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

Jan 10 2017, 7:37 pm

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