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5 things to do in Toronto today: Wednesday, May 10

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DH Toronto Staff May 09, 2017 11:30 am 591

Another sunny day ahead! Be sure to get outside and check out what his happening in and around Toronto on this beautiful Hump Day.

Legend of Zelda: Defenders of the Triforce

Escape the real world and enter into the land of Hyrule. The Triforce has fallen into evil hands. And you must form a team and stop the darkness… in Toronto. Real Escape Game (REG) is a live, puzzle-oriented entertainment event that is bringing The Legend of Zelda’s escape room to the city for the next four days!

Where: Queen Elizabeth Building, Exhibition Grounds, 100 Princes Boulevard
When: May 10 to 14

FREE burgers at Burger’s Priest

Free burgers!  The Burger’s Priest is teaming up with food delivery service Foodora and “selectively [giving] away FREE burgers from 11 am to 1 pm to Torontonians who can guess the secret password for the pick-up window.”

Where: The Burger’s Priest, 461 Queen West
When: May 10 at 11 am to 1 pm

Food on Film

TIFF kicks off its sixth year of this food-centric film series this May. Pairing culinary cinema and guest speakers food, the 2017 season opens with a screening of American Graffiti followed by a chat with Toronto Executive Chef of Parts & Labour and host of the VICE series Dead Set on Life, Matty Matheson.

Where: TIFF Bell Lightbox
When: May 10 at 7 pm

Toronto Marlies Playoffs: Round 2 Home Game 2

Just because the Toronto Maple Leafs aren’t in the playoffs, doesn’t mean hockey is over in the city! Catch the Marlies in a playoff game tonight against Syracuse Crunch.

Where: Ricoh Coliseum, 45 Manitoba Drive
When: May 10 at 7 pm

Laura Marling

British singer/songwriter Laura Marling brings her folk sound to Toronto for a concert tonight at the Danforth Music Hall.

Where: Danforth Music Hall, 147 Danforth Avenue
When: May 10 at 7 pm

 


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