5 things to do in Toronto today: Wednesday, September 21
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We are truly embracing all this September sunshine.
Happy Hump Day! Enjoy the beautiful weather, and check out some of these events taking place today in Toronto.
Steam Whistle: Meet the Makers Tour
As part of Toronto Beer Week, Steam Whistle Brewing is hosting “Meet the Makers.” Celebrate the week by taking a lunch break at the popular Toronto brewery. Hosted by co-founder Grey Taylor, you’ll get a tour, souvenir, a sample of Steam Whistler Unfiltered, and a pint of Pilsner.
Where: Steam Whistle Brewing, 225 Bremner Blvd
When: September 21 at 12 – 2 pm
Beer, Baseball & Brewery Tours
Might as well continue with the beer theme… Check out Left Field for a day full of beer, food, baseball and free tours! Also part of Toronto Beer Week, this event requires no reservations and will be showing the Blue Jays vs Seattle Mariners game with full audio.
Where: Left Field Brewery, 36 Wagstaff Drive
When: September 21 at 11 am – 2 pm
Explore francophone music in different styles for the next week in Toronto! From folk and soul to reggae and pop, events are taking place around the city starting tonight through to Sunday.
Where: Various venues
When: September 21 to 25
East London singer-songwriter Blood Orange creates music with multiple layers and melodies. His latest record Freetown Sound is a 17-track masterpiece. This is one show you shouldn’t miss this week!
Where: The Danforth Music Hall, 147 Danforth Avenue
When: September 21 at 7 pm
Whatever you decide to wear to tonight’s fundraiser, make sure you know there is mandatory pants check at the door. So pick the undies wisely and support Prostate Cancer Canada’s fundraising efforts at tonight’s Pants off for prostate cancer.
Where: Lodge on Queen, 251 Queen Street West
When: September 21 at 8 pm