It’s a new week Toronto and there’s plenty of exciting events happening to keep you busy.
What: The city’s best bartenders will show off their Jello-shot making skills when Toronto’s annual Jiggle Ball returns this week. In support of Nellie’s Shelter, the competition will challenge 26 competitors to create the most unique and wobbliest jello-shots imaginable.
When: November 20, 8 pm
Where: Apt 200, 1034 Queen Street West, Toronto
What: American Thanksgiving is just around the corner and in Toronto that means Turducken. If you’re looking to enjoy this savoury dish, this annual tradition features a chicken stuffed inside duck, inside a roasted turkey with a bread stuffing centre served with fresh local veggies, garlic mashed potatoes, and gravy.
When: November 23, 2017, seatings at 4 pm, 6 pm, and 8:30 pm
Where: 839 College Street, Toronto
What: This year’s One of a Kind show is back and bigger than ever, featuring thoughtfully made items from 800 artisans including thousands of festive foodie treats, home décor, artsy offerings and everything else you’ll need to get your festive shopping done.
When: November 23 to December 3
Where: Encare Centre Exhibition Place
What: Whether you’re a whiskey enthusiast, a serious foodie, or you’re interested in learning about the latest styles in men’s fashion, you’ll find all this and more at the upcoming Toronto Gentlemen’s Expo.
When: November 24 & 25
Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building), 222 Bremner Blvd
What: The 51st annual Cavalcade of Lights returns this Thursday and will feature the first lighting of Toronto’s official 60-foot Christmas tree along with some spectacular fireworks. The holiday traditions brings thousands of people down to Nathan Phillips Square each year. Besides all the lights, the event will include live performances from some of Canada’s top performers and a skating party.
When: November 25, 7 pm
Where: Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen Street West
What: Come explore the brilliance behind Christian Dior’s dramatic designs that revived the Paris haute couture industry following the Second World War at the ROM’s latest exhibit Christian Dior which officially begins this Saturday.
When: November 25 to March 18
Where: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park