5 things to do in Toronto today: Monday, October 16

Oct 14 2017, 1:27 am

Welcome to a sunny October week, Toronto!

Start it off on a good note, under all this sunshine. Here’s what you can be doing in the city today!

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Sorauren Farmers’ Market

Every week, since 2008, the Sorauren Farmers’ Market has brought together residents of the Sorauren, Roncesvalles, High Park, and Parkdale neighbourhoods, offering the best that our local Ontario farmers and producers have to offer.

Where: Sorauren Park Fieldhouse, 50 Wabash Ave.
When: October 16 at 3 to 7 pm

Toronto Reference Library Record Swap

Vinyl is back, and Toronto is a great city for record collectors! Check out the 5th floor of the Toronto Reference Library today to trade a record or two with other fans, or just chat about the latest happenings in the vinyl revival.

Where: Toronto Reference Library
When: October 16 at 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm


Perhaps the most famous sequence in film history, the shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho has been an object of terror, parody, fascination, and obsession for over half a century. In 78/52, Hitchcock historians, horror aficionados, filmmakers, critics, and actors — from Peter Bogdanovich and Guillermo del Toro to Elijah Wood and Bret Easton Ellis — gleefully pick apart this legendary movie moment, exploring its enduring power and influence and what it reveals about the cinematic genius who created it.

Where: TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King West
When: October 16 at 6:45 pm

Indigenous Laws + the Arts Pop Up Show and Performance

Testify : Indigenous Laws + the Arts is a celebration of Indigenous Laws as expressed through art. The dialogue invited by the “Testify” project puts the idea of reconciliation into practice by creating a space for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians to dream a way forward which respects and reflects the diversity, strength and hope embodied within Indigenous traditions.

Where: The Law Society of Upper Canada, 130 Queen Street West
When: October 16 at 7 to 9:30 pm


The pop singer returns to the road for the first time since 2013, to celebrate her most recent album, Rainbow. Her fans can enjoy an evening of pop ballads and a whole lot of glitter.

Where: Rebel, 11 Polson Street
When: October 16 at 7 pm

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