5 things to do in Toronto today: Tuesday, June 7

Jun 7 2016, 6:28 am

From Prince to Pride, and BBQ to Booze, here are some events to spice up any dull Tuesday.

Human Rights Panel: Remembering The Bathhouse Raids with Margaret Atwood
What: As part of Pride Month, this is the first in the month-long series of Human Rights conversations, the event is moderated by author Margaret Atwood. The series is free and open to the public.
When: June 7 at 7 pm
Where: The 519, 519 Church Street

Twenty One Pilots
What: The energetic duo of Twenty One Pilots return to Toronto for a show that is bound to sell out.
When: June 7 at 7 pm
Where: Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, 909 Lake Shore Blvd W

Toronto BBQ Week
What: Presented by Samuel Adams, the Toronto BBQ Week involves 15 BBQ joints that offer one dish pained with a pint of the Boston Lager for $15.
When: Now until June 12
Where: Various restaurants

Prince’s Birthday Bash Double Bill
What: Celebrate the legend’s birthday with a screening of “Rain The Color Blue With A Little Red In It” at 7 pm, followed by “Purple Rain” at 9:15.
When: June 7 at 7 pm
Where: Royal Cinema, 608 College Street

Craft Ontario Maker Shaker
What: A night of contemporary craft and design cocktails, along with music and entertainment. The event brings together makers and supporters, while raising funds for Craft Ontario programming.
When: June 7 at 7 pm
Where: 1106 Queen Street West

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