 7:30 pm
Where: ACC, 50 Bay St
The second annual Do Film: Trinity Bellwoods Movie Nights are back in Trinity Bellwoods Park. This year’s theme is a celebration of food and diversity in Canada, and tonight’s screening is Cooking with Stella.
When: June 20 at dusk
Where: Trinity Bellwoods Park Dog Bowl
2017 will mark the 33rd year of the AIDS Candlelight Vigil. The theme for this year’s Vigil is: In the Spirit of Wellness & Healing. Since inception, the AIDS Candlelight Vigil has served as the annual community event for people living with HIV/AIDS, friends, family, allies and the broader communities.
When: June 20 at 9 pm
Where: Barbara Hall Park, 519 Church Street