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But one thing all these spaces lack is the culture and history that another new space preparing to screen the finals has, making it a very unique place to watch an upcoming game.
On Friday, June 7, Toronto’s historic Aga Khan Museum will be hosting a free outdoor screening of Game 4 of the finals, which will see the Golden State Warriors host the Toronto Raptors.
As a community-minded space, the museum says it’s “delighted” to bring Raptors fans together to enjoy this historic experience that’s been 24 years in the making.
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The game will be projected live, outside on the Museum’s front wall, giving fans a 7 x 5-metre screen to catch all of the action.
There will be tasty treats available for purchase for those who get hungry during the nail-biting game.
Visitors are being reminded that this will also be an alcohol-free event.
When: Friday, June 7
Time: Tip-off is at 9 pm
Where: Aga Khan Museum, 77 Wynford Drive, Toronto
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