Get ready for some rain, Toronto! One day away from the weekend, check out these events today and don’t forget your umbrellas.
Discover ground breaking research and fascinating advances in art, culture, and nature as our experts share their cutting edge work in this engaging series of daytime lectures.
Where: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park
When: May 25 at 11 am to 1:15 pm
Inside Out, Toronto’s very own LGBT film festival, is back for another action-packed season and will feature a hefty mix of world premieres, local features, industry programs and a festival lounge. It all starts today.
Where: Check the website as there are events happening throughout the city
When: May 25 to June 4
What does it mean to be a young adult faced with caring for an ailing parent? Much Too Young is a powerful and unflinching look at four families struggling to cope with an unexpected role reversal – and the complications that come with caring for a parent with early onset Alzheimer’s at a shockingly young age.
Where: 506 Bloor Street West
When: May 25 at 6 pm
Explore Toronto’s rich and malty brewing history on this tour with noted beer expert Jordan St. John, author of Lost Breweries of Toronto and The Ontario Craft Beer Guide. Learn about the heritage breweries of Old Town dating back to the early 1800s, some of which still exist today. Tour will end with a beer tasting presented by Mill Street Brewery.
Where: Moss Park (Queen Street East and Sherbourne Street)
When: May 25 at 6:30 pm
Spend the evening experiencing the art of dance. The Parahumans present Photons Pass Through Us with 14 Contemporary/Post-Contemporary Dance Works presented by Artistic Director Dave Wilson.
Where: Scotiabank Studio Theatre, 6 Noble Street (N of Queen St W/W of Dufferin St)
When: May 25 at 8 pm